The Bahá’í teachings refer to marriage as a “fortress for well-being” and as the foundation for a unified global society. Our courses build capacity to make wise choices and create happy, harmonious marriages that are of service to the family and to the community. Courses are open to all.
We are in the process of reviewing and revising all courses in this department. Changes will be made to the faculty; some courses may be removed or postponed; new courses may be announced. For questions about the On Demand (365) courses, please contact the 365 Coordinator, Alex Blakeson. For all other courses, you may get in touch with Rezal Martinez-Gillies, or the Director. If you have questions about the registration process, email the Registrar: email@example.com.
The Agro-Housing Cells project—a program that combines a high-rise apartment complex with a vertical greenhouse within the same building—was inspired by the Economics of Community Building course.
We are dependent on tuition payments, generous donations from the Bahá'í community, and volunteer assistance from our many contributors, students, and friends.