The master’s degree in Ecopsychology from Naropa University combines studies of psychology and ecological issues to better understand human-nature relationships. Students will be able to deepen their relationship with nature and develop a more sustainable life and career that align to their values.
Contemplative practice and transpersonal psychology serve as the foundations for this program. This master’s in Psychology online allows you to gain practical skills to work with others and increase your understanding of nature to promote healthy ecological change.
Classes include studies such as:
- Transitions and rites of passage
- Ecology concepts and applications
- Psychology of wilderness experience
- Ecopsychology in context
- Official academic transcripts
- Statement of interest
- Two letters of recommendation
During the low-residency MA Ecopsychology program, students are required to come to Naropa's campus for: A two-week intensive in the summer of their first year in the program and a summer intensive in second year of the program.
School Accreditation Statement
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission