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Is there a "ground" university that offers a Masters in Psychology via online courses?
I am semi-skeptical about the predominately online universities.

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Asked by ACgrad2009 Thursday Jan 15th 2009 in Online Degrees
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Hi ,
Your solution is there please visit this link and get more info about the colleges , admissions, fees and more.
www.way2college.com/MBANew-Delhi.htm
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There are a large number of online psychology degree programs that are based out of "brick and mortar schools,"and honestly the majority of online degree programs that are offered today are based out of institution that have a long history of providing students with quality educations.

Follow this link - Online Psychology Degrees - to find a number of online psychology degree that are provided by institutions that have a history of offering students quality educations online.

My suggestion is that you contact the schools that have a program you are interested in, and ask them what there accreditations are and how long they have had a "brick and mortar institution." Most schools will be more than happy to offer you this information, and will provide you with any information you request.

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