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Certificate Program in Hindu Studies

The Certificate program in Hindu Studies (C.P.H.S) prepares Students to engage with the world as a Hindu with confidence and clarity. Along the way, it also aims to develop in the student a lifelong love for service and contribution. At the end of the program, students will be informed, empowered, and inspired by the possibilities of living a deeply fulfilled life as a Hindu, and making a real difference in the world. As Students discover the range and depth of Hindu thought, its uniquely awesome cosmology, and clear up some of the misconceptions and erroneous narratives that they have inherited, they will find themselves being profoundly transformed, naturally creating new realms of self-expression, and new possibilities for who they can now be in the world.

Students must take at least 15 Credit hours from the Core Courses in the Certificate program. They may complete the remaining 9 credit hours by taking any set of elective courses from the community education program, completing total 24 credit hours.

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From: $1,100.00 / year for 4 years and a $100.00 sign-up fee

The Certificate program in Hindu Studies (C.P.H.S) prepares Students to engage with the world as a Hindu with confidence and clarity. Along the way, it also aims to develop in the student a lifelong love for service and contribution. At the end of the program, students will be informed, empowered, and inspired by the possibilities of living a deeply fulfilled life as a Hindu, and making a real difference in the world. As Students discover the range and depth of Hindu thought, its uniquely awesome cosmology, and clear up some of the misconceptions and erroneous narratives that they have inherited, they will find themselves being profoundly transformed, naturally creating new realms of self-expression, and new possibilities for who they can now be in the world.

Students must take at least 15 Credit hours from the Core Courses in the Certificate program. They may complete the remaining 9 credit hours by taking any set of elective courses from the community education program, completing total 24 credit hours.

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Program Learning Outcomes: 

At the end of this Certificate Program, Students will:

  1. Clarify the Hindu Paradigm, having acquired an overview of Hindu principles, practices, values, history, philosophy, society, culture, traditions, and civilization.
  2. Articulate the contemporary relevance of Hindu thought and contribute its value to the Hindu community as well as to humanity in general.
  3. Apply their learning to think from a Hindu context and develop strategies for the preservation and transmission of Hindu thought across the generations.
  4. Create new pathways for service, leadership, and global engagement from a Hindu context, and new realms of self-expression for themselves.
  5. Contribute with confidence and clarity, in unique and innovative ways towards fostering the culture and traditions of Hindu Dharma.

Structure of the Program:
The certificate program consists of a total of 24 credit hours of coursework. It can be completed at the earliest in 8 quarters, if the students can take 3 Credit hours per quarter, or more slowly over time, in any case, under five years. Students must take at least 15 Credit hours from the Core Courses in the Certificate program. They may complete the remaining 9 credit hours by taking any set of elective courses from the community education program.
Pre-requisites:
The students must have completed the Orientation to Hindu Studies course minimally and must demonstrate a deep interest in service, contribution and making an impact from within a Hindu context, in order to be admitted into the Certificate Program in Hindu Studies.
Below is the list of courses-

 

