Hi again! I have posted here quite a few times about these different programs but it's been long enough...I need to pull the trigger and enroll in one already. Here's what I have so far and where I stand...any feedback on these programs or any programs I may be missing would be greatly appreciated. Basically I am licensed as a social worker. I want a doctorate for the sake of A. marketability, B. the ability to teach (I know you can teach with a Master's in quite a few community colleges but I have a couple of schools that I'm interested in that require a doctorate; I'm not talking tenure track). C. marketability in regards to the book I am writing. I was sold on ULM'S online PhD in MFT and started applying....until they told me I needed the GRE's! When I first started looking into the program about a year ago they said they weren't necessary..now they say I need them. Next on the list is either calsouthern; of which I'm skeptical because I can't get licensed in my state with their degree and I feel like it's deceitful to say I have a psyd in clinical psych but not be a psychologist; just my feeling. Next is Touro University Worldwide's psyd in Human and industrial psych. I feel better about this because it's not a psyd in clinical psych, It's in its own unique field where licensure is irrelivent. I'm holding out on this because it's very statiscis/research based which is my weak-point (one of the reasons I pursued an MSW and not a PsyD. Next is grand canyons phd in general psych w. an emphasis in performance psych. My only knock on this program is its rep. Although I know it has a campus, DI team etc. it still has the "online school" feel to it and being that the purpose of my degree is very much marketability I feel like a GCU degree wouldn't have the same feel as ULM or Touro degree. That's where I'm at; any advice whatsover would be greatly appreciated. Thanks for sticking through all of that!