MISSION STATEMENT

The University for Bio-Vibrational Science founded on May 27th 2012 shall fulfill the highest ideals of seminary and non-secular education. Foremost among its ideals is developing the full psychological and cognitive competencies of every student —in accordance with the laws of physics, chemistry, health, and nature.

 

The University is organized in accordance with Chapter 7.9 of Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board rules which outlines exemption provisions for religious institutions offering degrees, whether in person or via distance education, in religious disciplines. Further the University is organized in accordance with State of Texas Education Code 132.002 (a) (2) which provides that educational institutions may be exempted from this chapter by the commission under Subsection (d) as a nonprofit school owned, controlled, operated, and conducted by a bona fide religious, denominational, eleemosynary, or similar public institution exempt from property taxation under the laws of the State of Texas. The University is accredited by a body of its peers and through the American Association of Drugless Practitioners

Admissions is limited to registered students of the Center for Bio-Vibrational Science. Application must be made through the Center for Bio-Vibrational Science. To attain enrollment information please contact us at 1-800-279-0175 or email us at info@biovibrationalscience.com

Baccalaureate Degrees

College of Sacred Arts

 

Psycho-Energetic Counseling (PEC 101)

 

Dr. Laura Watson states “Psychoenergetics is a sacred healing modality based on a dynamic intersection between the psychoemotional dimensions of human experience and the energetic dimensions of our beings. Our emotions and psychological states are directly expressed within our energetic body. Honoring the emotions held by individuals, in counseling, we look to relieve the individual of a discordant emotional landscape through active listening and energetically identifying and working to effectively address the somatic energy body that so often holds and maintains emotions that no longer serve the individual.”

  • Required Hours: 120

Candidates for all degrees will be asked to submit dissertations relative to these studies.

​​

  • Thesis of 180 Pages - 18 hours 

  • or Thesis of 100 Pages (BVT and BPA Students) with 4th Dan (Red Belt) or 5th Dan  (Green Belt) Waiver - 10 Hours and 2 Assigned Elective Courses - 6 Hours

  • Completion of at least one course in each of the following subjects, or transfer credits applicable to - 12 Hours

    • College English*

    • College Math*

    • College History*

    • College Science*

  • Thesis Course - Work as assigned based upon the discipline chosen  - 10 Hours (Per 100 Pages)

  • Electives based on specific course assignments. - 6 Hours

  • A student may take 2 additional courses to cover the requirements of the degree.

  • Electives will vary per semester

 

Introduction to Psychology

  1. Course 1: Introduction to Psychology

  2. Course 2: Introduction to Developmental Psychology

  3. Course 3: Introduction to Clinical Psychology

  4. Course 4: Introduction to Social Psychology

  5. Course 5: Introduction to Psychological Research Methods

 

Bio-Vibrational Therapy (BVT 101)

 

Bio-Vibrational Therapy is a set of non-invasive processes facilitated by Bio-Vibrational Scientists providing cleansing for the Human energy system and redistribution of positive energy from the Universe thereby balancing the energy system as a whole and raising the bio-frequency of the student.

  • Required Hours: 120

 

Bachelors Degrees are granted under the guidance of the Wuji Kami Do school, and candidates begin to receive credit for their work in these areas after having attained a 5TH  DAN status in Wuji Kami Do.

 

  1. Course 1: Music For Wellness

  2. Course 2: Introduction to Aroma Therapy

  3. Course 3: Introduction to Light Therapy

  4. Course 4: Introduction to Reiki

  5. Course 5 Introduction to Acupressure

 


Bio-Vibrational Physical Arts (BPA 101)

 

Wuji is a synthesis of all forms of physical art, the purpose of which is the increase of Human Bio-Frequency resulting in optimal health and an immune system capable of resisting the external factors which oppose the Human Energy System’s total wellness. The key concept of the system is the alignment of the body to maximize proper energy flow. Wuji is also a hybrid of philosophical, meditative, health, and fitness disciplines that alleviate stress and increase bio-frequency. The practice of Wuji strengthens the mind leading to optimal performance in both professional and personal environments.

  • Required Hours: 120

 

 

Bachelor’s Degrees are granted under the guidance of the Wuji Kami Do School, and candidates begin to receive credit for their work in these areas after having attained a 5TH DAN status in Wuji Kami Do.


