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Fast Facts

Since its inception in 1973, the Boston Graduate School of Psychoanalysis has worked to open the doors to the study of psychoanalysis to motivated students from all walks of life. With its main campus in Brookline, MA (10 minutes from Boston), BGSP also has a branch campus in New York City.

BGSP is the only accredited graduate school in the nation which offers Master of Arts and Doctoral Programs in Psychoanalysis. It is one of the few such institutes in the world.

President
Dr. Jane Snyder

Founded
1973

Corporate Status
Private, non-profit 501(c)3 organization

Academics

Boston Faculty: 46
New York Faculty: 17

Student/faculty ratio
Boston: 3:1
New York: 2:1

Finance
Avg. costs per full-time semester (2014-15):
Tuition: $8,000 | Fees $425 | Analysis up to $2,400

Financial Aid
Boston: 29% of student population
New York: 46% of student population

Average class size
Boston: 10
New York: 6

Continuing Education
Total events in Spring 2014: 8

Number offering CE Credits: 7

 
Boston
New York
Enrollment
147
35
Gender
Female
Male


69%
31%


66%
34%

Minority
Overall


29%


40%

International
22%
33%
Full-time/Part-time
Full-time
Part-time
Research Only


36%
44%
20%


46%
46%
8%

 

Enrollment by Program (Boston only)*
M.A. in Psychoanalysis
4%
M.A. in Psychoanalytic Counseling

24%

M.A. in Psychoanalysis, Society, and Culture

3%

Psya.D. in Psychoanalysis
48%
Psya.D. in Psychoanalysis, Society, and Culture
16%
Certicate in Psychoanalysis and Certificates of Advanced Graduate Study
4%