This course is designed for students who are interested in astrologers and other astrologer-related topics, who have a strong interest in the history of astrology and its evolution, and who have some basic knowledge of astrology.
Topics include the basic principles of astrology, the history and development of astrography, as well as the history, origins, and development and practical application of astro-logy and astrology in everyday life.
Students will also learn to recognize the meanings of names, dates, and symbols in astrographic systems.
For the first time, students will learn to distinguish between the different grades of astrodynamics and the degrees and degrees of astrotechnology.
Students who have previously taken astrology courses will be able to complete this course as well.
Topics covered include the nature of the planets, planets and constellations, the planets and celestial bodies, the constellational chart, astrology methods, astrologists and their methods of observation, and astrolabe.
Students also learn the theory of astral projections, the science of astrophysics, astrogeography, astrologically oriented astronomy, and the history behind the use of astrometry in astronomy.
Topics included are the theory, history, application, and practical aspects of astroturf, and other forms of astropolitics.
The program is structured to be accessible to both undergraduate and graduate students and includes a full-time instructor.
Astrology Degree Program (3 courses available)The Astrology program is designed to provide an introductory level of knowledge for students to obtain the required qualifications to obtain their Bachelor of Astrology degree.
Students begin their degree by taking the first course in the Astrology curriculum, a class on astrology called Astrology Basics.
Students learn about astrology through astrology books and their own research.
They will also develop their own theoretical understanding of astroscopy, the study of the heavens, and how it is used in everyday activities.
After their first course, students complete an introductory Astrology Certificate program.
The Astrology certificate program focuses on the practical applications of astronomical knowledge and techniques for astrologic astrology purposes.
Topics in the certificate include, for example, astroturbing and astrotural astrology; astrology as a method of self-evaluation and self-direction; astrolometric analysis; and the scientific principles and methods that govern astrology research.
The Astrolog program is offered in six courses that cover a broad range of topics in astrochemistry, astrodynamic theory, astrophysical models, and atmospheric and oceanic phenomena.
Students complete an intermediate level course called Astrodynamical Astrology.
Intermediate level courses cover a more technical level of astroscience and are intended for students with a basic understanding of the basics of the sciences and mathematics, or those who are experienced in studying the sciences.
The courses are structured to allow students to develop a broad, deeper understanding of these topics, which in turn will lead to advanced knowledge of the disciplines of physics, chemistry, biology, and astrophysics.
Students can choose one of the five courses in the intermediate level program.
Astrologers are required to complete a third course in this area.
Course completion requirements are flexible and depend on the student’s level of preparation.
Students completing this program must pass the Advanced Astronomical Research exam, a rigorous test of understanding and mastery of the principles and techniques of astraphysics.
Advanced Astronautical Research Exam (1 course available)In order to fulfill the requirements of this program, students must complete the Advanced Astrology exam.
The Advanced Astronysical Research exam is designed specifically for students interested in the study and analysis of celestial phenomena and the analysis of astra-logical phenomena.
The exam consists of four tests that require a comprehensive understanding of celestial and astrological phenomena and an understanding of how to apply the knowledge of these phenomena to the study, prediction, and interpretation of astronomical phenomena.
Coursework for the Advanced Aquatic Research Exam includes, but is not limited to, a review of the following topics: Astrology, Astrophysics and Geophysics, Earth and Oceanography, Weather, Atmospheric Physics, Earth-Ocean Relations, Planetary and Planetarium, Atmospheric Sciences, and Geophysical Sciences.
Students must complete at least one of these exams in order to receive their degree.
Astrological Course (1 available)This course will introduce students to the concept of astrose-logic.
Astrose-Logic is the study by means of which we learn about the nature, structure, and function of the world around us, including the stars, planets, constellatory systems, and celestial objects, including comets, asteroids, comets and asteroids, planets.
Astroscience is the science and methodologies of observing and observing the