BACHELOR OF RELIGIOUS AND METAPHYSICAL ARTS
To be eligible for the bachelor’s degree program, applicants must complete 56 credit hours of coursework beyond the associate’s degree (for a total of 120), 24 of which credit hours must concentrate in a Bardic, Ovatic, or General Esoteric discipline, and a Capstone Project worth 8 credit hours.
Meditation, Shamanism, Astral Projection, Liturgy Music, Storytelling Poetry, Magickal Verse
Herbalism; Divination (Tarot, Runes, Oghams, Pendulum / Tracing Board / Ouija, Scrying); Energetic Healing (Reiki, Reflexology, Massage Therapy, Acupuncture); Augury; Nature Conservancy
Ceremonial Magick*, Freemasonry*
* Involving the study of, and or actual initiation into an established degree system within an approved Golden Dawn or Masonic Lodge.
The Capstone Project is a two-semester process in which students pursue independent research on a question or problem of their choice, engage with the scholarly debates in the relevant disciplines, and, with the guidance of a faculty mentor, produce a substantial paper that reflects a deep understanding of the topic.