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The Jungian School of Psychology

Master of Science Program in Analytical Psychology

The Jungian School of Psychology's Master of Science (M.S.) program in analytical psychology is an outstanding curriculum that offers award-winning professors who are dedicated to providing the highest quality education to our students. Graduates of our M.S. program have pursued successful careers in a variety of research and applied settings. Many of our graduates also have gone on to further their education on a doctoral level at the Jungian School of Psychology or other reputable graduate schools.

The M.S. program in analytical psychology is a highly concentrated curriculum that places emphases on specialization in the Jungian and post Jungian analytical methods and theories. The study contains principal, concentration and elective courses, which give pursuant of the M.S. degree an opportunity to explore wide-ranging aspects within the discipline of analytical psychology, as well as related sub-fields of psychology, such as behavioral modification, counsel, organizational psychology and psychology of personal adjustments.

The Jungian School of Psychology offers more than just the traditional online experience. It combines in-class seminars and examinations with online guidance. It provides the graduate students with valuable extra-curricular opportunities to exchange ideas with the established psychologists, psychiatrists and prominent scholars, participate in ethics and moral debates, take part in international joint studies, and attend the ESAP ‑ the European Study Abroad Program of Georgian International University which gives our students unique opportunities to study, as well as teach in Europe, and receive full certifications and dual degrees from premier European academic institutions.


Students who complete five courses, but do not finish the entire curriculum in order to meet graduation requirements for the M.S. degree, and decide to drop out of the program, nevertheless will be awarded a Graduate Certificate instead. In order to earn the Graduate Certificate a student must complete three of the principal courses and two courses either from the concentration or the electives.

We admit M.S. students on a quarterly basis. The Jungian School of Psychology welcomes international students, as well as transfer students into its M.S. programs.

Non-discriminatory Policy: Georgian International University, in compliance with Title IX of the Education Amendment of 1972 and other Civil Rights laws, offers equal opportunity for admission and employment. The programs and activities of the University are offered to all students without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, age, sex, or physical disability. Disclaimer: Georgian International University reserves the right to change or amend the policies, rules, regulation and procedures described in this bulletin and/or website. The calendar, course requirements and descriptions, tuition and fees are also subject to change.

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