Master of Arts in Applied Adlerian Psychology

The Adler Graduate School offers a Master of Arts Degree in Applied Adlerian Psychology. This 35-credit degree requires successful completion of a combination of required and elective courses. 

The mission of the Applied Adlerian Psychology Program is to foster in individuals, personally and professionally, skills to facilitate healthy and fulfilling relationships for people, organizations, and communities through the understanding and appreciation of core concepts in the Individual Psychology of Alfred Adler.

This program is fully accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC).

Applied Adlerian Psychology Course Requirements:

500Principles of Research

3

505Developmental Psychology

3

511Foundations of Adlerian Psychology

3

512Introduction to Professional Writing and Portfolio

2

521Values, Ethics and Legalities

2

525Essential Interviewing Skills

3

528Didactic (Individual)

0

604Portfolio Defense

1

709Lifestyle Development: Through the Lens of Individual Psychology

3

713Individual Psychology's use of Encouragement to Promote Wellness

3

714Adlerian Psychology in a Contemporary Context

3

719Applied Individual Psychology in Leadership

3

720Advanced LifeStyle

3

750Social Interest: Theory and Use

3