Degree Programs Overview
Meridian University offers a program unique in its ability to bring cognitive and experiential learning together. The depth and breadth of the studies, the consummate teaching, the rich community of learners make this a school that prepares the student to be a true social artist as well as a profoundly realized human being.
– Jean Houston, Author of Search for the Beloved
Academic Programs Overview
Guided by an Integral Vision, Meridian University offers Bachelor's Completion and Graduate Degree programs that educate students to engage the professions of Psychology, Business, Education, and the Arts in creative and transformative ways. These degree programs provide a cumulative, emergent, and integrated curriculum, empowering the student’s transformation both personally and professionally.
Please contact admissions staff regarding the launch date for the new programs.
Bachelor’s Completion Program
• B.A. in Liberal Studies (New)
- Art Therapy
- Creative Arts Therapy
- Somatic Psychology
- Cultural Leadership
- Business Psychology
- Depth Psychology
- Transpersonal Psychology
Meridian offers its Bachelor's, Master's, and Doctoral programs in two formats:
1) Monthly Learning Format
2) Blended Learning Format
The Monthly and Blended learning formats support the transformative learning intent of the curriculum while providing adult learners, who have significant commitments to family and/or employment, with the opportunity to complete their graduate coursework within a reasonable time frame.
Students who choose the Monthly learning format meet in residence for one weekend per month (Friday through Sunday) during the Fall and Spring quarters (six weekends per year). Additionally, students meet for one-week sessions during the Winter and Summer quarters, respectively.
The Blended learning format combines online learning with two week-long residential sessions each calendar year. This combination of learning online and learning in residence offers the student the opportunity to complete Meridian's degree programs by traveling to the San Francisco Bay Area twice per academic year, one week in the Winter and one week in the Summer.