In my LinkedIn Profile, I call myself a Penn MAPPster ever since getting the OK on my final assignment, the so-called Capstone Project in August 2014 – but my official certificate took about a year to cross the Atlantic Ocean. This is what it looks like:
If you are thinking about obtaining a degree in Positive Psychology, here you can find a great list of educational opportunities for different wallets, time frames, and levels of aspiration. I can only tell you about the MAPP program at Penn. I think these 10 articles best sum up my deep dive into Positive Psychology in Philadelphia. Enjoy!
- Pennsylvania, here I come
- Another Day in Positive Psychology Paradise
- Welcome to Hogwarts
- 2051: Positive Psychology, Optimism, and the Florentine Moment in Time
- Positive Psychology and MAPP at Penn: Doing that Namedropping Thing
- My Year in MAPP: A 5-Step Course in the fine Art of Being Un-German
- Godspeed to MAPP 9! I Love Myself so Much More Because of You
- How to rock your Ivy League Master in Positive Psychology: a 10-Point Action Plan
- “All in on Love” and other beautiful Stories
- Positive Psychology has Changed the Way I Live, Lead, and Love
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Terrific! I read and immensely enjoyed your experiences. My curiosity is smiling in gratitude. Thanks, Nico!