Originally called the Michigan School of Professional Psychology, the Michigan School of Psychology has dropped the word “professional” from its official title—but not from its daily vision.
With around 200 graduates each year, the MSP is a private graduate-level school in Farmington Hills, Michigan, that focuses on clinical psychology.
Students at the Michigan School of Psychology can choose to study one of three programs and receive either a Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology, a Doctor of Clinical Psychology degree, or a Certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis.
These three programs can be achieved in different amounts of time, with the fastest program (MA) taking just one year to complete, and the longest (Psy.D.) taking minimum four years to complete.
MSP states that their primary mission is to “Educate psychologists today who will transform our world tomorrow”. Because of their specific focus on psychological studies, MSP allows students to specialize in their chosen degree and excel.
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