SDN Members don't see this ad. (About Ads) Im with the Neither vote, sorry to say. As a "lane-change" (ie i did not major undergrad in psychology, and worked for several years before deciding to come back to school) I too looked at PsyD programs as I was finishing my Masters, including an Argosy (a relatively well-regarded one). I ended up deciding against applying, instead focusing on gaining some more research experience and applying to funded, APA accredited PhD programs in Counseling and Clinical psych. I ended up at a Counseling program and am VERY HAPPY I did not commit myself to life-time indentured servitude. Additionally, while I thought I would not be primarily interested in research, I LOVE having the opportunity to work on a variety of interesting projects. I've heard it time and again from my colleagues; while you think you know what you want to do in the field now, it will likely change. I personally feel that not having the sword of damocles (massive debt) constricting my decisions will make exploring my options and areas of interest much easier. While there are definitely some highly polarized opinions on this board, I would really, really think about the long term picture. Best of luck.