The Graduate School of Professional Psychology (GSPP) at the University of Denver has offered the Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) degree since 1976, and has been fully accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA) since 1979.
GSPP introduced the Master of Arts in Forensic Psychology in 1999, the Master of Arts in International Disaster Psychology in 2005, the Master of Arts in Sport and Performance Psychology in 2007, and the Master of Arts in Sport Coaching (online) in 2015.
We also offer a specialty in Latino Psychology, and we are currently developing the Sturm Specialty in Military Psychology; specialty tracks are open to students enrolled in any of our graduate programs, whether MA or PsyD.
Training Centers and Clinics
Under the supervision of licensed professionals, GSPP students offer a broad range of confidential counseling and consulting services through the following on-site training centers:
- Professional Psychology Clinic (PPC)
- Center for Performance Excellence (CPEX)
- Denver FIRST
- New Start Clinic
- Trauma & Disaster Recovery Clinic (TDRC)
The DU campus is located just minutes from downtown Denver, an ideal location for training opportunities with many local agencies and organizations including hospitals, mental health centers, schools, universities, youth centers, and private health care facilities.