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I am pretty new to this forum, I am not even sure if I am posting the question in right place :(

I would like to know what are the universities offering study of psychology for PG in distance mode and part time basis.

I am from a computer science background, I had developed a liking to learn pyschology, would I be able to learn psychology for my PG? What are the areas where I can apply this study? Which specialization would you suggest for me?

Thanks for your time.


psychohito -  Member Since: Aug 2008
hi neo

i dont know much about distance education, i am sending you some links hope that will help.

Distance Education Institutes

Osmania University PGRR Centre for Distance Education Master of Arts (MA) - Psychology -

Distance Learning MA


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