I have some knowledge of statistics thanks to my Bsc in Psychology - I did 2 psych modules (both were basically cognitive psychology experiments, I had to collect and analyse the data using SPSS and write a report). I enjoyed it so much that I even considered switching my majors to Maths/Stats but I was too close to reaching the end of my bachelors so I decided not to.

I'd like to learn more stats now and maybe even go for Msc in Statistics, however, I only took one full undergraduate mathematics module so I didn't have enough maths/stats content in my undergraduate degree to be able to apply for statistics Msc. Most universities say that personal circumstances will be considered if the entry requirements are not fulfilled so I was thinking of topping up my Psychology degree with MOOC in Statistics and seeing what happens.

I've got two questions: Do you think this would work or would I need to have some conversion diploma in Statistics (I'm in the UK)?

Also, can anyone suggest a MOOC pathway to follow? I took Statistics One on Coursera some years ago (which introduced me to R), but this time I'd prefer a MOOC pathway that is more detailed and not just an introduction to statistics/elementary statistics (although I'd definitely start with that anyway). There are many MOOCs out there, Udacity, Alison, Coursera, just to name a few, can anyone recommend a specific one?

Thank you.