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I had a look at the curriculum, definitely no science. A grab bag of metaphysics though. Their accreditation is Spiritual
NOTE: This is spiritual accreditation, not secular accreditation. (Secular means "non-spiritual"). Education at UMS is not a substitute for education at traditional or secular colleges. University of Metaphysical Sciences is not a Title IV school, which is what is necessary if you want to use federal student loans or grants. UMS does not teach math, English, or other required courses for credit at other colleges. Your degree at University of Metaphysical Sciences is not transferable for credit at secular universities and is strictly religious in nature. If you desire to pursue a secular degree such as engineering, law or medical professions, for instance, you cannot use a Bachelor's degree from University of Metaphysical Sciences to substitute for your lower level classes in that degree field with another college.
The website says the courses were written by a team and edited by the founder Christine Breese
. If you're interested in enrolling perhaps spend a little time learning about her world view to be sure it's something you agree with
Also with so many different courses in the degree programs I would speculate how much depth each goes into... It looks like a big collection of workshops to me. This is purely my impression of course, a student could explain far better.
If you really want a DD. Ph.D. after your name and metaphysics is your thing then why not... Just be aware it's not a recognized qualification and calling yourself a Philosophical Doctor of Metaphysics around actual Doctors of Philosophy could lead to arguments about your understanding of "metaphysics"...