Bachelor of Divinity (BDiv) degree
Bachelor of Divinity (BDiv) degrees from Prajnaparamita School of Divinity is awarded after completion of 600 hours of online studies, exams and papers. This is equivalent to the time spent on a secular Bachelor of Arts degree, but we are a self-paced program. If credits are transferred from another institution or program (such as Pneumatherapy), at least 200 hours of study must be completed in the BDiv program. Credits from other institutions are typically awarded for some of the hours spent on religious studies, world religions, philosophy of religion, pneumatherapy, Buddhist studies, Hindu studies, Daoist studies, Yogi Philosophy, Biblical studies, Sanskrit, Koine Greek.
Master of Divinity (MDiv) degree
Master of Divinity (MDiv or M.Div) degree is awarded as the first professional degree in Divinity. You will need this degree to teach the spiritual tradition and instruct aspirants in the various aspects of spirituality on this Path. Master of Divinity typically are ordained by Wayism International in one or more roles within the devotional community. Those who hold Wayist Master of Divinity train and teach devotees not only in theology and metaphysical laws but also different meditation styles, different sub-paths best suited for the individual (read upaya), and act as lifestyle coach, relationship guidance, and more.
Doctor of Divinity (DDiv) degree
Doctor of Divinity (DDiv; Latin: Doctor Divinitatis) is an advanced or honorary academic degree in divinity. Some institutions use the abbreviation of the designation (DD) or (PhD) for the same. Prajnaparamita School confers the Doctorate of Divinity (DDiv) degree to spiritual scholars of the divine arts who have satisfied the requirements. Doctor of Divinity (DDiv), by definition, is absorbed in spirituality, putting to practice the divine art of living, and transformation of the human as it advances the mystical wisdom of the spirit. In comparison with Master of Divinity that has to illustrate mastery of the subject matter at hand., Doctor of Divinity typically makes unique contributions, adding to the body of knowledge. Doctor of Divinity (DDiv) is not the same as Doctor of Theology (ThD), which is a research degree awarded by academic institutions. Doctor of Theology studies are by definition not necessarily involved in spirituality, putting in practice the divine arts of living, and transformation of the human as it advances the mystical wisdom of the spirit, which is what the Doctor of Divinity is by definition.