C.G. Jung Center





C. G. Jung.

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.


Admission Requirements:


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.


Program link: Jungian Studies




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