VGI’s interdisciplinary programs in ecopsychology and sustainability create a new framework for global citizenship and for being residents on the planet.
VGI focuses on preparing students to enter the global community and implement ecopsychological means to solve complex problems. Our online graduate studies are augmented by in-person sessions that meet in environmental habitats.
Degree programs include a Masters and Doctorate degree. Non-degree programs include Executive Certificate and Introduction Course options. Learn about the programs.
Take the opportunity to have your philanthropy work toward effecting change in the world through education and action.
- Executive Development Certificate Course in Ecopsychology – 9 month course begins September 16, 2014. Registration Open. CEU’s
- Introduction to Ecopsychology begins September 18. Registration open. CEU’s
- Follow Viridis Graduate Institute and the Institute for Cultural Change in the Whirlwind Odyssey! An around the world sailing event to help restore the health of our Oceans and promote Sustainability through Education and Action.
- Join VGI in Los Angeles for Climate March – Sept. 20 (Wilshire and Alavarado)
- How Norway and Russia Made A Cod Fishery Live and Thrive
Viridis, Latin for “green, to sprout” or the notion of “green life,” promises to be one of the most important and visionary movements in this day of profound change. If you are a conscious, awake and participatory citizen today, you must be engaged in the preservation of our planet and its beautiful natural world. Viridis Graduate Institute stands out as an educational organization that appreciates both the ecological and the psychological dimensions involved in this effort. –Thomas Moore, Author, “Care of the Soul”
Viridis Graduate Institute, a 501(c)(3) social profit school, admits students of any race, color, national origin, and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan programs, and other school-administered program.