M.A. or Ph.D. in
Jungian Psychology:
Interdisciplinary Study of Fr. John P. Dourley

(With a Minor in Jung Tillich, and Religion)

Marion Woodman.

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)

Dourley Studies: With a Minor in Jung, Tillich, and Religion

Psy. 3020. The Intellectual Biography of a Jungian Theologian
Psy. 3030. Illness That We Are: A Jungian Critique of Christianity
Psy. 3040. Love, Celibacy, and Inner Marriage
Psy. 3050. On Behalf of the Mystical Fool: Jung and the Religious Situation
Psy. 3060. The Psyche as Sacrament: A Comparative Study of C. G. Jung and Paul Tillich
Psy. 3070. Goddess, Mother of the Trinity
Psy. 3080. Paul Tillich, Carl Jung and the Recovery of Religion
Psy. 3090. Jung, Tillich and the Quest for Home and Self
Psy. 3100. Paul Tillich and Bonaventure
Psy. 3110. A Strategy for a Loss of Faith

15 Credit hrs. (selected works)

Thesis Work:

(6 Credit hrs.)

Total: 36 Credit hrs.

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