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    Saybrook University
   
 
  Dec 05, 2020
 
2020-2021 Academic Catalog and Student Handbook 
    
2020-2021 Academic Catalog and Student Handbook

College of Social Sciences


The College of Social Sciences (CSS) offers MA and PhD hybrid, online and campus-based programs that provide students with hands-on experience and mentoring from faculty who are active and experienced in their respective disciplines.  Recognized as one of the world’s leading institutions for humanistic scholarship and education, the College of Social Sciences is focused on helping students develop the insight, presence, and expertise that are necessary to serve both local and global communities. 

Based upon Saybrook’s mission, the College of Social Sciences relentlessly pursues a socially just, sustainable world by educating humanistic leaders who transform their fields and communities. Students and faculty, across degree programs and specializations, engage in critical dialogue, self-reflection, discovery, research and practice in pursuit of co-creating communities based in relationship.

The College of Social Sciences (CSS) is comprised of four departments. Although distinct and independent, the intellectual boundaries of the departments allow various opportunities for cross-disciplinary inquiry.

  • Department of Counseling
  • Department of Humanistic and Clinical Psychology
  • Department of Leadership and Management
  • Department of Transformative Social Change

The College of Social Sciences (CSS) offers MA and PhD hybrid, online and campus-based programs that provide students with hands-on experience and mentoring from faculty who are active and experienced in their respective disciplines.  Recognized as one of the world’s leading institutions for humanistic scholarship and education, the College of Social Sciences is focused on helping students develop the insight, presence, and expertise that are necessary to serve both local and global communities. 

Based upon Saybrook’s mission, the College of Social Sciences relentlessly pursues a socially just, sustainable world by educating humanistic leaders who transform their fields and communities. Students and faculty, across degree programs and specializations, engage in critical dialogue, self-reflection, discovery, research and practice in pursuit of co-creating communities based in relationship.

The College of Social Sciences (CSS) is comprised of four departments. Although distinct and independent, the intellectual boundaries of the departments allow various opportunities for cross-disciplinary inquiry.

  • Department of Counseling
  • Department of Humanistic and Clinical Psychology
  • Department of Leadership and Management
  • Department of Transformative Social Change

Department of Humanistic and Clinical Psychology

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Programs

Master of Arts

Doctor of Philosophy

Doctor of Psychology

Certificate

Department of Counseling

Go to information for this department.

Programs

Master of Arts

Doctor of Philosophy

Department of Leadership and Management

Go to information for this department.

Programs

Master of Arts

Doctor of Philosophy

Department of Transformative Social Change

Go to information for this department.

Programs

Master of Arts

Doctor of Philosophy