 

Psycho-Energetic Counseling (PEC 201)

 

Dr. Laura Watson states “Psychoenergetics is a sacred healing modality based on a dynamic intersection between the psychoemotional dimensions of human experience and the energetic dimensions of our beings. Our emotions and psychological states are directly expressed within our energetic body. Honoring the emotions held by individuals, in counseling, we look to relieve the individual of a discordant emotional landscape through active listening and energetically identifying and working to effectively address the somatic energy body that so often holds and maintains emotions that no longer serve the individual.”

·Required Hours: 180

 

Candidates for all degrees will be asked to submit dissertations relative to these studies. If you are a returning Southwest University of Sacred Studies students, then the Thesis Page Count includes pages approved from your prior degree.

​​

  • Thesis of 200 Pages - 20 hours 

    • or Thesis of additional 100 Pages (BVT and BPA Students) with 6th Dan (Blue Belt) or 7th Dan  (Purple Belt) Waiver - 10 Hours and 4 Assigned Elective Courses - 12 Hours

      • One Assigned Elective Course outside of the student's field of study.

      • Foreign Language is required as one of the Assigned Elective Course.

      • The final two courses should be taken in the Southwest University of Sacred Studies' Master’s Degree field of study, through correspondence, or through an assigned course at an accredited school for continuing studies.

    • Completion of at least one course in each of the following subjects, or transfer credits applicable to - 12 Hours

      • College English*

      • College Math*

      • College History*

      • College Science*

    • Thesis Course - Work as assigned based upon the discipline chosen  - 10 Hours (Per 100 Pages)

    • Electives based on specific course assignments. - 12 Hours

    • Electives will vary per semester

 
  1. Course 1: What is Psychology?

  2. Course 2: How the Brain Works

  3. Course 3: How the Mind Works

  4. Course 4: How Behavior Works

  5. Course 5: Psychology of Personal Growth


Bio-Vibrational Therapy (BVT 201)

 

Bio-Vibrational Therapy is a set of non-invasive processes facilitated by Bio-Vibrational Scientists providing cleansing for the Human energy system and redistribution of positive energy from the Universe thereby balancing the energy system as a whole and raising the bio-frequency of the student.

  • Required Hours: 180

 

Masters Degrees are granted under the guidance of the Wuji Kami Do school, and candidates begin to receive credit for their work in these areas after having attained a 7TH  DAN status in Wuji Kami Do.
 
  1. Course 1: Intermediate Sound Therapy

  2. Course 2: Intermediate Aroma Therapy

  3. Course 3: Intermediate Light Therapy

  4. Course 4: I Intermediate Reiki

  5. Course 5 Intermediate Acupressure

 
Bio-Vibrational Physical Arts (BPA 201)

 

Wuji is a synthesis of all forms of physical art, the purpose of which is the increase of Human Bio-Frequency resulting in optimal health and an immune system capable of resisting the external factors which oppose the Human Energy System’s total wellness. The key concept of the system is the alignment of the body to maximize proper energy flow. Wuji is also a hybrid of philosophical, meditative, health, and fitness disciplines that alleviate stress and increase bio-frequency. The practice of Wuji strengthens the mind leading to optimal performance in both professional and personal environments.

  • Required Hours: 180

 

 

Bio-Vibrational Therapy and Bio-Vibrational Physical Arts Masters Degrees are granted under the guidance of the Wuji Kami Do School, and candidates begin to receive credit for their work in these areas after having attained a 7TH DAN status in Wuji Kami Do.

 

Masters Degrees

College of Sacred Arts

Psycho-Energetic Counseling (PEC 301)

 

Dr. Laura Watson states “Psychoenergetics is a sacred healing modality based on a dynamic intersection between the psychoemotional dimensions of human experience and the energetic dimensions of our beings. Our emotions and psychological states are directly expressed within our energetic body. Honoring the emotions held by individuals, in counseling, we look to relieve the individual of a discordant emotional landscape through active listening and energetically identifying and working to effectively address the somatic energy body that so often holds and maintains emotions that no longer serve the individual.”

·Required Hours: 240
 

Candidates for all degrees will be asked to submit dissertations relative to these studies. If you are a returning Southwest University of Sacred Studies students, then the Thesis Page Count includes pages approved for your prior degree.

​​

  • Thesis of 300 Pages - 30 hours 

  • or Thesis of additional 100 Pages (BVT and BPA Students) with 8th Dan (Brown Belt) or 9th Dan  (Black Belt) Waiver - 10 Hours and 6 Assigned Elective Courses - 18 Hours

    • Foreign Language is required as one of the Assigned Elective Course.

