I am wondering if you could give me a list of accredited universities and colleges that offer
parapsychology, or related courses? I would greatly appreciate any information you could give me.
With regard to the many questions which we receive concerning the study of parapsychology and on becoming a professional demonologist. With respect to academic programs in Parapsychology, this area is actually a sub-field of Psychology, and to study it thoroughly, an understanding of its location in the bigger picture of Psychology is necessary. So, we believe that your college choice decision must be driven by your preferences for institutional size, geographical location, price, faculty research interests, and institutional prestige. Since Parapsychology is often viewed with much skepticism in academic circles, the more legitimate the institution and academic program, the better off you will be.
Please also remember that the Warrens are among very few professional Demonologists, and in fact practice their profession free of charge to the public–it is through their books and speaking engagements that they earn their living, not by charging for investigations. On a personal note, I find that as a volunteer with the New England Society for Psychic Research organization, part of the beauty of staying a volunteer (rather than trying to earn a living as a paranormal investigator) I am better able to select and control my areas of work and interest within the field. If I depended upon my work with the Warrens to provide a living for myself, then I would be much less free to pursue areas of special interest to me. You may want to keep this in mind as you think about becoming a paranormal investigator as a career choice.