Q&A: Behavioral Economics 101
The first in a three-part series on Behavioral Economics. We talked with the Associate Department Chair for Business Psychology and Program Chair for Behavioral Economics, Elizabeth Schwab, Psy.D., to learn more.
Join the forensic psychology field with an online degree
The fields of psychology and law intersect in a number of ways. So, if you’re interested in combining both into a career, forensic psychology may be your best option. Read on to discover more about this unique field, including the average job growth, career paths, and how you can pursue a degree in forensic psychology online.
When the American dream becomes a public health nightmare
The plight of Asian-Indian women immigrants demonstrates immigration policy’s effect on public health.
A public health crisis in Puerto Rico, post-Hurricane Maria
Breeda McGrath, TCSPP’s online dean of academic affairs, was attending meetings in Chicago when Hurricane Maria hit. When she came home, the devastation was shocking.
Why you should pursue your MHSA degree online
Thinking about getting your Master of Health Services Administration (MHSA)? Good thinking. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the employment of medical and health services managers is projected to grow 20 percent between 2016 and 2026.
Dr. Margie Martyn named Chicago dean
Margie Martyn, Ph.D., brings more than 20 years of strategic leadership experience in higher education to The Chicago School’s largest campus.
How to become a licensed educational psychologist in California
Educational psychology is a broad, rich field that allows you to transform your passion into a career. Educational psychologists and school psychologists work in schools, colleges, and nurseries; their work makes a big difference in individual children’s lives.
Learning about education with a South African lens
Saybrook University alumna Carolyn Burns, TCSPP faculty member Dr. Kelly Torres, TCSPP instructional designer and adjunct professor Dr. Lord Giddie, and international liaison officer Kari Prince decided to come together to do something unique for the Educational Psychology and Technology Ed.D. program.
Video recap: Experiencing humanity
The Chicago School students visit Berlin to explore the experience of refugees for the “Immigration in Context” study-abroad course.
Why it’s the right time to pursue an online counseling degree
More than a quarter of students in higher education are taking at least one online course.
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