    • 4 Elective Courses must be inside the Doctoral candidate's major discipline,

    • 2 Elective Courses must be outside the candidate’s major discipline.

  • Completion of at least one course in each of the following subjects, or transfer credits applicable to - 12 Hours

    • College English*

    • College Math*

    • College History*

    • College Science*

  • Thesis Course - Work as assigned based upon the discipline chosen  - 10 Hours (Per 100 Pages)

  • Electives based on specific course assignments. - 18 Hours

  • Electives will vary per semester

vCourse 1: Deep Learning through Transformative Pedagogy
vCouse 2: Principles of Designing for Humans
vCouse 3: The Science of Happiness
vCouse 4: Humanity and Nature in Chinese Thought
vCouse 5: Existential Well-being Counseling: A Person-centered Experiential Approach
vCourse 6: Introduction to Philosophy: God, Knowledge and Consciousness

 

Bio-Vibrational Therapy (BVT 301)

 

Bio-Vibrational Therapy is a set of non-invasive processes facilitated by Bio-Vibrational Scientists providing cleansing for the Human energy system and redistribution of positive energy from the Universe thereby balancing the energy system as a whole and raising the bio-frequency of the student.

  • Required Hours: 240

 

Bio-Vibrational Therapy and Bio-Vibrational Physical Arts Doctorate Degrees are granted under the guidance of the Wuji Kami Do School, and candidates begin to receive credit for their work in these areas after having attained a 9TH DAN status in Wuji Kami Do.

 

  1. Course 1: Advanced Sound Therapy

  2. Course 2: Advanced Aroma Therapy

  3. Course 3: Advanced Light Therapy

  4. Course 4: Advanced Reiki

  5. Course 5: Advanced Acupressure

 
Bio-Vibrational Physical Arts (BPA 301)

 

Wuji is a synthesis of all forms of physical art, the purpose of which is the increase of Human Bio-Frequency resulting in optimal health and an immune system capable of resisting the external factors which oppose the Human Energy System’s total wellness. The key concept of the system is the alignment of the body to maximize proper energy flow. Wuji is also a hybrid of philosophical, meditative, health, and fitness disciplines that alleviate stress and increase bio-frequency. The practice of Wuji strengthens the mind leading to optimal performance in both professional and personal environments.

  • Required Hours: 240

 

Bio-Vibrational Therapy and Bio-Vibrational Physical Arts Doctorate Degrees are granted under the guidance of the Wuji Kami Do School, and candidates begin to receive credit for their work in these areas after having attained a 9TH DAN status in Wuji Kami Do.

 

 

 

 

Baccalaureate Degrees

College of Naturopathy

Bio-Vibrational Natural Health Science and Naturopathic Science (BN&NS 101)

Bio-Vibrational Natural Health Science and Naturopathic Science assesses that human body is a  self-healing mechanism and that everything that is needed to activate that healing process is found in nature. Included in the naturopathic sciences is original research that a vegan and vegetarian diets and nutrition, as well as, information on natural remedies to eliminate illness common to the Western World  due the use of Naturopathic Science and Ayurveda in those cultures.

  • Required Hours: 120

Candidates for all degrees will be asked to submit dissertations relative to these studies. If you are a returning Southwest University of Sacred Studies students, then the Thesis Page Count includes pages approved from your prior degree.

​​

  • Thesis of 200 Pages - 20 hours 

    • or Thesis of additional 100 Pages (BVT and BPA Students) with 6th Dan (Blue Belt) or 7th Dan  (Purple Belt) Waiver - 10 Hours and 4 Assigned Elective Courses - 12 Hours

      • One Assigned Elective Course outside of the student's field of study.

      • Foreign Language is required as one of the Assigned Elective Course.

      • The final two courses should be taken in the Southwest University of Sacred Studies' Master’s Degree field of study, through correspondence, or through an assigned course at an accredited school for continuing studies.

    • Completion of at least one course in each of the following subjects, or transfer credits applicable to - 12 Hours

      • College English*

      • College Math*

      • College History*

      • College Science*

    • Thesis Course - Work as assigned based upon the discipline chosen  - 10 Hours (Per 100 Pages)

 

Bio-Vibrational Natural Health Science and Naturopathic Science (BN&NS 201)

Bio-Vibrational Natural Health Science and Naturopathic Science assesses that human body is a  self-healing mechanism and that everything that is needed to activate that healing process is found in nature. Included in the naturopathic sciences is original research that a vegan and vegetarian diets and nutrition, as well as, information on natural remedies to eliminate illness common to the Western World  due the use of Naturopathic Science and Ayurveda in those cultures.

