Buddhist Studies Certificate

New! Buddhist Studies Certificate

Buddhist certificate

UW-Waukesha is now offering a Buddhist Studies Certificate with instructor Michael Mullooly!  Students are able to register for classes at their own pace and finish their certificate with the last class, Master Class in Buddhist Studies.  From its roots in Asia twenty-five centuries ago, Buddhism still exists as one of the major spiritual forces in today’s world.  Its compelling insights into human existence offer an ancient, yet relevant alternative to the materialism of the modern age. 

From its roots in Asia twenty-five centuries ago, Buddhism still exists as one of the major spiritual forces in today’s world. Its compelling insights into human existence offer an ancient yet relevant alternative to the materialism of the modern age. The Buddhist Studies program at UW-Waukesha, offers a solid grounding in the Buddhist path. Knowledge of this path can assist mental health workers, religious professionals, artists, educators, and wisdom seekers in their endeavors.

Buddhism has the power to transform cultures as well as individual lives. When one completes the eight course sequence, a Certificate in Buddhist Studies will be awarded. Interested? Call Continuing Education 262-521-5460 for more information!

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 Courses:

Introduction to Buddhism

Buddhist Iconography

History of Zen Buddhism

Buddhist Meditation

Buddhist Literature

History of Buddhist Thought

Tibetan Buddhism

Master Class in Buddhist Studies

Buddhism has the power to transform cultures as well as individual lives.  When one completes the eight course sequence, a Certificate in Buddhist Studies will be awarded.  Interested? Call Continuing Education for more information!

Meet your instructor, Michael Mullooly, MA, Buddhist Studies

Mike Mullooly-Buddhist Studies Certificate

Michael graduated with a terminal Masters of Arts degree in the Languages and Cultures of Asia from UW-Madison, and also holds degrees in philosophy and history from Marquette University.  Since 2006, he has taught many popular courses through UW-Waukesha’s Continuing Education program, and has traveled and led various tours through Asia.