Doctor of Ministry (DMin) in Engaged Wisdom Ubiquity University
Our DMin program is open to a spectrum of disciplines and interests. It aims to address a range of problems in virtually every area of human and ecological concern. Our doctoral program is dedicated to helping you shape and co-create a new global civilization so the human species can learn to act as responsible and respectful stewards of our larger planetary ecosystem.
At every level in the doctoral process, you are supported by mentors and coaches. You will be required to take certain core courses and will have the freedom to design the rest of your program in consultation with your mentors and the Dean of Graduate Studies.
Students can select courses from either inside Ubiquity or outside Ubiquity. This means that if there is a course you need to take that is offered through another institution, you are free to do so. Ubiquity’s in-person courses are also available for doctoral credit.
To apply to our DMin program please write to Dean of Graduate Studies, Dr. Gyorgyi Szabo ([email protected]) who will contact you and discuss your aspirations and potential pathway. All doctoral students must supply transcripts of previous education and write an essay indicating the area of research they want to explore.
Doctoral students must complete four core courses offered by Ubiquity University as well as write a doctoral dissertation. The remaining courses can be taken from Ubiquity or elsewhere as specific courses related to the chosen field of study.
4 core courses:
- Dissertation Writing and Research Methods with Dr. Gyorgyi Szabo (4 credits in-person)
- Great Books with Dr. Jim Garrison and Dr. Gyorgyi Szabo (3 credits online)
- Wisdom at the Cutting Edge of Civilization with Dr. Jim Garrison and others (4 credits in-person)
- Ubiquity Chartres Academy, meeting annually in Chartres, France (4 credits in-person)
Please note that the Wisdom at the Cutting Edge of Civilization and the Ubiquity Chartres Academy courses could be substituted by another Ubiquity University offered course pending agreement with the Dean of Graduate Studies.
Total: 15 credits
36 credits must be completed from courses plus 24 credits attained for the doctoral dissertation, totaling 60 credits.