  • Required Hours: 180

 

Candidates for all degrees will be asked to submit dissertations relative to these studies. If you are a returning Southwest University of Sacred Studies students, then the Thesis Page Count includes pages approved from your prior degree.

​​

  • Thesis of 200 Pages - 20 hours 

    • or Thesis of additional 100 Pages (BVT and BPA Students) with 6th Dan (Blue Belt) or 7th Dan  (Purple Belt) Waiver - 10 Hours and 4 Assigned Elective Courses - 12 Hours

      • One Assigned Elective Course outside of the student's field of study.

      • Foreign Language is required as one of the Assigned Elective Course.

      • The final two courses should be taken in the Southwest University of Sacred Studies' Master’s Degree field of study, through correspondence, or through an assigned course at an accredited school for continuing studies.

    • Completion of at least one course in each of the following subjects, or transfer credits applicable to - 12 Hours

      • College English*

      • College Math*

      • College History*

      • College Science*

    • Thesis Course - Work as assigned based upon the discipline chosen  - 10 Hours (Per 100 Pages)

 

 

Masters Degrees

College of Naturopathy

Bio-Vibrational Natural Health Science and Naturopathic Science (BN&NS 301)

Bio-Vibrational Natural Health Science and Naturopathic Science assesses that human body is a  self-healing mechanism and that everything that is needed to activate that healing process is found in nature. Included in the naturopathic sciences is original research that a vegan and vegetarian diets and nutrition, as well as, information on natural remedies to eliminate illness common to the Western World  due the use of Naturopathic Science and Ayurveda in those cultures.

  • Required Hours: 240

 

Candidates for all degrees will be asked to submit dissertations relative to these studies. If you are a returning Southwest University of Sacred Studies students, then the Thesis Page Count includes pages approved for your prior degree.

​​

  • Thesis of 300 Pages - 30 hours 

  • or Thesis of additional 100 Pages (BVT and BPA Students) with 8th Dan (Brown Belt) or 9th Dan  (Black Belt) Waiver - 10 Hours and 6 Assigned Elective Courses - 18 Hours

    • Foreign Language is required as one of the Assigned Elective Course.

    • 4 Elective Courses must be inside the graduate candidate's major discipline,

    • 2 Elective Courses must be outside the candidate’s major discipline.

  • Completion of at least one course in each of the following subjects, or transfer credits applicable to - 12 Hours

    • College English*

    • College Math*

    • College History*

    • College Science*

  • Thesis Course - Work as assigned based upon the discipline chosen  - 10 Hours (Per 100 Pages)

  • Electives based on specific course assignments. - 18 Hours

  • Electives will vary per semester

 

 

Doctoral Degrees

College of Naturopathy

Cognitive and Behavioral Science

 

Laboratory and clinical study of essential oils, resins, stones and other alternative cognitive and behavioral products for distribution to assess the affects of the products. Thesis includes empirical evaluation to substantiate the potency and authenticity of the ingredients

Required Hours: 240

Candidates for all degrees will be asked to submit dissertations relative to these studies. If you are a returning Southwest University of Sacred Studies students, then the Thesis Page Count includes pages approved for your prior degree.

​​

  • Thesis of 300 Pages (BVT and BPA Students) with 8th Dan (Brown Belt) or 9th - 30 hours

 

  • Must include discussion of the creating, maintaining, and evaluating of relationships with stakeholders and vendors to maintain evaluate cost point data to assure financial efficacy of processes. Must include discussion of financial reports including the balance sheet and income statement.

 

  •  Foreign Language is required as one of the Assigned Elective Course.

    • 4 Elective Courses must be inside the graduate candidate's major discipline,

    • 2 Elective Courses must be outside the candidate’s major discipline.

  • Completion of at least one course in each of the following subjects, or transfer credits applicable to - 12 Hours

    • College English*

    • College Math*

    • College History*

    • College Science*

  • Thesis Course - Work as assigned based upon the discipline chosen  - 10 Hours (Per 100 Pages)

  • Electives based on specific course assignments. - 18 Hours

  • Electives will vary per semester

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