I have a great deal of trepidation in asking this question as most on here don’t seem very fond of the school in question, but here it goes: I have been accepted and am currently enrolled in the Psy.D program at The Arizona School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University. Is this terrible? First off, let me explain a bit about myself. My undergraduate is a 3.65 in Biblical Studies from a private Christian University in Arizona. I have about 35-40 graduate credits from a Master of Arts in Professional Counseling from Phoenix Seminary in Arizona and was a 3.02 GPA student there (yes that .02 matter to me!). So, I don’t have a TON of what a lot of programs are looking for in their student’s backgrounds. That being said, I do think I am fairly intelligent. I mean, I received a B+ in a theology course taught by Wayne Grudem, if you know who that is you might know what that entails. I don’t disclose this to be boastful, but to illustrate that in my previous field I am well educated. That all being said, the reason I looked at Argosy was because it (and Midwestern) were the only APA accredited PsyD programs in Arizona (I can’t afford to move, I am married and have a young son, and my wife’s job is too good). To me, I think a PsyD degree from Argosy is going to carry more weight in the health field than a LPC from Phoenix Seminary (I am not downplaying Phoenix Seminary by any means, it is a fine institution, I am just not sure many know that it even exists outside of the Theological community). I am looking to pursue a more clinical/counseling career, and like the idea of working for the VA, possibly joining the Air Force, private practice, or possibly teaching at a small Christian university later in life. For someone like me, with my background, is a PsyD from the Arizona site a bad idea? Also, I know many have mentioned it really depends a lot on the specific site itself. Here are some of the faculty: http://clinical.argosy.edu/locations/phoenix/faculty Louise Baca – Ph.D. from ASU Ana Bustamante – Ph.D. from UofArizona Bhupin Butaney –Ph.D. from St. John’s University and Ed.M from Harvard Thanks all! Kind Regards, EDIT: This campus' PsyD program is APA accredited, but their match rate to an APA accredited internship has ranged from 56-35% over the years, the most recent being 35%. EDIT 2: The program Dean has this in his bio: "Dr. Wechsler is a member of the Arizona State Board of Psychologist Examiners serving his second term of 5 years. He also served on the Board of Directors at the Arizona Psychology Training Consortium."