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Saybrook University
747 Front Street 3rd Floor

San Francisco, CA
(415) 433-9200

Tuition Costs, In State: $22,560 (per year)
Tuition Costs, Out of State: $22,560 (per year)

APA Accreditation: No

Financial assistance available:
federal financial aid and scholarships

Application Deadline: May 1 for Fall Semester and October 1 for Spring Semester.

Degrees and Programs Offered:
MA Psychology, Counseling Licensure Specialization
MA Psychology, Marriage & Family Therapy/Professional Clinical Counseling Specialization
PhD Psychology, Clinical Specialization
PhD Psychology, Psychophysiology Specialization

MA/PhD Psychology
MA/PhD Human Science

Consciousness, Spirituality, and Integrative Health
Creativity Studies
Existential, Humanistic, and Transpersonal Psychology
Jungian Studies
Transformative Social Change


Min. Undergraduate GPA (Median): No minimum stated
Min. Undergraduate GPA, Masters (Median): 3.0
Min. Undergraduate GPA, PhD (Median): 3.0

Min. GRE, Masters: No minimum stated
Min. GRE, Masters (Median): No minimum stated
Min. GRE, PhD: No minimum stated
Min. GRE, PhD (Median): No minimum stated
Required GRE V+Q: No minimum stated

Classes Required:
None required


About the University:
Accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC), Saybrook University has been offering Master of Arts (MA) and the Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degrees in both general and clinical psychology for more than 40 years. Saybrook, a unique, not-for-profit institution of student-engaged, distance learning, uses a hybrid model of online and offline classes.

Additional Information:
As a student at the world's premier institution for humanistic studies, you'll join a community of scholars and practitioners dedicated to education that fosters a just, humane, and sustainable world. Our low-residency program allows you to earn your degree by combining convenient online coursework with short, intensive, residential programs.

As a working professional, you'll appreciate the opportunity to continue your work and personal life while pursuing your academic and career goals. Faculty advising, counseling, and mentoring are the hallmarks of Saybrook's learning model. Whether you're working independently or with other students, you'll find our faculty dedicated to rigorous intellectual discussion, to supporting your educational quest, and to helping you advance on your career path.

Saybrook is committed to helping you develop as a whole person - mind, body, and spirit - to achieve your full potential. This commitment grows from our rich heritage of humanistic, existential, transpersonal, and phenomenological psychology. Key founders and early contributors to the Saybrook tradition include such innovative thinkers as Carl Rogers, Rollo May, Abraham Maslow, James Bugental, Charlotte Buhler, and Virginia Satir.