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Holders of existing degrees from other institutions may join our academic community while receiving their religious corresponding title from us.
Bachelor of Arts in Buddhist Studies
Bachelor of Arts in Vedic Studies
Bachelor of Arts in Christian Studies
Bachelor of Arts in Jewish Studies
Master of Arts in Religious Humanities
Master of Arts in Theology
Master of Arts in Buddhism
Master of Arts in Vedic Religion
Master of Arts in Religious History
Master of Arts in Complementary religious History
Master of Arts in Theology
Master of Arts in Christian Studies
Master of Arts in Buddhist Studies
Master of Arts in Vedic Studies
Master of Arts in Jewish Studies (MAJS)
Master of Arts in Christian Education
Master of Arts in Buddhist Education
Master of Arts in Vedic Education
Master of Arts in Jewish Education (MAJE)
Master of Arts Degree in Religion
Master of Arts (M.A.) in Theology and Human Studies
Master of Arts in Eastern Religions
Master of Arts in Interreligious Studies
Master of Science in Biblical Studies
Master of Science in Comparative Religion
Master of Science in Jewish Studies (MSJS)
Master of Science in Christian Studies
Master of Science in Buddhist Studies
Master of Science in Vedic Studies
Master of Science in Jewish Education (MSJE)
Master of Science in Religious Education
Doctor of Philosophy in Complementary History
Doctor of Philosophy in religious History
Doctor of Philosophy in Religion
Doctor of Philosophy in Theology
Doctor of Religious Education
Doctor of Philosophy in Religious Education
Doctor of Philosophy in Buddhist Religion
Doctor of Philosophy in Vedic Philosophy
Doctor of Philosophy in Buddhist Studies
Doctor of Philosophy in Christian Studies
Doctor of Philosophy in Jewish Studies
The titles of degrees issued by our institution are in fully compliance with Florida Statute 1005.06 (1)(f) and meet the requirements found in Section 1005.06(1)(f), Florida Statutes and Rule 6E-5.001, Florida Administrative Code.
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Doctor honoris causa
Doctor of Divinity
Doctor of Letters
Doctor of Humane Letters
Professor honoris causa
Degrees honoris causa:
Based on the authorization from the Florida Department of Education (Commission for Independent Education) we award also degrees honoris causa according to Chapter 6E-1.0041, Florida Administrative Code: 6E-1.0041 Honorary Degrees.
(1) Among nonpublic postsecondary institutions operating in Florida, only those which operate under Section 1005.06(1)(b), (c), (e), or (f), F.S., or which are licensed by the Commission as a college or university, may award honorary degrees.
(2) No honorary degree given by a nonpublic college subject to the jurisdiction of the Commission may have substantially the same name as any earned degree given by any institution in Florida authorized to grant degrees.
(3) Each honorary degree shall prominently bear on its face the words, “honorary degree” or “honoris causa.”
Specific Authority 1005.22(1)(e) FS. Law Implemented 1005.02(7), 1005.21(1) FS. History–New 10-13-83, Formerly 6E-1.041, Amended 11-27- 88, 10-19-93, 1-7-03.
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