Program Offered: On campus, online, or mixed.
Total credits: 37
The mission of the Master of Arts Degree in Applied Adlerian Psychology is to foster in individuals, personally and professionally, skills to facilitate healthy and fulfilling relationships for people, organizations, and communities through the understanding and application of core concepts in the Individual Psychology of Alfred Adler. This 38-credit degree requires successful completion of a prescribed set of courses and a master's portfolio.
This degree is intended to reach those who are looking to enhance their role within a current position, personally, professionally and communally, to promote socially connected systems where each person feels a sense of belonging. With this degree students will advance their knowledge of human nature from the perspective of the Individual Psychology of Alfred Adler, and gain insight as to how their lifestyle, and the lifestyle of others, impact relationships through all contexts. Additionally, students will gain skills in facilitating individual and organizational well-being through encouragement and their knowledge, insights, and application of Adlerian Psychology. The application of this knowledge and skill set will enhance effective leadership.
This is a non-licensure track program fully accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC).
Adler Graduate School also offers a Certificate in Applied Adlerian Psychology.