M.A in Psychology, Ph.D in Psychology
With a degree from Saybrook, you may decide to continue with teaching or research, or choose to work in just about any human-centered environment, from prisons or substance abuse clinics, to arts management or non-profit fundraising. Current Saybrook psychology graduates hold leadership roles in such arenas as:
• Conflict resolution and mediation
• College teaching
• International relief organizations
• Community service
• Law and justice
• Think tanks
• Forensic psychology
• Religious and spiritual groups
For more than 40 years, Saybrook University has offered graduate degrees based on a strong tradition of scholarship in humanistic, transpersonal, and existential psychology. As a student in this department, you’ll complete a core curriculum in psychology that combines psychology coursework and research experience with broad interdisciplinary exposure.
You may choose to earn a specialized graduate degree in Creativity Studies or Jungian Studies, or you may elect a focused concentration in one of five areas: Consciousness and Spirituality, Humanistic & Transpersonal Psychology, Integrative Health Studies, Organizational Systems, or Social Transformation.
Senior Commission of Western Association of Schools & Colleges (WASC)
For MA, bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution. For PhD, bachelor’s and master’s from a regionally accredited institution. Recommended GPA of 3.0.
Tuition & Financial Aid
Tuition In-State Full Time:
Financial Aid Offered: Yes
Classification: Other Specialized Institutions
Institution Sector: Private not-for-profit
Locale: Large City
Size & Settings: Under 1,000