|Degrees, Programs and
The courses available through GTU will be designed, crafted and taught by faculty members and educators, scholars, and professionals affiliated with GTU. GTU has an outline for provisional degree programs in Parapometrics at the bachelor's, master's and doctoral levels. It is important for all prospective students and educators to realize that GTU is not yet an accredited university.
GTU will be able to help students reach the goal of obtaining a broad-based, organic education grounded on the foundations of organic law. GTU will provide bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees through a combination of its own courses, courses provided by accredited universities, and competency-based credentials from relevant and qualified fields of study and experience.
GTU will initially offer correspondence study programs in Parapometrics to a limited number of qualified students and those programs will be supplemented as soon as possible through the use of the Internet.
The University's study programs will be tailored for each student and will include a four-year Bachelors Degree Program, a two-year Masters Degree Program, and a three-year Doctoral Degree Program.
The study programs will initially be offered through the University's International Parapometrics Institute.
The broad contours of the various provisional degree programs in Parapometrics will be subject to on-going change and refinement.
It is important for all prospective students of Parapometrics to understand that the study of power is not an insular or isolated specialty. It is an integral part of all existing academic disciplines that requires seeing those disciplines through different eyes, the eyes of a new and transcending paradigm. The ramifications of power pervade some disciplines more than others, and in some cases, such as economics, the traditional treatment of the subject can more accurately be described as a pseudology rather than a legitimate academic discipline.
The study of power is thus most productive and rewarding for students when it is done in conjunction with traditional courses and degree programs from accredited colleges and universities in the United States and abroad. This is particularly the case at the Bachelors level when students are beginning the process of college- level studies.
Central to the study of Parapometrics is an understanding of the power parameters of money and international trade, the implications of which reverberate throughout the social sciences, philosophy, theology and law. The advanced study of Parapometrics thus requires certain prerequisite courses in such traditional disciplines as accounting, economics, economic history and finance.
As GTU is not yet an accredited institution providing such courses, students lacking the necessary foundation in these areas will be asked to take appropriate courses through accredited colleges and universities in the United States or abroad. The courses through GTU will subject these traditional disciplines to scrutiny under the Parapometrics methodology to reveal their alternative and esoteric realities and paradigms.
Study programs through GTU will be specifically crafted around a student's academic background and career objectives. Whenever appropriate, all subjects taught through GTU will integrate the contributions of the great scholars and the "Great Books" of Western Civilization. Programs will also encompass the new genealogy of Western monetary scholars who helped lay the intellectual foundation for the formultion of organic monetary law.
Careers in banking, finance, journalism, law and the Christian ministry particularly lend themselves to benefit from the study of Parapometrics. Students just commencing their undergraduate studies and wishing to apply for admission to a Parapometrics degree program through GTU should optimally be working toward a Bachelors degree at an accredited college or university, and preferably in a program of study that includes at least introductory courses in such traditional disciplines as accounting, economics, economic history, finance and law. These subject areas not only provide a foundation for the study of power, they are also basic to traditional business and other degrees that are useful for many career paths. Courses providing communication skills and the command of language are also highly recommended.
Provisional Bachelor's Degree
P 101 Rhetoric I.
P 106 Rhetoric II.
P 201 Astronomy I.
P 206 Astronomy II.
P 301 Music I.
P 306 Music II.
P 401 Introduction to the History of Western Philosophy I.
P 406 Introduction to the History of Western Philosophy II.
Provisional Master's Degree
P 501 Christianity-and the Historical Foundations of Western Theology I.
P 506 Christianity-and the Historical Foundations of Western Theology II.
P 611 The Power Parameters of Banking.
P 616 Organic Accounting II.
Provisional Doctoral Degree
P 701 In depth analyses of the Monetary and Resource Parameters of Power by analyzing the legal foundations of specific political, financial and trading agendas, such as:
P 702 Independent Study.
P 704 In depth analyses of the Spiritual or Theological Parameter of Power.
P 705 The Revelations of Organic Theology and Law.
P 706 Independent Study.
P 801 In depth analyses of the Cultural and Racial or Genetic Parameters of Power.
P 805 In depth analyses of the Ideational or Philosophical Parameters of Power.
P 901 In depth analyses of the Political and Enforcement or Military Parameters of
P 903 Independent Study.
P 905 In depth analyses of the Enforcement of Organic Law.
While study schedules for GTU students will be tailored to accommodate the circumstances of individual students, diligent and continuous study will be required for successful graduation.
Graduating students receive B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. degrees in Parapometrics through the International Parapometrics Institute of GTU.
Depending on demand GTU will initiate Certification Programs for the study of selected subject areas of Parapometrics. The Certification Programs will be designed to cater to those individuals who have a focused area of interest they wish to study and who want more depth than they can obtain from a Seminar Program alone, but who are unable to devote the time to a full degree program.
The individual subject areas available for study toward a Bachelors degree will provide the foundation for the Certification Programs with a prerequisite emphasis on introductory courses on the power parameters of money. Other subject areas will be considered on an individual basis.
The specific focus of study will be crafted to accommodate individuals' needs as much as possible and will be sufficiently in depth to meet the University's academic standards. Graduates of the Certification Programs will be awarded a Certificate of Study in Parapometrics through the University's International Parapometrics Institute.
GTU will offer instruction through affiliated individual and institutional educators. These will be qualified individuals and institutions who have prepared appropriate courses acceptable to GTU standards.
GTU encourages scholars and educators to review the provisional degree programs for students of Parapometrics to see which subject areas they feel they might be qualified to instruct. GTU invites those who are supportive of its mission, interested in participating in the University's development, qualified in the subject areas of the new curriculum, and who have crafted their subject areas into an acceptable curriculum format, to submit their vitae and outline of proposed course materials to the secretary of GTU either at P.O. Box 15480, Jackson, WY 83002, or firstname.lastname@example.org . Submissions become the property of GTU and will only be returned if accompanied by an appropriate, postage pre-paid package. If you would like to be kept abreast of GTU developments via mail or e-mail, just sign up for our mailing list. Educators can also lend their support by joining the Academy of Western Scholars.
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