Personal Approaches to Transformation and Healing
Organizational Approaches to Transformation and Healing, Master of Arts in Personal and Organizational Wellness
The Master of Arts in Personal and Organizational Wellness provides adult learners with an opportunity for personal, intellectual, and professional growth and development through a program of study based in a holistic perspective of the human experience. The concepts and applications of good intention, open mind and compassionate heart provide the foundations for course work. Personal and/or organizational applications of transpersonal and global awareness will be explored and developed in a rigorous academic context. Learners are provided with intensive, community-based experiential learning opportunities and a contemplative approach for examining the paradigms of personal and organizational transformation and healing. This program is appropriate for growth-oriented individuals, professionals from business, government, and social services, allied health, education, science, and those in leadership roles.
The MA in Personal and Organizational Wellness has two concentrations:
- Organizational Approaches to Transformation and Health (OATH)
- Personal Approaches to Transformation and Healing (PATH)
Plymouth State University is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC).
International Student Requirements:
International students must have proof of English level proficiency through either the TOEFL, IELTS, or ELS Level 112 scores.
In addition, you must provide an I-134 Affidavit of Financial Support Form. Documents, including bank statements and other financial documents dated within the past 30 days, that confirm you have the financial resources to study for a year at Plymouth State must be submitted to the College of Graduate Studies.
You must also include a copy of your valid passport with your application materials.
Finally, you must also submit official, notarized transcripts, verifying that you've completed at least a baccalaureate degree, which must be translated into English and evaluated for institutional equivalency.