MA Degree in Social Sciences in Connecticut in USA

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Social Sciences

A master's degree is an academic degree granted to individuals who have undergone study demonstrating a mastery or high-order overview of a specific field of study or area of professional practice.

Social sciences help students to better understand the interactions and systems within human society. Topics covered may include how communities and populations form governments, make laws, develop economic systems, or how individuals make decisions.

Education in the United States is mainly provided by the public sector, with control and funding coming from three levels: state, local, and federal, in that order. The common requirements to study at a higher education level in United States will include your admissions essay (also known as the statement of purpose or personal statement), transcript of records, recommendation/reference letters, language tests

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Master of Arts in Consciousness Studies and Transpersonal Psychology

The Graduate Institute
Campus Full time 2 years November 2018 USA Bethany

The Master of Arts in Consciousness Studies and Transpersonal Psychology is a 36-credit degree program that explores the nature, role, and development of human consciousness and transpersonal phenomena. What makes this program unique is that we have holistically integrated different perspectives into the coursework - psychological and spiritual, western and eastern, epistemological and clinical. [+]

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The Master of Arts in Consciousness Studies and Transpersonal Psychology is a 36-credit degree program that explores the nature, role, and development of human consciousness and transpersonal phenomena. What makes this program unique is that we have holistically integrated different perspectives into the coursework - psychological and spiritual, western and eastern, epistemological and clinical.

Students are first introduced to the historical origins and the theoretical and methodological foundations of Transpersonal Psychology. We then examine diverse theories and concepts concerning the structures and states of consciousness and the processes that may lead to transpersonal phenomena such as awakening, enlightenment, and unity consciousness. As a hands-on exercise, students themselves will engage in meditation and somatic-awareness practices aimed at re-establishing the unity of mind-body consciousness. Through these practices, students will learn to access their own intuition and embodied wisdom, as well as gaining transpersonal insights. Practices of mindfulness and presence are cornerstones of the program.... [-]


MBA/MA in International Relations

Yale School of Management
Campus Full time 3 years September 2019 USA New Haven New York + 1 more

The joint M.A./M.B.A. degree program is especially oriented to individuals who plan international careers where management is or will become an important element or who plan management careers in organizations or fields with strong international orientations. [+]

The joint M.A./M.B.A. degree program is especially oriented to individuals who plan international careers where management is or will become an important element or who plan management careers in organizations or fields with strong international orientations. To complete the joint degree students must complete the requirements for the I.R. degree, though only a total of 12, not 16 courses are required. None of those courses may be School of Management (SOM) courses, though two of the core or concentration requirements may be obtained through courses at SOM. To complete the M.B.A. component of the program, a student must fulfill all SOM's normal requirements. The one-year of Core curriculum of study taken by all M.B.A. candidates in their first year may be either the first or second year for the joint degree student. Joint degree candidates take only 13, not the usual 18 courses in SOM.... [-]


MBA/MA in Russian and East European Studies

Yale School of Management
Campus Full time September 2019 USA New Haven New York

When applying to the program, students will specify as an area of primary concentration either (1) Russia and Eastern Europe, or (2) Central and Western Europe. [+]

European & Russian Studies M.A.Comparative literature; economics; history; political science; law; Slavic languages and literatures; sociology. Graduate Faculty; 30 from various departments participating in the program. Special Requirements for the M.A. DegreeWhen applying to the program, students will specify as an area of primary concentration either (1) Russia and Eastern Europe, or (2) Central and Western Europe. Those wishing to focus on Russia and Eastern Europe will need to demonstrate knowledge of Russian or an Eastern European language; those focusing on Central and Western Europe will need to demonstrate knowledge of one of the appropriate languages. All students must complete sixteen term courses (or their equivalent) in the various fields related to European and Russian studies. Students are required to take courses in at least three of the major disciplines relevant to the program (history, literature, social sciences, and law). One of the sixteen term courses may be taken for audit. For students focusing on Russia and Eastern Europe, two of the sixteen required courses (excluding language courses) must concern the nations of Central and Western Europe. For those focusing on Central and Western Europe, two courses must concern Russia and Eastern Europe. Students may substitute a yearlong course of language study for two terms of graduate coursework. Under this option, the language course may not be taken for audit. Students with previous language preparation may in certain cases receive credit for this work. In all cases, students are required to pass examinations in two European languages (one of which... [-]