Rosemead Graduate School of Psychology Catalog: 1973-1974


The Rosemead Graduate School of Psychology offers a broad range of courses and experiences relevant to the understanding and modifica­ tion of human behavior. Faculty members represent a number of special­ ties within the fields of psychology, education, and theology. All gradu­ ate programs are designed to meet the individual needs of students preparing for careers in professional psychology. History The Rosemead Graduate School of Psychology has developed from the outreach of the Narramore Christian Foundation. This Foundation, incorporated in 1958, is an evangelical Christian organization devoted to the furtherance and application of the fields of psychology and edu­ cation. In 1968 the Narramore Christian Foundation received permis­ sion to grant the M.A. and Ph.D. through the Rosemead Graduate School of Psychology. In 1970 the Rosemead Graduate School of Psy­ chology was incorporated separately and began its academic program with the first class of students. Rosemead, California The city of Rosemead is a part of the greater Los Angeles metro­ politan area. It is strategically situated near key freeways which make major attractions of Southern California easily accessible. Located in a major population center, abundant opportunities exist for intellectual, cultural, and recreational activities. Among the many places of special interest within easy driving dis ­ tance are Disneyland, Knott's Berry Farm, Huntington Library, Holly­ wood Bowl, Dodger Stadium, Anaheim Stadium, Mount Wilson Observa­ tory, and the Los Angeles Music Center. The Rosemead Graduate School of Psychology does not provide on­ campus housing facilities. There are numerous apartments and houses for rent within convenient distance of the school. Accreditation On June 21, 1971 the Accrediting Commission for the Senior Col­ leges and Universities of the Western Association of Schools and Col­ leges acted to recognize the Rosemead Graduate School of Psychology as a Correspondent of the Commission. The Commission explains Cor­ respondent status by the following statement. "The classification given to a collegiate institution, not necessarily yet in operation, which has indicated its intent to work toward accredi-


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