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enrollEvery term includes both electives (some of which may only be offered once per year) and regularly scheduled Certificate courses.
Live meetings will be recorded and students will receive a copy of the recording as part of their tuition.


  • Chart Calculation Labs +

    Primary Instructor: Christine Arens The math calculation labs guide the student into an understanding of how to calculate a chart by hand. If you want to pass the organizational exams, you will need these classes. One Unit. Cost: $150.00 or $100.00 if you are enrolled in another class in the Fundamentals or Movement Certificate. Read More
  • E300 Astrological Heritage +

    Instructor: Inga Thornell Astrology has a rich heritage stretching back thousands of years. We sometimes think of astrology as just one thing, but different cultures asked different questions as they found meaning in the ever-changing sky. This class offers a survey of the history of astrology, primarily in the West. Read More
  • E400 Astronomy for Astrologers (independent study) +

    Taught by Bruce Scofield.  Astronomy and astrology have the same origins in the explorations and explanations of the visual sky. Astronomy is the study of the nature, motions and history of the Earth's cosmic environment, astrology is the study of how the cosmic environment affects Earth and its inhabitants. In this course, specifically designed for Kepler College students, we will emphasize themes relevant to a general understanding of the subject rather than one involving technical knowledge and mathematics. Read More
  • E510 Symmetry in Astrology 1: An Introduction +

    Instructor: Bruce Scofield.  This course considers a range of astrological techniques that share a common principle – symmetry. Much of astrology is done using signs, houses and aspects which are essentially spatial, but do not necessarily involve symmetricality. The astrological chart itself is a grid on which planets are located in specific compartments, i.e. houses and signs. The planets can be shown to relate to each other by aspects based on the the division of the circle by various integers. In this way a delineation is produced. In this course we will consider only astrological techniques that are based on symmetry, Read More
  • E550 Vocational Astrology +

    Instructors: Faye Cossar and Judith Holloway.  What can I be good at? What should I do? What is my calling? Whether we are 5 or 50, we can be faced with the question of “what do I want to do when I grow up?” We usually have a better sense of what we don’t want than where we might fit. But using the techniques of vocational astrology, you can gain insight into your unique areas of opportunity. About a third of our lives are spent working. What most of us want is not just a job, but something that can utilize Read More
  • W101 Introduction to Astrological Symbolism and Practice +

    Instructors: Tamira McGillivray, Donna Young, Enid Newberg The objective for this course is that, by the end, students will have learned the basics of astrological symbolism and be on their way to successfully synthesizing that knowledge to interpret a chart, even if there is no birth time. To accomplish this goal, the following areas will be covered: Read More
  • W102 Natal Chart Interpretation-Additional Tools +

    Instructors: Carol Tebbs and Jacqueline Menkes The course introduces students to the basics of cosmological symbolism and applications developed in Western cultures and in current use. Beyond planets, houses, signs and aspects, 102 introduces students to natal patterns and chart points that clarify natal interpretation, such as: configurations, essential dignities, sensitive points, house systems, harmonics, asteroids, declinations, Moon phases and the natural cycles of outer planets. This course covers: Read More
  • W103 Building Delineation Skills +

    The primary focus in this course is the practical application of what the student has learned. A good astrologer must also reflect upon their own world view, assumptions and other personal filters. Students will be challenged to explore their own personal filters, attitudes and beliefs as they develop their chart interpretation skills. They will also actively consider and discuss potential client issues and ethical considerations. In addition, students get guidance in how to evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of different approaches to delineation by examining how multiple astrologers approach chart interpretation. Topics include: Developing critical thinking skills through examining conflicting Read More
  • W104 Delineation (a practicum for natal interpretation) +

    Instructors: Karen McCauley, Inga Thornell, Judith Holloway.  So you know the astrological basics, but do you need help putting everything together? If the answer is yes, then this course is for you. This course focuses on finding basic themes, answers and interpretations using the natal chart for addressing client issues. Read More
  • WR201 Counseling Issues in Astrology +

    Primary Instructors: Karen McCauley and Inga Thornell. Guests have included Claudia Dikinis, Bob Glasscock and Donna Van Toen.  In this course, students will be introduced not only to considerations involved in astrological counseling as a profession, and to the process of working on relationship issues with clients, including finding relationships in the chart, organizing a session, methods of delivering content, ethical issues and referral strategies. Read More
  • WR202 Families and Children +

    Primary Instructor: Karen McCauley. Students will continue to build their astrological interpretation skills as they examine issues related to families, including the parental axis, siblings, extended families and generational characteristics. Students will also explore temperament, astrology’s lost key. The primary goal of this course is to promote better understanding, application and usage of basic consultation and communication skills with regard to questions about family relationships. Read More
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