Independently investigate reality to discern fact from conjecture.
Analyze complex and interrelated global problems through critical systems thinking.
Apply knowledge, insights and skills for the common good.
Examine the root causes of global issues from a Bahá'í perspective, and explore the prerequisites for building a just and peaceful society.
Apply consultation, action, study, and reflection to community-building through participatory social action and discourse.
Engage in public discourse, consultation, service-learning, and consciousness-raising in interdisciplinary, interfaith, and intercultural contexts.
Wilmette Courses are far better in many ways than any other courses I have taken anywhere else because of the materials and resources offered, and the staff excellence. And I say this in view of university degrees and graduate studies I have previously taken and earned in Canada, UK, and USA.
The harmony of science and religion is something I have always taken for granted, but this course has given me a more intimate understanding of the nuance of feedback between the two.
I feel much more hopeful about the future after this course. I learned that there is a way out of the mess we're in... I was also heartened to learn about the many people in the world successfully working on these problems in a spirit of global unity.
Professor, Miami University, Oxford, OH
President, International Environment Forum
Governor, London School of Economics
Asst Principal, Mary McCleod Bethune Middle School
Fees vary based on the nature of the course and the partnership arrangement with your educational institution. You may be eligible for an interest free repayment plan or needs-based tuition support.