Master of Arts (MA) in Wisdom Studies
This Master of Arts program is open to a spectrum of disciplines and interests. It aims to address a range of problems in almost every area of human and ecological concern. The program is dedicated to supporting you shape and co-create a new global civilization whereby the human species can learn to act as a responsible and caring part of our larger planetary eco-system.
With just the right amount of academic guidance from our faculty and advisers, Ubiquity’s MA degrees are your creation. A certain number of core courses are required to be taken within Ubiquity. For the rest, we work with you to shape your major area of concentration.
Prerequisites: Undergraduate Degree in any field (transcript with proof of graduation is required)
Admissions Process: Complete an initial interview with our Dean of Graduate Studies, then submit all materials prior to registering for courses.
This MA Degree is composed of 30 credits:
- Core and elective courses (20 Credits)
- Dissertation (10 Credits)
Required Core Courses (11 credits):
- The Creative Journey to Dissertation: Finding your Voice, Making your Mark with Dr. Gyorgyi Szabo (4 credits online)
- Foundation in Soft Skills and UN SDGs with Shelly Alcorn (3 credits online)
- Ubiquity Chartres Academy (4 credits in-person or online)
An additional 9 credits must be earned through coursework approved by the Dean of Graduate Studies.
The rules guiding our assignment collection and grading process can be found here: Ubiquity University Grading Policy
Information about how we process refund or cancellation requests can be found here: Refund and Cancellation Policy.
Tuition and Fees: Approximately US$ 6,000
For more information, see the Ubiquity University Student Handbook.
As a global institution, Ubiquity University is not accredited by any single state or nation. We are a member of the Global Accreditation Council which seeks to establish a new standard for universal education dedicated to regenerative ecological, social and spiritual principles.
Sarah Whiteley, MA – Collective Alchemy: A Practice for the Era Shift.
Collective Alchemy is an evolutionary offshoot of the ancient practice of Alchemy that can accelerate the evolution of human consciousness. Collective Alchemy can be defined as a complex set of practices that, when mastered, create the conditions for right relationship and rich interaction between humans and Cosmos, in service of the era shift and the evolution of Gaia. The core purpose of Collective Alchemy, therefore, is to prepare awakening humans to step into co-creative, transformative, generative (r)evolution with all life; to consciously face the rite of passage which is upon us, where we come out a mature species or we don’t come out at all. The practice was collectively sourced and co-created as part of bringing forth the We-thesis. The ‘Collective Alchemy Practice Guide’, keystone of the We-thesis, is now available on https://collective-alchemy.net/, with invitations to practice.
Lynda (Smith) Casey, MA – Wisdom Studies
My journey with Wisdom School of Graduate Studies, Ubiquity University, began inside the Palaeolithic Caves of Dordogne, France and concluded with my Pyramid Academy Certification in Teotihuacan, Mexico. Stepping into a study of the world outside led toward the exploration of Self that extended beyond cultural and societal labels, personal stories, and beliefs. From the cauldron of sacred ceremonies, rituals, dreams, texts, dance, songs, chants, communication with various life forms, symbols, visions, Art, fire, water, earth and air, sun, moon, and stars; I was guided not by ordinary teachers, but by men and women who knew well the alchemy of merging science with mystery, darkness with light, thus creating in this student an awakening which severed time, space and identity.