The 1-year diploma program in phenomenology is designed for M.A./Ph.D. students or graduates in philosophy, psychology, counseling, social work, anthropology, history, or a related field who are interested in the theoretical aspects of phenomenology and their application to one’s field of interest. On occasion we accept individuals into the program without a graduate degree. The program is a full year, spanning 12 months in duration and should be of particular interest to active thinkers who want intensive study in phenomenology in a program that includes competitive tuition, publishing opportunities, and a challenging curriculum.
Sample of the Curriculum
I. Core Seminars
Existential Phenomenology and Psychoanalysis; Phenomenological Method and Psychoanalysis; Phenomenology’s Relation to Critical Theory, Cultural Criticism & Psychoanalysis; Traditional Psychoanalysis & Phenomenology)
II. Specialized Seminars
Husserl & Heidegger; Phenomenology, The Lived Body, and Merleau-Ponty; Modernism, Postmodernism and Phenomenology; Advanced Existential Phenomenology; Science, Mathematics and Phenomenology;
Phenomenology & Structuralism, & Deconstruction