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Certificate Programs in Magoist Studies

Pursue Your Vision as a Mago Scholar or Mago Associate in Magoist Studies!

Why Magoist Studies? Because it provides one with the perspective of the Whole, Being Here and Now for all, that has begun from the Great Goddess and guides us through our cosmic and personal time/space. Magoist Studies Programs aim at promoting the consciousness of WE that is derived from the knowing of the Great Goddess/Primordial Mother/Creatrix. All programs and activities are designed to awaken one’s innate power to self-teach (de-educate), self-heal, and self-transform. Reading/researching/writing/creating is our guide to enter S/HE Reality or the Way of the Great Goddess (Mago). By cultivating/sharpening/refining gynocentric intellectuality, we re-member oneself and the terrestrial eco-community to the Original Story of WE/HERE/NOW at the time of rapid changes brought by doomed patriarchy.

Mago Scholars: Participants and co-facilitators in Mago Studies Programs with an aim of attaining a certificate. Meet our Mago Scholars here.  

Mago Associates: Participants in Magoist Studies Programs without an aim of attaining a certificate. Nonetheless, the classes taken can be redeemed toward one of the following three Certificate Programs in Magoist Studies at a later time.

As we are at the beginning stage, applicants are encouraged to begin with researching a topic that can fall on one or more of the following course topics with consulation with Dr. Hwang. Program guidelines are subjected to modification and will be notified to individual members in a timely manner.


Magoist Studies Programs

Track 1: Magoist Korean Culture and Spirituality Certificate

Coursework: 5 Elective Courses and 4 Special Topics Courses (You may choose and modify course topics from Elective Courses)

Required for the Certificate: Three Required Courses as part of Coursework (#1 Introduction to Magoism and two of the four options in #2, see below). One research paper (minimum of 2400 words) or three essays (minimum of 800 words each), or the equivalent creative work. All should be in publishable quality for the Return to Mago E-Magazine standard.

Track 2: Magoist Peace and Activism Certificate

Coursework: 5 Elective Courses and 4 Special Topics Courses (You may choose and modify course topics from Elective Courses)

Required for the Certificate: Three Required Courses as part of Coursework (#1 Introduction to Magoism and two of the four options in #2, see below). One research paper (minimum of 2400 words) or three essays (minimum of 800 words each), or the equivalent creative work. All should be in publishable quality for the Return to Mago E-Magazine standard.

Track 3: Magoist Cross-cultural Studies Certificate

Coursework: 5 Elective Courses and 4 Special Topics Courses (You may choose and modify course topics from Elective Courses)

Required for the Certificate: Three Required Courses as part of Coursework (#1 Introduction to Magoism and two of the four options in #2, see below).  One research paper (minimum of 2400 words) or three essays (minimum of 800 words each), or the equivalent creative work. All should be in publishable quality for the Return to Mago E-Magazine standard.

(For more, read here.)


Helen Hwang headshotFounding Director Dr. Helen Hye-Sook Hwang

Upon Inaugurating Mago Academy 

Personally, the foundation of Mago Academy is a natural growth out of my life’s search and endeavor crystallized in the knowing of Mago, the Great Goddess, known to East Asians. It is a vision to be materialized, one meant to be birthed in due time. (See the complete speech.)