Alumnos Clase Mistica

ACADEMIC PROGRAMME

ACADEMIC PROGRAMME

Its academic program offers an immediate response to the international demand that already exists in the field of mysticism. Its finest "The Master of Mysticism and Human Sciences" is set and endorsed by the Catholic University of Avila.

Along with the Master of Mysticism and Human Sciences, the University of Mysticism offers a variety of events and courses, on weekends and during summer: 1. The CreEs School, offers courses that help "Spiritual Growth", 2. The AcES School, offers courses of spiritual guidance, 3. Diploma in educational skills for the interior life and, 4. Cognitive Coaching.

In addition, starting the summer of 2012, the Center offers an course on Prayer and on the Pastoral of Prayer.

On the other hand, you can also choose to attend other learning courses. They are of intensive nature and are given on weekends from January to June. The student receives guidance on readings and assignments to support the lectures. To obtain the diploma a paperwork or memory will be required at the end of the couse. All attendees will receive a certificate of recognition by the CITES (University of Mysticism). In addition, credits will be approved in light of completing the Master in Mysticism and Human Sciences.

Since 1996, CITeS signed a collaboration agreement with the Pontifical University of Salamanca, by this agreement the University would validate the subjects studied in CITeS to students being in possession of Bachelor of Theology or equivalent who decide to continue the BA and Ph.D. from the Faculty of Theology at the Pontificia de Salamanca.

 The full course is 50% CITeS is equivalent to the biennium of the Faculty of Theology. Outside the agreement but at the same proportion, our studies have been validated by the University of Comillas (Madrid), Northern Spain at its headquarters in Burgos and Vitoria. The de Deusto, La Católica de Costa Rica, Rio de Janeiro Pontifical CEVHAC and Mexico and to less proportion CITeS studies are also recognized by the Teresianum Faculty of Theology of Rome.

 

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