Master of Arts in Global Social Witnessing
Ubiquity University is partnering with The Academy of Inner Science (IAS) to offer students an opportunity to earn a Master’s Degree in Global Social Witnessing.
Want to upgrade your coursework in Global Social Witnessing to a Master's degree?
Complete your MA thesis with Ubiquity and do just that!
The Master’s in Global Social Witnessing is a collaborative MA program between UU and AIS.
The goal of MA in GSW is to enhance students’ witnessing competence for their transformative action research in the world. In this transformative research students should be able to address the three included components: knowledge (cognitive understanding of the witnessed subject matter); self-mastery (their socio-emotional reflection about their values, beliefs and cultural norms and how those may have shifted during the program); and impact (behavioral changes they intend to make in their personal and professional lives based upon what they have witnessed in the program).
MA in Global Social Witnessing
Global Social Witnessing: Foundations
The Science of Witnessing
Art as Global Social Witnessing
Creative Journey to Dissertation
*The price quoted above does not include the cost of your AIS coursework nor the basic cost for Chartres or other electives
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The Ubiquity Graduate Degree
The Ubiquity MA/PhD combines the US and European designs of Master’s programs with a blend of taught learning with research and writing. The Master’s thesis or PhD dissertation must demonstrate excellence at every level. It must show awareness of the history of the literature in your particular area; demonstrate careful analysis and understanding of the field in question; and, most importantly, show how your insight can be applied to the real world. The thesis/dissertation must be scholarly and utilize extensive bibliographical data and footnotes. It should, in other words, be an impeccable work of research.
The Creative Journey to Dissertation - Finding Your Voice, Making your Mark
The “Creative Journey to Dissertation” is a 1-week intensive during which you will work directly with our Dean of Graduate Studies Dr. Gyorgyi Szabo. The course is a critical part of the dissertation writing process and is a requirement for all MA candidates.
Faculty: Gyorgyi Szabo
Support during your Graduate Program
During your graduate dissertation writing you will be supported by a Major Advisor of your own choosing, as well as optional writing courses and writing mentorship.
Want to know more about the Global Social Witnessing Program with AIS?
Global Social Witnessing (GSW) is an essential new social technology that offers a way to restore possibility. First introduced by Thomas Hübl in 2017, it is about developing the human capacity to mindfully attend to global events with an embodied awareness, creating an inner world space mirroring these events. In doing so we increase our ability to respond, and more effective healing and peace-building become possible.
The target students of the MA in GSW are Change-makers, including: educators, political activists, artists, local and global leaders, etc.