Master of Arts in Life Physics
The M.A. in Life Physics program provides a solid foundation in basic sciences such as physics and biology. This foundation allows students to identify energies which constitute the structure of the human body. This academic program will help students identify the differences between ordinary physical energies and subtle energies. Clinical applications of the use of sound and biofeedback are also part of the curriculum.
The core courses are designed to provide the graduate student with a solid foundation in biophysics, research methodologies, traditional Chinese medicine, anatomy, and physiology.
Students with graduate credits in one or more of the discipline above could take advantage of the CIHS transfer policies. For additional information on transfer policies, please contact your academic advisor or program director.
Fifty-two (52) quarter units are required to complete the Master of Arts program in Life Physics.
LP 501 Foundations in Integral Studies (4 units)
LP 503 * Counseling and Communication Skills (4 units)
LP 504** Spiritual Education (4 units)
LP 505 Introduction to Qualitative and Quantitative Research (4 units)
LP 506 Research Statistics (4 units)
LP 508 Introduction to AMI Research (4 units)
LP 521 Basic Notions of Biophysics (4 units)
LP 523 Traditional Chinese Medicine and Subtle Energy Systems (4 units)
LP 525 Anatomy & Physiology (4 units)
LP 527 Paradigms of Health and Disease (4 units)
LP 540 Bio-psychology (4 units)
PSY635* Foundations of Life Coaching fulfills the requirements for LP 503
** Additional units of this course may be taken as electives.
LP 600 Foundations of Research with the Apparatus for Meridian Identification (4 units)
LP 605 Survey of Complementary Medicine (4 units)
LP 610 Consciousness Studies (4 units)
LP 620 Electrophysiology & Biofeedback (4 units)
LP 626 Biophoton Research Basics (2 untis)
LP 630 Behavioral Psychoacoustics (4 units)
LP 650 Cellular Biocommunication (4 units)
LP 660 Influence of Geocosmic Phenomena on Biological Processes (4 units)
LP 670 Introduction to Homeopathy (4 units)
LP 675 Measurement of Meridian Signal Frequency and Electric Potential (6 units)
LP 676 Measurement of Signal Transmission Speed (6 units)
LP 677 Biophoton Application (4 units)
LP 678 EEG and Differential Amplifier (6 units)
LP 679 Developing the Chakras (6 units)
LP 680 Topics of Special Interest (4-8 units)
LP 690 Thesis (6 units)
LP 699 Independent Study (2-12 units)
Courses from other CIHS departments can also be taken as electives with the program director’s approval.