ASTRONIST INSTITUTION COMMUNICATIONS
Cometan Achieves Masters with Distinction from UCLan
This statement provides details of Cometan's recent graduation from the University of Central Lancashire from his Master's Degree in which he achieved distinction.
Publication date: October 15, 2020
The Communications Office of the First Padron of the Astronist Institution is pleased to announce today that Cometan has graduated from his Master of Arts Degree at the University of Central Lancashire in the subject of Religion, Culture and Society.
Cometan achieved Masters with Distinction with a grade point average of 76.4%. As is customary in the policy of the Astronist Institution, the academic achievements of any padron are publicly available, as such, see the transcript of Cometan's grades below.
RB4000 – Religion & Society – 66
RB4003 – Contemporary Spirituality – 74
RB4009 – Abrahamic Faiths – 66
RB4011 – The Religions of Asia – 81
RB4013 – Interfaith Dialogue & Contemporary Society – 74
RB4014 – Research Methods – 76
RB4006 – MA Dissertation – 87
About his course and his recent graduation, Cometan states:
"I am very pleased to have spent a year participating in an enriching postgraduate degree course like Religion, Culture & Society. I have had the great pleasure of interacting with high calibre students and academics on a range of issues. To have researched my great passion and theory of the Astronic religious tradition for my Master's Dissertation this summer was both enlightening and exhilarating. I am looking forward to beginning the next stage of my scholarship as I turn to the topic of freedom of religion."
The Communications Office also announces that Cometan is currently in the process of submitting a research proposal in order to embark on the Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) programme at the University of Central Lancashire. We wish him the best of luck as the First Padron begins this new exciting chapter of his academic career.
Communications Office of the First Padron of the Astronist Institution
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