Ecopsychology integrates psychology with ecology in the study of human/nature relationships. At Naropa University, contemplative practice and transpersonal psychology provide a foundation for this integration. The result is a unique contemplative and transpersonal orientation to the field of ecopsychology. The low-residency Master of Arts in Ecopsychology program is a two-year, 38-credit program that begins with a residential intensive. It then continues with students learning from their own homes online during the fall and spring semesters. Students also attend a short intensive course in Boulder each spring, and a second summer intensive that includes a rites-of-passage wilderness camping trip. Course work integrates theory, experiential learning, and contemplative practice in the study of ecopsychology, which includes transpersonal psychology and ecoresilience strategies. This is not a clinical licensure program. Students complete both written and service-learning projects.