We have the honor of partnering with some great educational institutions that offer our courses for undergraduate and graduate-level credit.
Reasons Institute has partnered with Northern California Bible College (NCBC) to offer transferrable undergraduate Bible college credit for our courses.
NCBC is nationally accredited through TRACS (https://ncbc.net/accreditation/) to offer both an AA and a BA in biblical studies. Students should check with the NCBC registrar’s office to verify course transfer requirements.
Any courses need to be taken as certificate courses through RI. The student will then need to enroll at NCBC on their own before they can request the transfer of their courses from RI. A transcript is sent upon request through an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Reasons Institute has partnered with Erskine College to provide medical students with accredited courses that integrate science and faith. (Please contact Erskine directly for details.)
- World Religions and Science
- Creation and the Bible
- Astronomy and Design
- Advanced Seminar on Astronomy and Design
- Creation vs. Evolution
- Critical Thinking Skills
Erskine College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS). Students should check with the Erskine registrar’s office in order to verify transfer eligibility.
Reasons Institute has partnered with the Master of Arts in Science and Religion (MASR) program at Biola University Talbot School of Theology to offer graduate-level credit for some of our courses.
- Advanced Seminar on Human Origins
- Advanced Seminar on the Origin of Life
- Advanced Seminar on Biochemical Design
Biola University is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC). Students should check with the Biola registrar’s office in order to verify transfer eligibility.
For more information about how to register for courses through Biola, visit the Reasons Institute Registration and Tuition page and click on the Graduate tab.
Reasons Institute has partnered with the Regent University School of Divinity to help train future pastors in science-faith discussions by developing required courses for all master’s level (COSM 500) and doctoral level (COSM 700) students. Additionally, we have helped Regent develop a Master’s of the Arts in Apologetics & Cosmogony program. Regent offers this entire graduate-level degree online.
Regent University is accredited by a number of educational bodies. Students should check with the Regent registrar’s office in order to verify transfer requirements.
For information regarding enrollment in the MA in Apologetics & Cosmogony program, contact Graduate Admissions at Regent University. You can email them at email@example.com.
Reasons Institute has partnered with Southern Evangelical Seminary (SES) as part of their Apologetics program. Reasons to Believe scholars are members of the faculty and teach courses on campus every other year.
For information regarding enrollment in the Certificate in Scientific Apologetics program, contact graduate admissions at Southern Evangelical Seminary. You can connect here with their admissions department.
Reasons Institute has partnered with Right On Mission (ROM) to offer students seminary level vocational certificates through courses that integrate science and faith. (Please contact Right On Mission directly for details.)
For information regarding enrollment in the Certificate program, contact Right On Mission. You can connect here with their Higher Learning department.
Find out how to add Reasons Institute courses to your university or seminary’s course catalogue. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.