•MVS 573 Vedic Knowledge for Everyone, 4 credits
This course will focus on the principles of fulfilling the purpose of education. The topics covered in the course will include: definition and scope of Maharishi’s Vedic Science, unfolding complete knowledge through analysis and synthesis, Maharishi’s Absolute
Theory of Education, and comparison of modern science with Maharishi’s Vedic Science.
Readings will be drawn from: Maharishi Vedic University and Constitution of India
• MVS 574 Automation in Administration, 4 credits
This course will focus on the principles of perfect administration. The topics covered in the course will include: the origin of Law and its evolution, the managing intelligence of Nature, the science and art of management, automation in administration, creativity in administration, absolute administration, Maharishi’s Absolute Theory of Government, total perspective of rulership, administration through Natural Law, and Constitution of the Universe.
Readings will be drawn from: Maharishi University of Management and Maharishi’s Absolute Theory of Government
• MVS 575 Sovereignty in Invincibility, 4 credits
This course will focus on a new world order of peace. The topics covered in the course will include: Maharishi’s Absolute Theory of Defense, the formula for an effective defense, the source of order in Nature, physics of invincibility, chemistry of invincibility, mathematics of invincibility, physiology of invincibility, and a vision of invincible order of Nature.
Readings will be drawn from: Maharishi’s Absolute Theory of Defense
• MVS 576 The Structuring Dynamics of the Human Physiology, 4 credits
This course will focus on the discovery that the laws that construct the human physiology are the same as those that give structure to the Vedic Literature, and to the administering intelligence of Natural Law described in the Vedic Literature as Vedic Devatā. The topics covered in the course will include: Upa-Veda in the physiology, Brāhmaṇa in the physiology, Prātishākhya in the physiology, and Vedic Devatā in the human physiology.
Readings will be drawn from: Human Physiology: Expression of Veda and the Vedic Literature
• MVS 577 Rāmāyan in the Human Physiology, 4 credits
This course will focus on the Rāmāyan in the structure and function of the human physiology. The topics covered in the course will include: the Vedic Devatā in the Rāmāyan, the principle characters of the Rāmāyan and their physiological roles, a summary of the 7 chapters of the Rāmāyan, and the rule of Rām—Rām Rāj.
Readings will be drawn from: Rāmāyan in Human Physiology
• MVS 578 Dawn of Total Knowledge, 4 credits
This course will focus on the field of Total Knowledge. The topics covered in the course will include: vision of Total Knowledge, the Self-Referral dynamics of consciousness, all theories of modern science in one verse of Ṛk Veda, Vedic programs to make everything perfect, Maharishi’s Vedic Science as ultra-modern science, and Maharishi’s Apaurusheya Bhāshya.
Readings will include: Celebrating Perfection in Education
• MVS 579 Capstone Writing Project, 4 credits
During this course, students will develop and present a summative written paper that serves to integrate and complete the knowledge and experience gained from the Postgraduate Certificate in Maharishi Vedic Science. (4 credits)
• MVS 524 Overview of Sanskrit, 1 credit
This course will review the fundamentals of Sanskrit, focus on the proper pronunciation of classical Sanskrit, and begin the reading program in the Vedic Literature. In addition, students will study Maharishi’s explanation of the role of Sanskrit as the language of Nature.
• MVS 527 Advanced Sanskrit, 1 credit for each of 5 courses
Reading the Vedic Literature to Enliven the Language of Nature Within, 1 credit for each of 5 courses
These courses will continue the reading program in the Vedic Literature. Each course will focus on the proper pronunciation and reading of classical Sanskrit—the language of the
Vedic Literature—which supports each basic course they are taking in the Postgraduate Certificate Program.
A student must successfully complete the 6 basic courses including the Capstone Writing Project, and 6 Sanskrit seminars, a total of 30 credits, in order to earn the Postgraduate Certificate in Maharishi Vedic Science.
One of two practicum specializations may be taken concurrently with the schedule of study.
• MVS 580 Practicum in Maharishi Vedic Technologies: Bringing Health and Wholeness to the Community
Students expand and apply their growing knowledge of Maharishi Vedic Science by functioning as professional technicians delivering such programs as the Maharishi Vedic Approach to Health preventive health and rejuvenation programs. (Variable credits)
• MVS 581 Practicum in Consciousness-Based Education: Structuring Knowledge in the Consciousness of the Student
Students expand, express and apply their growing knowledge of Maharishi Vedic Science by functioning as professional exponents of Consciousness-Based Education, the educational system based on Maharishi Vedic Science. (Variable credits)