Dear Kepler College instructors, students and friends:
Kepler is embarking on a new branch of its journey to bring professional quality education to anyone interested in the field of astrology.
For two years, we have been in the process of actively revisioning our program into new forms that move astrological studies into the future through a challenging and exciting cross-cultural curriculum. We have incorporated the lessons we learned over the past 20 and developed a challenging and rewarding Certificate Program for the serious student of astrology.
When we speak of astrology at Kepler, we include its many facets. Astrology may be defined broadly as the study of geocosmic relations. It may also, as a practice, be defined as a mapping technique for a range of dynamic systems, including meteorological phenomena, group behavior, and the human personality. Our Western tradition originated at least 4,000 years ago and has generally been divided into two main branches: natural and judicial. Natural astrology is concerned with the influences of astronomical cycles on weather, climate, geological events, plagues and other processes in the biosphere. Judicial astrology is concerned with the correlations between astronomical cycles and the lives of individuals and their concerns.
Kepler believes that the better educated an astrologer is, not only about specific techniques, but also in the history and breadth of astrological development and philosophy, the better they can represent the field to their clients and to the larger culture.
This philosophy was at the core of our degree program and remains in our Certificate program. Critical thinking and open debate are important parts of the Kepler College experience.
Enid Newberg, M.A.
Kepler College President
Kepler College is a global leader in quality astrological education.
The Mission of Kepler College is to create an online learning environment conducive to the promotion of the best practices of in education. The College seeks to prepare students with the attitudes, skills, and habits of lifelong learning, enabling them to be useful members of a global society.
Kepler's objectives are to provide a sound, liberal intellectual basis for students to gain knowledge, to think critically, to communicate effectively, to appreciate many cultures, to achieve personal growth and to gain technology skills.
Enid Newberg earned a BA from the Evergreen State College and an MA from Antioch University in Whole Systems Design. She first joined Kepler College as a board member in 1993, and was president when the college first opened in 2000 through the end of 2001. In November 2004, she rejoined Kepler College as the Registrar and Director of Student Services and in 2006 was re-appointed president. Enid has an extensive background in information systems and online learning..