C.G. Jung Center
American University of New York
New York City Humanities Institute
Doctor of Psychology in Jungian Psychology (Psy.D.)
Doctor of Philosophy in Jungian Psychology (Ph.D.)
Masters of Philosophy / Psychology (M.A.) or (M.S.)
The purpose of the C. G. Jung Center for Archetypal Psychology is to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of the life and work of C.G. Jung. The C.G. Jung Center's 'Jungian Studies Program' is specifically designed to help students prepare for a career in the fields of philosophy, psychology, or another closely related discipline. The C.G. Jung Center's Jungian Studies Program offers students a unique opportunity to earn either a Master's degree or a Doctoral degree in the fields of psychology or philosophy at the graduate level. Moreover, the Jungian Studies Program is specifically designed as a "non-clinical" study program for students who do not wish to become a "licensed" psychotherapist in the field of psychology, but, alternatively, wish to prepare themselves for a teaching career in the field of philosophy, psychology, or another closely related discipline.
1. Baccalaureate degree in philosophy, psychology, or a closely related discipline.
2. Master's degree in philosophy, psychology, or a closely related discipline.
3. Three letters of recommendation.
4. Three page statement outlining your career objectives.
5. A personal interview.