Michigan School of Professional Psychology

Farmington Hills, MI, USA

Established in 1980, the Michigan School of Professional Psychology is a private, graduate education institution located on a wooded, 4-acre campus in Farmington Hills. MSP offers a Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology degree, a Doctor of Clinical Psychology degree, and a Certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis. Students and faculty at MSP take part in research pertaining to human development and behavior, working in teams to conduct and publish qualitative, quantitative, and mixed method clinical studies. Academics at MSP feature low student to faculty ratios, an appreciation for diverse perspectives and open dialogue, and discovery-based experiential learning.

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Private
  • Not for Profit
  • Coed
Level of Institution 4 Year
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Highest Degree Offered
Doctorate
Total Number of Students
140
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Non Traditional Learning
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City: Small
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