At a Glance
What is Consciousness? In this specialization you will begin to explore and define the meaning of consciousness by delving deep into the awareness, perception, and psychology of human consciousness as it relates to Transpersonal Psychology.
The Consciousness specialization is appropriate for students interested in delving deeper into the awareness, perception, and psychology of human consciousness as it relates to Transpersonal Psychology. Someone already trained professionally in some aspect of psychology or mental health might like to add this area of focus to their scope of professional knowledge. Yet, students without previous professional training in human behavior or psychology are encouraged to explore the courses available in this specialization. The required consciousness specialization courses are intriguing and useful in preparing the student for understanding mythology and symbols, theories of hypnosis, and other aspects of consciousness.
The student’s diploma will read, “Master of Arts in Transpersonal Psychology with a Specialization in Consciousness.”
36 Credit Hours, 12 online courses, including a Culminating Project
39 Credit Hours, 13 online courses
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 three, 14-week semesters.
Core Required Courses (15 credit hours)
Consciousness Required Courses (12 credit hours)
Electives (12-15 credit hours)
Choose from any specialization to fulfill credit hours*
12 Credit hours if completing TP6999: Culminating Project
15 Credit hours in lieu of Culminating Project
*Recommended Electives: TP6000: Becoming a Teacher of Dream Work/Dream Interpretation, TP6100: Principles of Parapsychology, TP6115: Integrated Imagery Regression Hypnosis, Level 1**, TP6120: Integrated Imagery Regression Hypnosis, Level 2**, TP6125: Integrated Imagery Regression Hypnosis, Level 3**
**Four day mandatory residential in Virginia Beach