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Applied/BA/BSc Psychology... What's the difference?

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BA is arts which you should avoid in a psychology degree as it won't be scientific nor accredited (unless oxbridge as they use BA for every degree as a historical thing)

Applied is as it describes. You learn more about application than theory or research.

BSc is the standard degree title for psychology.
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