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A New Way to Engage in Learning
Project X is an experimental set of new courses at Saybrook for which:
Members of our faculty have chosen topics that they think passionately about, that keep them up at night, and are on the cutting edge of their fields. Project X courses start when faculty members present videos, articles, blogs, and webpages that expose students to current research, ideas, and debates in the field.
Students post their reactions, thoughts, questions, and information they find on the internet. The instructor and other students respond, interact and learn from one another on the Facebook platform. It's like in a graduate seminar but entirely online, using only web resources.
Project X kicks off with 4 courses (one from each School). All the information you need is below.
What in the World is Going On?:
Music, Health and Healing:
Effective Therapy and Healing in a Diverse World (PSY 3636)
Evolutionary Leadership for Sustainability:
Project X courses are Pass/No Pass – letter grades aren't awarded.
Students in the School of Clinical Psychology, the School of Psychology and Integrative Inquiry (PII), and legacy PHS Organizational Systems students will receive the standard 3-unit credit towards their degree for the semester course. For MFT-PCC students, these elective courses do not count towards their degree. Mind-Body Medicine (MBM) and Seattle-program based Leadership in Organizational Systems (LIOS) students, will need to check with the Registrar for details.
For degree-seeking PII, Clinical Psychology, and legacy PHS Organizational Systems students, there is NO additional cost to your flat-rate tuition. MBM and Seattle-program based LIOS students will need to check with the Registrar for details.
Not a Saybrook student? You’re welcome too! Contact Benjamin Platt (firstname.lastname@example.org - 415.403.1210) to get started. Saybrook Alumni get a discount.
Since they're taught on Facebook, you can take them from anywhere in the world.
How do I enroll?
All current students (except MFT-PCC) should contact Jessie Hill (email@example.com - 415.394.6249).