MA in Personal and Organizational Wellness

The Master of Arts (MA) in Personal and Organizational Wellness provides adult learners with an opportunity for personal, intellectual, and professional growth and development through a program of study based in a holistic perspective of the human experience. The concepts and applications of good intention, open mind and compassionate heart provide the foundations for course work. Personal and/or organizational applications of transpersonal and global awareness will be explored and developed in a rigorous academic context. Learners are provided with intensive, community-based experiential learning opportunities and a contemplative approach for examining the paradigms of personal and organizational transformation and healing. This program is appropriate for growth-oriented individuals, professionals from business, government, and social services, allied health, education, science, and those in leadership roles.

Note: Licensed Registered Nurses may gain contact hours (CEUs) for courses in this program. One academic credit equals 15 contact hours in New Hampshire. Please consult an advisor for more information.

The MA in Personal and Organizational Wellness has two concentrations:

For more information, visit the Counselor Education and School Psychology Department website.

Course Planning Matrix

Use the Course Planning Matrix to see when OATH/PATH courses will be offered.

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To begin planning your program, contact:

Nancy Puglisi, (603) 535-3116 or e-mail: npuglisi@plymouth.edu

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