The Masters of Arts program in yoga is a two-year academic program, spread over a total of four Semesters, comprising 16 weeks each. In-between terms, as part of their summer projects, students will have the opportunity to receive hands-on training at The Art of Living Yoga centres located across the world.
Objectives of the course:
- To prepare professionals in yoga science who can teach at college and universities.
- To train individuals to work as yoga therapists.
- To enable individuals to pursue research in yogic sciences.
- To develop yoga and management skills to inspire employable Yoga entrepreneurs
The Faculty of Naturopathy and Yogic Sciences at Sri Sri University incorporates a variety of teaching methods, involving both classical learning and practical techniques. The course curriculum is unique to the university and incorporates traditional yoga philosophy with techniques relevant to present-day lifestyles.
Total Credits required to complete the MA in Yoga are 80. The evaluation process will take into account the spiritual discipline of students.