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Courses | M.A. in Science and Religion

Below are the course requirements for this academic program. For more program details, including graduation requirements and learning outcomes, visit Biola's academic catalog.

Curriculum Requirements

Program Courses
Science and Religion Core
CSSR 529Historical Perspectives in Science and Religion2
CSSR 530Darwin, Evolution, and Design2
CSSR 631Modern Physics, Cosmology, and Design2
CSSR 651Intelligent Design Seminar2
Religious Studies Core
CSSR 510Research Methodologies1
CSSR 516Authority of Scriptural Traditions2
CSSR 519Old Testament/Hebrew Literature3
CSSR 520New Testament Literature3
CSSR 541Christian Thought I2
CSSR 542Christian Thought II3
CSSR 638Psychology of Belief I2
CSSR 639Psychology of Belief II1
Philosophy Overview 1
CSSR 540Metaphysics and Epistemology3
CSSR 547Philosophy and Theology of Science3
Elective Courses (see Department for advising and approval of elective courses)8
Total Credits39

Students who already have a strong background in philosophy may, with advisor approval, take additional approved electives in place of the required credits.

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