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Complete Guide to an Online Psychology Degree

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Guide to Online Schools features 175 psychology programs at every degree level, available through 26 schools. Online student reviewers gave an average recommendation rate of 0 percent among these schools, with individual school recommendations ranging from 0 to 0 percent. Yearly tuition for these colleges ranges from $6,070 to $44,463, with the average program costing $16,326 a year.

Certificate Associate Bachelor's Master's Doctorate
Annual Tuition Certificate $16,215 Associate $14,507 Bachelor's $14,920 Master's $14,983 Doctorate $13,458
Annual Earnings (mid-career) -- -- Bachelor's $51,582 Master's $61,911 Doctorate $92,063

Associate programs in psychology can be good preparation for a bachelor's degree, or they can lead to careers in human services and administration. Graduates of the bachelor's program in psychology go on to careers in marketing, sales, education, human services, and business. At the undergraduate level, students study topics like human behavior, cognition, childhood development, and abnormal psychology. The master's degree in psychology is the minimum requirement for licensure as a therapist or counselor in most states, while the doctorate degree can lead to licensure as a psychologist. Graduate programs require an internship, where students work under experienced therapists to treat patients. Other doctorate graduates become psychology researchers.

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171 Degrees from 26 Schools

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