There are several online PsyDs (they all require dissertations), but none of them are APA accredited. Fielding Graduate University has the only online doctoral degree in psychology that's APA accredited. It's a PhD program. They were on probation not too long ago, but I think they're off now. The overwhelming majority of states do not require APA accreditation. As far as CACREP....I'm trying to remember, but I don't think many states require CACREP accreditation. I know my state doesn't. My state will accept degrees in psychology, social work, and marriage and family therapy in addition to counseling for professional counseling licensure. CACREP doesn't even accredit psychology, social work, or marriage and family therapy programs. I know the federal government requires CACREP for counseling positions in the VA.
Originally Posted by sklineho
From my research, I have only found two PsyD programs without a dissertation and neither are online.
TESC - AAS in Environmental, Safety, & Security Technologies
TESC - BA in Social Science
Angelo State University - Graduate Certificate in Terrorism and Counterinsurgency Studies
Angelo State University - Master of Security Studies concentration Regional Security (finished in 14 months and under $11k)
Texas State University - PhD in CJ (in progress)
With the exception of InstantCert, all of my study sources were free: Learner.org and Allpsych.com. Learnerstv.com, Education-Portal.com and KhanAcademy.org are also good sources.
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