Bachelor of Christian Leadership
      Bachelor of Family Ministry
      Bachelor of Healing Ministry
      Bachelor of Missiology
      Bachelor of Religious Counseling
      Bachelor of Religious Education
      Bachelor of Religious Law Studies
      Bachelor of Theology
      Bachelor of Religious Studies
      Bachelor of Religious Philosophy
      Bachelor of Yogic Studies
      Bachelor of Course Description
      Master of Christian Leadership
      Master of Divinity
      Master of Family Ministry
      Master of Healing Ministry
      Master of Missiology
      Master of Religious Counseling
      Master of Religious Education
      Master of Religious Law Studies
      Master of Religious Studies
      Master of Religious Philosophy
      Master of Yogic Studies
      Master of Course Description
      Doctor of Christian Leadership
      Doctor of Family Ministry
      Doctor of Healing Ministry
      Doctor of Missiology
      Doctor of Religious Counseling
      Doctor of Religious Education
      Doctor of Religious Law Studies
      Doctor of Theology
      Doctor of Religious Studies
      Doctor of Religious Philosophy
      Doctor of Yogic Studies
      Doctor of Course Description

Master of Yogic Studies

The goals of yoga are varied and range from improving health to achieving moksha. A serious practitioner of Yoga(someone pursuing the higher spiritual and religious goals of Yoga) takes upon themselves a life of austere self-discipline common to nearly all forms of mystical and religious life. The practices that constitute this self-disciplined life are called in yoga yama and niyama. This self-discipline is the 'yoke' that one puts upon oneself for the purpose of attaining moksha. An alternative definition is that Yoga is the method of yoking, or unifying, the lower egoistic personality to the higher via a process of sublimation.

Course# Course Title units
MYS101 The History of Oriental Thoughts
MYS102 Introduction to the study of Yoga
MYS103 Yoga Psychophysiology
MYS104 Sanskrit
MYS105 Yoga Psychology
MYS106 Comparative Study on Yoga and Taoist Practic
MYS107 Study on Diamond Sutra
MYS108 Studies of Original Yoga-Text
MYS109 Vijnaptimatra Studies
MYS110 History of Indian Thought
MYS111 Yoga Philosophy
MYS112 Studies in Religious Typology
MYS113 Studies in Religious Language
MYS114 Studies in Religious Symbolism
MYS115 Studies in Ethnic Religions
Total Upper Division:
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60 units