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My daughter is taking a psychology intro class online right now (through My Fun Science) and is really enjoying it. Is there anywhere you know of (online) that has a next level class? She would like to continue studying psychology but I’m not sure where to find something. Any thoughts? 
thanks! 

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My daughter is currently taking a dual enrollment class called Into to Psychology through Taylor University (online).  She has really enjoyed it and learned a lot.  It is completely asynchronous, and self-paced (you do the work online and in communication with the professor over email).  You have 4 months to finish from the day you start the course (which is the day after you pay).  I would highly recommend it for a student who would like that format.  The course is built on an interactive textbook with embedded videos and activities.   It is $200/credit hour, so $600 for the 3 credit hour class.  There is no application or test score required -- the only criteria is that you must be 16 years old.  (Taylor is a Christian university, btw, so there is a Christian element to the class, even though the main textbook is secular).

https://www.taylor.edu/online/courses/social-sciences

 

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On 8/12/2020 at 8:41 PM, monalisa said:

My daughter is currently taking a dual enrollment class called Into to Psychology through Taylor University (online).  She has really enjoyed it and learned a lot.  It is completely asynchronous, and self-paced (you do the work online and in communication with the professor over email).  You have 4 months to finish from the day you start the course (which is the day after you pay).  I would highly recommend it for a student who would like that format.  The course is built on an interactive textbook with embedded videos and activities.   It is $200/credit hour, so $600 for the 3 credit hour class.  There is no application or test score required -- the only criteria is that you must be 16 years old.  (Taylor is a Christian university, btw, so there is a Christian element to the class, even though the main textbook is secular).

https://www.taylor.edu/online/courses/social-sciences

 

Ooh thanks! I’ll look into this! 

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On 8/15/2020 at 1:33 PM, MamaSprout said:

MIT Open Courseware has a free self-study course:https://ocw.mit.edu/courses/ocw-scholar/

 

My daughter has already passed this course and she likes it. Also, she reads articles on https://trustsession.com/ and will be taking this course https://www.open.edu/openlearn/health-sports-psychology/making-sense-ourselves/

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