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Greenwich University

Applied Ecopsychology/Integrated Ecology Degree Program

Admissions and Application

A formal application must be made to Greenwich University Ecopsychology to enter our degree program.

The Greenwich University Application Form via email may be obtained by requesting the form at this address.

You may send follow up material later

 

Optional Orientation to Methods and Materials

Degree and Course Orientation : The Institute of Global Education offers an Orientation Course as an option to introduce the process and tools of Applied Ecopsychology and Integrated Ecology Programs.

Subject: Introducing Psychological Elements of Global Citizenship and the process of letting Earth teach: nature connecting activities for wellness, spirit, and developing responsible relationships

Purpose: To give degree and course candidates experiences, and have them demonstrate their competency, in applying ecopsychology and in learning and using the program's distant learning e-mail and internet process.

This optional orientation program may be completed over a period of 8 or more days and earns one required credit towards your degree at Greenwich University. It also makes you eligible for participation in the Graduate Student Cooperative, a support group that saves students time and money through shared education and administration.

 

ORIENTATION PROGRAM INSTRUCTIONS:

Email proficiency. Most of the program's courses are designed to use email for responding to the work and sustaining communication with your learning team and mentor. In addition, four other email and internet sites will be used as part of your coursework throughout the program. The orientation program familiarizes you with the email process as well as these sites and how to use them.

Orientation Course

 

APPLIED ECOPSYCHOLOGY / INTEGRATED ECOLOGY
Department Chair Office Information

Dr. Michael J. Cohen
Post Office Box 1605,
Friday Harbor, WA 98250.
(360) 378-6313
nature@interisland.net

Dr. Cohen is also the director of
PROJECT NATURECONNECT
at the
Institute of Global Education
A special NGO Consultant to the
United Nations Economic and Social Council
He also serves as Adjunct Faculty for
Portland State University School of Extended Studies.

 

 


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