Hi all, I am looking to pursue a Masters in Health Psychology. Because the brick and mortar schools with this program are very far away (and very $$$ for me), I have considered getting my Masters online. I did have a question though. The only schools I found that offer this program are Walden, Northcentral, and University of the Rockies. From what I've gathered, Walden seems to be reputable. However, I would probably need to pursue my PhD at a brick & mortar school due to licensing policies in my state (unless if I move to another state). If I attended Walden (or any other distance learning school), would that affect my chances of being accepted into a PhD program? Also, does anyone know of any other schools that offer a Health Psychology program? Thanks all!