Oxford Institute: Graduate Certificate Program in Science and Spirituality
With the desire to forward academic exploration of the growing dialogue between the fields of Science and Spirituality, the Union Institute and University and the Oxford Institute for Science and Spirit have teamed up to offer a graduate level certificate program in Science and Spirituality.
The certificate program, designed with busy, adult learners in mind, allows for a combination of online learning, experiential travel, and community building with faculty and other learners in a year-round 15 credit program. It is aimed at educators, writers, scientists, clergy, inquirers, and any others who want to explore the subject from an introductory to a more accomplished level and who wish to pursue their own interests within it. The certificate is accredited by the Union Institute and University, the oldest non-traditional learning-at-a-distance program in the United States, offering undergraduate, masterís, and doctoral level degrees.
As no graduate level Science and Spirituality programs currently exist, this graduate certificate will allow educators to move into new teaching disciplines within their universities, enhance their professional marketability, widen publishing opportunities, and receive continuing education credits for a wide range of interdisciplinary fields. People who have long held passions and interests in the field now have a venue for scholarly exploration.
Learners can enter into the Certificate Program at the start of any semester during the year. All participants must have an undergraduate degree from an accredited university before registering. Specific details about all aspects of the program are available at the program website.
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