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DEGREES OFFERED

Note: The College of Divine Metaphysics offers correspondence courses only.

Diplomas and Degrees

The College of Divine Metaphysics offers these degree programs:
        Doctor of Metaphysics (Ms.D.)
        Doctor of Divinity (D.D.)
        Philosopher of Metaphysics (Ph.M.)

Combination of Courses for Degree Programs

Doctor of Metaphysics (Ms.D.)
Metaphysical Bible Interpretation along with six (6) of the major courses* listed below, plus the Summary Course Assignment and Ms.D. Thesis, earns the Doctor of Metaphysics Degree.

Doctor of Divinity (D.D.)
Metaphysical Bible Interpretation along with seven (7) of the major courses* listed below, plus the Summary Course Assignment and D.D. Thesis, earns the Doctor of Divinity Degree.

Philosopher of Metaphysics (Ph.M.)
Metaphysical Bible Interpretation along with eight (8) of the courses* listed below, plus the Summary Course Assignment and Ph.M. Thesis, earns the Philosopher of Metaphysics Degree.

     · Practical Metaphysics
     · Key to Self-Unfoldment
     · Metaphysical Healing
     · Metaphysical Perspective of Raising Children
     · Metaphysical Psychology of Business Success
     · Life of Jesus
     · Alternate major course
     · Biblical Literature
     · Church Administration (counts as 1/2 course)
     · Comparative Religions (counts as 1/2 course)
     · Alternate 1/2 course

    *Alternate Metaphysics courses may be substituted for these courses: Meta. Perspective of Raising Children, Meta. Psychology of Business Success, Life of Jesus, and/or Church Administration. Contact the Director for details.

For any degree, students must complete the Summary Course Assignment.

Thesis: The student must submit:

 ·  a Thesis of 900 words or more with a $100 fee for Ms.D. degree;
 ·  a Thesis of 1400 words or more with a $150 fee for D.D. degree;
 ·  a Thesis of 1800 words or more with a $200 fee for Ph.M. degree.

NOTE: The Thesis subject should center on philosophy, metaphysics, spirituality or enlightenment. The focus can be this course of study and what it has meant to you, what you have learned about metaphysics, comparisons between metaphysics and other religions or philosophies, etc.  You may quote from works of other metaphysical authors and teachers also. Students need to select a theme for their Thesis and then back up the Theme with quotes, summaries, thoughts, arguments, discussions, quotes, etc.

After students complete the related requirements, we mail the appropriate Certificate or Diploma to their home.

Incorporation

The College of Divine Metaphysics was incorporated as a religious educational institution in the State of Missouri in 1918, in the State of Indiana in 1928, and in the State of California in 1978.

 

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