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What is the difference between M.A Psychology and M.Sc psychology...?

Asked by sreya sree, 01 Jul '08 10:16 am
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Most students pursuing the M.A. expect to go into practice. A significant number do, however, go on to doctoral studies. Students pursuing an M.S. typically intend to pursue doctoral studies. Many also want to work in program evaluation or other research. The M.A. program does not require a thesis, whereas the M.S. program culminates with a research thesis. There are slight differences in the course requirements for the M.S. If you are interested in the option, ask the office for more specific information and discuss your ideas with an adviser.
Answered by Zeus, 01 Jul '08 10:22 am

 
  
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Hmmmmmmmm very typical qn sreya.... i think MA.psych means about social related............. and msc means anything related with scientific fact
Answered by appu, 01 Jul '08 10:20 am

 
  
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MA psychology is more theoretical and offers the job of a teacher without phd whereas MSc psychology is more practical and offers job at a higher level than just teaching without phd .to get a better job in this feild its always better to do psychology
Answered by mehek bhargava, 07 Jul '08 10:02 am

 
  
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