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Masters in Holistic Education

Masters in Holistic Education

Purpose of Holistic Education.

The purpose of holistic education is to prepare students to meet the challenges of living as well as academics. Holistic education believes it is important for young people to learn:

About themselves.
About healthy relationships and pro-social behavior.
Social development.

Emotional development.
To see beauty, have awe, experience transcendence, and appreciate some sense of “truths.”

Consider your life’s greatest challenges. What did you need to know to overcome the obstacles you faced? Consider your greatest successes. What did you need to know in order to achieve those successes? Then ask yourself, how many of those things that I needed to know did I learn in school?

For thousands of years before schools there were social groups which taught people about the great adventure of being human; its trials and tribulations, its challenges, and its enormous possibilities for human goodness and even greatness. These groups were extended families, communities or tribes or clans, and religions. For the most part, these groups have disappeared or become compartmentalized in people’s lives.

Now, it is predominantly popular culture (the media, music) and schools from which young people can learn about what it means to be human. But culture has it own agenda (not the welfare of children), and schools were not designed to replace extended families, communities, and religions. They were designed to prepare people for the world of work; to give them the skill sets that would help them up the ladder of material success, Duration TWO years.

Workload: Disciplines and or Academic Activities studied with use


What is Education?
Social Psychology.
Scientific Methodology.
Superior Edication in (…).
History of the Education.
Psicopatologia and Semiology.
Inclusive Education.
Politicies Education and Educational Innovations.
Superior Education in Latin America.
Education Administration.
Researches in Education.
Sociology of the Education.
Didactiocism of the Higher Education.
Foundations end Cancepts of the Psychoanalysis.
Philosophy of the Education.
Foundations and Analysis Comportamental.
Social Representations in the Education.
Cultural Anthropology.
Criative Didacticism.
Psychology of the Education.
Pratical and Theoretical foundatuins if the Education.
Seminar of Research.
Analysis of the Conjuncture.