The pilot program may start with a 24-month residential Masters of Arts (MGH) Degree in Global Harmony. The students may obtain a local and global perspective in all areas of human development from the leading experts in the world with mandatory programs on physical and mental health. During this period, the students may help develop curriculum for the soon to be offered undergraduate program.
After the Institute has successfully graduated its first batch of graduates, the Institute may offer the MGH graduates a doctoral program in the areas of their respective specialization leading to a Doctor of Arts (DGH) in Global Harmony.
After four years since inception, the Institute may open a four year Higher Secondary School (grade 9 through 12) leading to a Baccalaureate (or High School) Certificate (CGH) in Global Harmony.
The pilot program may have an initial enrolment of 50 students from all the 5 continents of Asia, Europe, Middle East and Africa, North America, and South America. The selected students may represent diversity of faith, race, and gender, political, social and economic systems. The enrolment may successively increase fifty-percent every year to a maximum dependent upon resources, infrastructure and other considerations.