At a Glance
In this course of study, the student will not just learn how to resolve conflict, they will learn how to transform it. Students will also learn how to develop skills in personal leadership, peacebuilding, methods to effective listening and dialog, as well as the spiritual ethics involved in both leadership and conflict transformation.
This specialization is designed for students who seek to develop skills in personal leadership and conflict transformation. By coming to a greater awareness of their own feelings, thoughts, and actions, students learn how these qualities affect their ability to become effective leaders in their workplaces and communities. Conflict transformation is based on the premise that conflict resolution is not enough. Conflict ends when the parties to the conflict are transformed, that is when they understand themselves and others in a different light.
The student’s diploma will read, “Master of Arts in Transpersonal Psychology with a Specialization in Leadership and Conflict Transformation.”
36 Credit Hours, 12 online courses, including a Culminating Project (Degree Completion Plan)
39 Credit Hours, 13 online courses (Degree Completion Plan)
All courses are offered online allowing students and faculty from all over the globe to interact and learn from one another. Courses are offered in four, 12-week semesters.
Core Required Courses (15 credit hours)
Electives (15-18 credit hours)
Choose from any specialization to fulfill credit hours*/**
21 Credit hours if completing TP6999: Culminating Project
24 Credit hours in lieu of Culminating Project
*Recommended Electives: TP6300: Leading from the Inside Out, TP6305: Spirituality & Ethics in Leadership, TP6315: Leadership and Learning.
**Students who have completed the required core courses and at least one required Leadership & Conflict Transformation course may select courses (except LS6900 and LS6090) in the Mindful Leadership program as electives