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Online Psych degree -ASU?

Hamst3rHamst3r 4 replies4 threads New Member
Anyone have any experience getting a B.A. with online colleges you could recommend? Really looking hard. :)
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  • thomas4881thomas4881 159 replies18 threads Junior Member
    I think the cheapest ones are in Florida. I wouldn't pay $400 a unit for ASU.
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  • PsychMajorNYPsychMajorNY 1 replies0 threads New Member
    My college, SUNY empire state offers a completely online Psych degree for a great cost to out of state students. They have a ESC grant that puts the tuition down to about 4,500 a semester. As long as you are an out of state online only. I'm currently majoring in Psych. They offer B.A and B.S.

    It's worth a look. :)
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  • SophleySophley 467 replies2 threads Member
    ASU or Penn State. Check rankings from US News and World Reports and look to see which programs are the most established.
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  • Mwfan1921Mwfan1921 5537 replies93 threads Senior Member
    edited February 2019
    Second the recommendations above, adding Western Governors, Liberty, Southern New Hampshire and UF---you will need to research the quality and depth of psych offerings at each and get graduate outcomes data from the career center.

    Also, make sure any school you take classes at is accredited, and stay away from for-profit schools. Good luck.
    edited February 2019
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