The M.A. in science and religion program is a distance program, which is characterized by the three-part hybrid residency format. However, there are a number of courses that can be taken on campus, especially for students who live in the Southern California area.
Students in the science and religion program complete their philosophy, and science and religion core classes in a three-part hybrid residency format, but are able to take the religious studies core and electives as on-campus courses.
Select Weekend Seminars, which are optional, may also be considered for course credit.
See our events calendar for a list of upcoming Weekend Seminars and apologetics events.