Science has yet to discover the precise mechanism by which the individual learns.
The School of Social and Human Studies is committed to the ongoing development of social and human studies, which instills a core commitment to building a society based on social and economic justice and enhancing opportunities for human well being.
The founding principles of the school are based on the basic right of education as outlined in the Declaration of Human Rights, by providing an affordable alternative to achieve educational goals for a broad spectrum of people worldwide from different societal and economic backgrounds. We instill in our students a sense of confidence and self reliance in their ability to access the vast opportunities available through information channels, the world wide web, private, public, nonprofit, and nongovernmental organizations in an ever expanding global community. The ultimate goal of this paradigm is to empower learners and help them take advantage of the enormous array of resources from the world environment in order to eliminate the current continuum of poverty and limitations while maintaining environmental and ecological consciousness critical for sustainable development.
The School of Human and Social Studies brings a new age for distance learning closer to home for many busy professionals worldwide. Degree programs are aimed towards persons whose professional life has been related to social and human behavior, with the arts, or with cultural studies. (Other available programs)
GREAT EDUCATORS HAVE ALWAYS KNOWN THAT LEARNING IS NOT SOMETHING THAT'S LIMITED TO THE CLASSROOMS, OR THAT SHOULD BE FORCIBLY UNDERTAKEN UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF TEACHERS.
"BEING DOES NOT MEAN ACCEPTING WHAT ONE IS; IT MEANS CREATING ANOTHER SELF THAT DOES NOT EXIST."