First of all let me state some facts. I am of military veteran status, and in the near future will be completing my degree from Indiana University in a B.A. in Psychology. I have used up ( or will have used) my Post 9/11 GI bill, but still have access to a full on Vocational Rehab. funding for later college. Which I plan on using for graduate schooling. My question is this, what school programs would be best for acquiring a masters and/or Ph.D in Psychology, and also what schools? As it stands now I've heard and researched that Walden University and North Central University both have quite compelling programs. Although I'm leaning more towards Walden, as they have a masters/Ph.D combined program. My intentions: I'm hoping to either teach at a post-secondary level, teach at a secondary level, help other veterans with an assortment of psychological issues through the V.A. (although they require APA certification), organizational psychologist for businesses, and/or social work/counseling. I would really prefer to stay in the VA bracket not only for the altruistic feeling of helping those in dire need, but also for job security purposes. Based on my intentions would it be best to shell out more $ and consider a brick-and-mortar school and spend more time, or continue my research in other online schools/programs?