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REGULATIONS  GOVERNING PROGRAM SELECTION
Students who enroll in a degree program are governed by the set of requirements for completion of the degree in place at the time they enroll.  They can, at any time replace that set of requirements with a subsequent set of requirements (some requirements will change with each enrollment period), but they can not “mix and match” within the original set and the new, substitute set.  Changing to a subsequent set of requirements may add to or subtract from the credit hours required for graduation.  Advisors help students ascertain the consequences of a change from one set of program requirements to another and to subsequently select courses that will fulfill the requirements governing their program of choice.

OPTION I:  BASIC DOCTORAL DEGREE (See description below): 

60-hour minimum requirement includes 48 hours of Core courses and 12 hours of electives.

The minimum expected time for completing the doctorate is three to four years.  Students may enroll in a maximum of 9 credits (12 with written permission of the Executive committee) per semester. 

OPTION II:  DOCTORAL DEGREE WITH SPECIAL EMPHASIS TRACK:

Students who choose to enter a Special Emphasis Track in the Doctoral Program fulfill all 48 hours of required Core Courses plus specifically selected electives.  All Doctoral candidates complete 60 hours of credit for a Basic degree.  

Students wishing to follow a Track and who are transferring equivalencies during enrollment, must consult the Track Director about whether any of those equivalencies will satisfy specific courses in the Track.  The granting of equivalencies for core course requirements not included in the Track is made by the Executive Committee. 

Current Doctoral Students wishing to change into a Special Emphasis Track can contact the Dean of Academics

CHECK LINK BELOW FOR OPTION II COURSE LISTINGS.

For Special Emphasis Tracks Check the following links:

TRACK: Transformational Psychology

TRACK: Medical and Counseling Intuition

TRACK:  Integrative Healthcare

TRACK:  Spiritual Direction



OPTION I:  BASIC DEGREE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DOCTOR OF THEOLOGY

BASIC DOCTORAL REQUIREMENTS

60-hour minimum requirement includes 48 credit-hours of core requirements and a minimum of 12 additional credit-hours from the list of Electives.  The minimum expected time for completing the doctorate is three to four years.  Students who enroll in more than 12 credits per semester need written permission of the Executive Committee.  

 

703-Orientation and Preparation (R-Fall, D-Spring)

715-Ethics:  Theory and Practice (D)

718-Research Literature Review (D)

727-History of Science, (D)

731-Inner Counselor (R-Fall)

737-Quantitative Research Methods (D-Fall)

742-Holistic Healthcare Approaches (R-Fall)

752-Mysticism:  Ancient to New Thought (D-Spring)

757-Holistic Theology (D)

767-Statistical Methods in Research (D)

994-Capstone (D)

996-Prelim Essay and Exam (D)

998-Research and Dissertation (D)


ELECTIVES

810-Spiritual Contracts (D)

816-Past Life Therapy Part I (R-Spring). See Calendar Off campus

817-Past Life Therapy Part II (R-Spring). See Calendar. Off campus

838-Personal Intuition and Energy Management (D-Spring)

843-Emotions and Intuition (D-Spring)

845-Subtle Energy, Energy Medicine (R-Fall)

846-Spiritual Healing Practicum (D)

849-Heart Centered Meditation (R-Fall)

850-Principles and Laws of Psychic Energies (D)

856-Esoteric Theologies (D)

857-Integrative Astrology - the Language of Your Soul (D)

859-The Intuitive Career (D)

860-The Intuitive Pathway (R) See Catalog

865-Perspectives in Transpersonal Psychology (D)

867-Holistic Approaches to Trauma (D)

880-Intentional Transformation (D)

882-Indigenous Healing Studies (D)

883-Mandala: Circles of Wholeness (D)

884-Principles of Spiritual Direction (D)

886-Pastoral Spiritual Counseling (D)

887-Sacred Ceremonies and Celebrations (D)

895-Special Topics in Theology (D)

896-Special Topics in Spirituality (D)

The minimum expected time for completing the doctorate is three to four years. Only full-time students with no other serious obligations could possibly expect to complete the basic doctorate in less than three years. Students may enroll in a maximum of 9 credits (12 with written permission) per semester.

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For more information, download a catalog from the Home Page or request a bound copy from the registrar. Allow ten days for delivery.

Telephone: 888-272-6109

Email: registrar_marilyn@holosuniversity.org