Masters degree with no thesis

Admissions Testimonials

  • ​I was a seasoned professional working nearly 30 years as a school psychologist when I commenced the Doctor of Psychology Program specializing in Forensic Psychology at EIPS. I needed a special program that allowed me the flexibility of time to work nights and weekends, while challenging me academically. EIPS provided both flexibility and stimulating course work. Educational instruction was provided by faculty with impressive academic credentials and solid teaching skills. The instructors provided timely feedback and insightful comments. My experience at EIPS expanded my psychological training and helped me to develop new skills in the area of forensic psychology. I received the Psy. D. degree in July 2009. I retired from full time employment in January 2010. Since earning my degree I remain a productive professional. I have consulted with several organizations since retiring and currently maintain a successful home business. I am grateful for the educational opportunities provided by the EIPS program. I proudly serve on the Advisory Committee at EIPS.

    The cost of getting a master’s degree varies greatly from country to country. In some countries, such as Norway and Finland, university education is generally free – including masters degrees. Most masters programs in the US cost around $20,000 to $30,000, but programs at more prestigious schools can easily be double that cost. If you are already working full-time, your employer may be willing to help defray the cost of a degree if it is work-related. Also, in addition to personal savings, don’t forget about loans, grants, and scholarships. Some grants and scholarships are specifically earmarked for graduate studies.

    Masters degree with no thesis

    masters degree with no thesis


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