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In Buddhist context, khyenpo (also spelled khenpo) is an academic degree similar to a doctorate in theology, philosophy, and psychology. It involves a complete theoretical education in Buddhism and generally requires a nine year study program. The word is of a Tibetan root meaning abbot or scholar.

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