Hello everyone, I'm a graduate in law and in management. Now I would like to study something that is a lighter version of psychology, without having to go through multiple years of extensive study again. I came across Thomas Francis University. They are a school from the International Metaphysical Church. The founder is Dr Dough Kelley. They offer degrees in para-anthropology. These contain a lot of psychological counseling. They also offer biblical studies and even degrees in cryptozoology and ufology. 1 module takes between 14 and 35 hours to complete. A bachelor's degree consists of 5 modules. A master's degree is 7 more courses. A doctoral degree is completed by a dissertation which takes the form of answering a dozen of questions in an essay. Is this a degree mill? Can I legitimately offer parapsychological counseling after completing a doctoral degree at this university? They aren't regionally or nationally accredited but they have been accredited by IMPA (international metaphysical practitioners association). Between their graduates there were multiple verifiable testimonials from people who earned a doctoral degree in secular schooling systems and who still found the courses at TFU challenging according to their own words. Am I throwing money away here if I'm going for a doctoral degree with Thomas Francis University? They also give you ministerial credentials which can be used for visa application (religious work activities visa) in the future. Is one able to offer metaphysical counseling sessions at 50$/hour after a degree from this university? I'm hesitating between Thomas Francis University and the Internationa College Of Metaphysical Theology. University of Sedona also crossed my mind. Thoughts on Thomas Francis University? They charge 2700$ for the doctoral degree in para anthropology and I would have to complete 19 courses. Counting that a module takes between 14 and 35 hours, I could have a doctoral degree in 266 - 665 hours + the amount to complete the doctoral dissertation (approximately 20 hours).