Master's in Psychology
Freedom is being able to accept people for who they are without trying to understand all they are.
– Maya Angelou
The Master's in Psychology curriculum offers two years of coursework in Imaginal Psychology drawing on spiritual traditions, somatic practices, creative arts, mythology, indigenous wisdom, literary and poetic imagination, deep ecology, mystical philosophy, cultural history, and social critique. This program provides students with the opportunity to activate core capacities and develop skills which are relevant for pursuing alternative paths in psychology.
The Master's in Psychology program takes a distinct approach to Transformative Learning, emphasizing the transformation of identity, as well as that of personal and professional life. The program nurtures embodiment, meaning-making, and community-making as critical dimensions for creative participation in contemporary, postmodern society.
- Students are required to complete 70 units of coursework.
- After completing all coursework, students must pass written and oral comprehensive examinations.
- Note: This degree is not eligible for clinical licensure.
Please consult the Academic Catalog (click to download in PDF format) for the curriculum overview and course descriptions relevant to the M.A. in Psychology.