M.A. or Ph.D. in
Archetypal Psychology:
Interdisciplinary Study of C. G. Jung

(With a Minor in East-West Philosophy)



C. G. Jung.

American University of New York

New York City Humanities Institute
All Classes in English


C. G. Jung Studies:                                    36 credit hrs.


Psy. 510. Introduction to C.G. Jung and Analytic Psychology
Psy. 525. Jung on Christianity
Psy. 540. Archetypes, Dreams, and Symbols in C. G. Jung
Psy. 555. Jung on Mythology
Psy. 570. Aion: Researches into the Phenomenology of the Self
Psy. 585. Jung on Death and Immortality
Psy. 600. Psychology of Religion & the Mandala (East-West)


21 Credit hrs.


With a Minor in East-West Philosophy:


Phil. 705. Confucius: Analects, The Great Learning, & Doctrine of the Mean
Phil. 715. Classics of Buddhism and Zen
Phil. 725. Texts of Taoism
Phil. 735. Chinese philosophy
Phil. 745. The Works of Mencius
Phil. 755. Indian Philosophy: Vedas, Upanisads, Bhagavad-gita, Mahabharata
Phil. 765. Lao-Tzu: Tao-Te Ching

21 Credit hrs.


Thesis Work

(6 Credit hrs.)



Total: 48 Credit hrs.


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