The online MA in Transpersonal Psychology / Ecopsychology integrates psychology and ecological issues in the study of human-nature relationships to provide students with the knowledge and skills to promote sustainable and mutually enhancing relationships between humans and the nonhuman world. Graduates may pursue careers in areas including environmental education and advocacy, education, group facilitation and training, wilderness guiding, workshop and retreat leadership, social services, health care and healing, organizational development, coaching, and community development.
Official academic transcripts. Statement of interest. Resume/CV. Two letters of recommendation. Interview.
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