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.