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Affiliate Faculty

The Chicago School of Professional Psychology Orange, CA

Our Irvine campus is currently seeking an Affiliate Faculty to join the Clinical Forensic Psychology department. A… The Chicago School of Professional Psychology


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Affiliate Faculty

The Chicago School of Professional Psychology Los Angeles, CA

Our Downtown Los Angeles campus is seeking an Affiliate Faculty to join the Clinical Forensic Psychology… The Chicago School of Professional Psychology


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Dissertation Affiliate Faculty

The Chicago School of Professional Psychology United States

A Dissertation Affiliate Faculty Member is appointed by and directly responsible to the Department Chair. Duties… The Chicago School of Professional Psychology


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    A For-Profit Masquerading as a Non-Profit

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    I worked at Chicago School of Professional Psychology full-time (more than a year)

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    TCSPP is a regionally accredited institution - for now.

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    I did not detect a serious interest in the well-being or development of students. Instead, there was a serious interest in "retaining" students. Administrators run TCS like a corporation. Faculty members have little or no influence on how teaching actually happens. Faculty are broken into numerous categories to divide the faculty. Faculty are not invited to join a faculty senate or any similar body. Department faculty meetings focus on "numbers", rather than on real issues. Many faculty members, and the president, are former graduates. About 50% of the people who work at TCS are graduates of TCS. That means that a lot of them are used to the non-academic atmosphere and are completely unmotivated to move the institution in a positive direction. They think that things are fine.

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    Run TCS like a college and not like the University of Phoenix megacorporation.

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