Master's Degree in Transpersonal Psychology
Kona University's Master's in Transpersonal Psychology degree program is offered to students whose focus is on learning as well as practice. This program is especially geared towards professionals in the healing arts or those who want to know more. Transpersonal Psychology integrates both psychology and spirituality, an interdisciplinary approach. In addition, the field draws from philosophy, art, anthropology, history, and healing.
Transpersonal Psychology is a branch of psychology that is concerned with the study of those states and processes in which people experience a deeper or wider sense of who they are, or a sense of greater connectedness with others, nature, or the "spiritual" dimension. It is about the seen and the unseen, the conscious and the unconscious beliefs that guide people's everyday beliefs, motivations, and behaviors. Transpersonal Psychology is the study of the "whole" human being, mind, body, and spirit, combining insight from both Eastern and Western thinking.
**The Master's Degree in Transpersonal Psychology does not provide licensure toward becoming a licensed counselor.**
Kona University achieved national accreditation with the Distance Education and Training Council (DETC) after a thorough review process.
Applicants must have a minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline from a U.S. college/university accredited by an agency recognized by the U.S. DOE and/or the CHEA, or an equivalent degree from a similarly accredited college or university outside of the U.S.