M.A. or Ph.D. in
Jungian Psychology:
Interdisciplinary Study of the Chinese Classics

(With a Minor in Jung & East-West Thought)



the Chinese Classics

American University of Prague

Prague Humanities Institute
All Classes in English


Jungian Psychology:                                            36 credit hrs.


Psy. 1810. Two Essays on Analytic Psychology (Vol. 7. CW)
Psy. 1820. The Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious (Vol. 9. I, CW)
Psy. 1830. Aion: Research into the Phenomenology of the Self (Vol. 9. II, CW)
Psy. 1840. Psychology of Religion: East and West (Vol 11. CW)
Psy. 1850. The Symbolic Life (Vol. 18. CW)
Psy. 1860. Mysterium Coniunctionis (Vol. 14. CW)
Psy. 1870. Civilization in Transition (Vol. 10. CW)
Psy. 1880. Psychology of Religion & Mandala (East-West)
Psy. 1890. Memories, Dreams, Reflections


15 Credit hrs. (selected works)


Confucian Studies: A Minor in Jung & East-West Thought


Psy. 4560. Jung and Eastern Thought: A Dialogue with the Orient
Psy. 4570. Oriental Enlightenment: Encounter Between Asia and Western Thought
Psy. 4580. The Tao of the West: Western Transformations of Taoist Thought
Phil.4590. The Works of Mencius
Phil.4600. Chinese Philosophy
Phil.4610. Confucius Analects, Great Learning, Doctrine of the Mean
Phil.4620. Texts of Taoism
Phil.4630. A History of Chinese Philosophy
Phil.4640. Indian Philosophy
Phil.4650. The Tao of Physics
Phil.4660. The Taoist Classics



15 Credit hrs. (selected works)


Thesis Work:

(6 Credit hrs.)



Total: 36 Credit hrs.





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