UMS offers doctorate level degrees to denote the highest level of education attainable through studies in metaphysics. The doctorate degree is a research based degree, and provides the student with an opportunity to make a unique and original contribution to metaphysical knowledge.

The earning of a doctorate degree gives the student the title of doctor in their chosen specialization in the field of metaphysical sciences.

UMS also offers the option of a Ph.D. Degree, which denotes doctor of philosophy, and indicates a less specialized and broader approach to the area of study. The original definition of philosophy is “Love of Wisdom,” and has never been more relevant than in the cutting edge field of knowledge in which we work.

A doctoral degree adds a new level of professionalism and legitimacy to your credentials. It shows that you have such a deep interest in and respect for your work that you have intensively focused on research and contributed to the information available in your area of study. This can be especially relevant if you are teaching, lecturing, or writing books, as agents and expo producers specifically look for this level of education in their writers and presenters.

Doctoral Degree Requirements

The Doctoral level builds upon the knowledge you have gained through the bachelor’s and master’s programs, and gives you the opportunity to choose an area of research and exploration in metaphysics that you are interested in to further your own growth, and increase your spiritual knowledge and awareness. You will then deeply research this topic, and write a specifically structured 10,000 word dissertation. While no curriculum is involved, this is the most academically focused and often  the most challenging process for students, yet it is also one of the most rewarding. This project will also be directly related to the degree title you choose and your personal and professional goals. Upon completion of this level you will receive the high honor of a doctoral or Ph.D. degree. If desired, upon payment for and completion of a second dissertation, you can earn both a doctorate and a Ph.D.