Course Codes Course Names Core/ Elective Faculty
HSF5000 Orientation to Hindu Studies Core Shri. Kalyan Viswanathan
HSF1001 Exploring Hinduism – Part A – Geography and History Core Dr.Hema and Dr. Hari Kandadai
HSF1002 Exploring Hinduism – Part B – Divinities and Religion Core Dr.Hema and Dr. Hari Kandadai
HSF1003 Exploring Hinduism – Part C – Timekeeping, Calendar and Celebrating Cosmic Connect Core Dr.Hema and Dr. Hari Kandadai
HSF1004 Exploring Hinduism – Part D – Society and Culture Core Dr.Hema and Dr. Hari Kandadai
HAM4201 Reconstructing Hindu History – The Commissions Core Dr. Raj Vedam
HAM4202 Reconstructing Hindu History – The Ommissions Core Dr. Raj Vedam
YOG2001 The Yoga in the Bhagavad Gita Core Dr. Shriram Sarvottham
YOG2002 The Yoga of the Yoga Sutras Core Dr. Shriram Sarvottham
TAT3104 Hindu Temples and Traditions Core Dr. Kanniks Kannikeswaran
TAT4001 Advaita, Visistadvaita, Dvaita, – The three flavors of Vedanta Sastra Core Mr. Krishna Kashyap
HAM2100 How Hindu Dharma -Transformed America Core Dr. Philip Goldberg
TAT1101 Ayurveda – The Wisdom of Wellbeing Core Ms. Luvena Krishnamurthy
HSF1005 Lessons from the Valmiki Ramayana Core Mr. Shantanu Gupta
HSF2001 Introduction to Hindu Philosophy: Shad Darshanas. Core Dr. Kalika Uttarkar
HSF1101 Living our Svadharma in a contemporary world. Core Swamini Brahmaprajnyananda
HSF1401 Introduction to the Vedic Ritual Core Shri. Sree Aswath
HSF1203 Hindu Contributions in the Realm of Mind – Part A – Arts and Sciences Elective Dr.Hema and Dr. Hari Kandadai
HSF1204 Hindu Contributions in the Realm of Mind Part B – Life and Lifestyle Elective Dr.Hema and Dr. Hari Kandadai
HSF1201 Hindu Contributions in the Realm of Matter Part A – Big 5 Elective Dr.Hema and Dr. Hari Kandadai
HSF1202 Hindu Contributions in the Realm of Matter Part B – Game Changer Elective Dr.Hema and Dr. Hari Kandadai
TAT3102 Hindu Musical Traditions – A Historical Prespective Elective Dr. Kanniks Kannikeswaran
TAT3101 Hindu Musical Traditions – A Cultural Immersion Elective Dr. Kanniks Kannikeswaran
TAT1001 Introduction to the daśaśāntimantras Elective Dr. Swaminathan
TAT1102 Disease through the Lens of Ayurveda Elective Ms. Luvena Krishnamurthy
TAT4002 The Three Vedantic perspectives on the Bhagavad Gita Elective Mr. Krishna Kashyap
TAT3101 Hindu Musical Traditions – A Cultural Immersion Elective Dr. Kanniks Kannikeswaran
YOG2100 An Immersive exploration of the iconic “Autobiography of a Yogi” Elective Dr. Philip Goldberg
HSF1301 Bhagvad-Gita for the beginner – Deha Elective Mr. Gopi Prasad
HSF1302 Bhagvad-Gita for the beginner – Gnana Elective Mr. Gopi Prasad
HSF1303 Bhagvad-Gita for the beginner – Yoga Elective Mr. Gopi Prasad
CPS2001 The Dharma of Global Sustainability Elective Dr. Sailesh Rao
CPS2002 The Yoga of Global Transformation Elective  Dr. Sailesh Rao
HSF1007 Discover the contemporary relevance of Hindu Dharma Elective Mr. Jeffrey Armstrong
YOG3100 Antaranga Yoga Elective Sri Raghu Anantnarayan
YOG3101 Antaranga Mandapam Elective Sri Raghu Anantnarayan
HSF3101 The Renaissance of Sanatana Dharma in the Light of Sri Aurobindo – Part 1 Elective Dr.Sampadananda Mishra
HSF3102 The Renaissance of Sanatana Dharma in the Light of Sri Aurobindo – Part 2 Elective Dr.Sampadananda Mishra
HSF3201 Sankhya Darshana through the Sankhya Karika – Part 1 Elective Dr. Kuldip Dhiman
HSF3202 Sankhya Darshana through the Sankhya Karika – Part 2 Elective Dr. Kuldip Dhiman
HSF3301 Ramayana for Excellence in Management and Leadership Elective Dr. Balkrishnan Muniapan
TAT1201 Sri Ramcharitmanas – Continuity in Change Elective Dr.Indrani, Sadhvi Giri, Geeta V. Ji
HSF3001 Upanishadic Dialogues – I: The Chandogya Upanishad Elective Dr. Narasimhan Anantharangachar

 

 

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Payment Plan

1-Year, 2-Year, 3-Year, 4-Year

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