Despite the general critical opinion of
paranormal research among the scientific community, paranormal science is
the noblest of callings because it directly impacts the human condition unlike
any other field of study. Paranormal research has the potential to make
life-changing discoveries about human existence, extraterrestrial life, and our
place in the Cosmos. For example, proof of life after death and/or proof that we
are not alone in the universe would be the greatest discoveries of all time and
have immense meaning for our lives. Paranormal research involves nearly all
The Paranormal Science Metaphysics Degree
covers all aspects of paranormal research and parapsychology giving students a
broad base of knowledge. This course also includes training in Ufology so students will
learn all aspects of paranormal research. Students who wish to conduct
paranormal research and investigations can choose from the specializations
below. The curriculum for all specializations in this category is the same.
This specialization is excellent for students who
desire to conduct paranormal research, start and lead a paranormal investigation team, write
books on paranormal topics, present lectures and talks in the paranormal field,
in this category include:
Doctor of Metaphysical Humanistic
Specializing in (will be printed on
your Master's and Doctoral diplomas):
Paranormal Science MHs.D
Anomalous Research MHs.D
These specializations are the general designations
for this path and can cover all areas of paranormal research and
investigation. These designations are also a good choice for students who may
have an interest in all forms of anomalous research.
Parapsychology is the choice if you desire to focus on psi phenomena including
psychokinesis and the study of psychic phenomena.
EVP Research MHs.D
This specialization is for students who desire to focus on analyzing
and researching Electronic Voice Phenomena. Course MHs.M29:
Certified EVP Technician is also required for this specialization.
Interested in a Paranormal Science or
Certification Instead of a Degree?
Students who desire to become certified-only in this
area (no Bachelor's, Master's, or Doctoral degrees) can do so at our sister
school, the International College of Humanistic Science (ICHS).
Fewer courses are required.
Get more information on this certification.
Twelve courses are required for a Bachelor's and
Master's Degree / Certification. For a doctoral degree, the Doctoral Degree
Assignment is required. The courses below have been
pre-determined for this specific degree. More information about each course is
provided on the
Course Descriptions page or in the
IMHS Catalog. Students are also free to take additional courses
beyond the 12 required to graduate if desired. Additional courses are
available at the same low tuition rate on a per course basis.
MHs.B1: The Nature of Metaphysics
MHs.B2: Metaphysical Self-Mastery
MHs.B3: Metaphysical Intercommunication
MHs.B4: Metaphysical Principles of Enhanced Relationships
MHs.B5: Metaphysical Critical Thinking and Self-Direction
MHs.M1: Metaphysical Reinvention and Ordination
MHs.M2: Advanced Metaphysical Concepts
MHs.M3: Metaphysical Psychology
MHs.M7: Developing Your Innate Psychic and Intuitive Powers
MHs.M16: Paranormal Science
Forensic Anomalous Evidence Analysis and Collection
Plus 1 elective course from the
Additional Related Courses Available
(students can choose these as electives if desired or take them in
addition to the required courses):
MHs.M19: Starting and Leading an Anomalous Research Team
(CLPI graduates will receive a grade and tuition credit for this
course provided they choose it as an elective. They will not need to
MHs.M29: Certified EVP Technician
Please see the
Tuition and Enrollment Page for tuition options.
Graduates of the IMHS,
NewAgeClass.com, or ParaNexus CPI
course will be given a corresponding tuition
credit in the amount they paid for the CPI course.
The "Paranormal Science" and "Anomalous
Research" specializations above are also available at the
College of Humanistic Science (ICHS) for students who desire a
degree program with less spiritual development and fewer courses.