The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary/Boyce College: Please contact the college or seminary for more information.
Trinity International University: Attendance at bioethics-related sessions at Evangelicals for Life 2017, along with additional independent study on any bioethics topic, can now earn one, two, or three graduate credit hours applicable to a Master of Arts in Bioethics degree from Trinity Graduate School (Trinity International University) or transferable to another institution.
Trinity’s MA/BE is an outstanding credential for all who want to have opportunities to speak out on today’s crucial bioethical issues. With all courses available online or in several-day-intensive modular format, the entire program can be completed in one or more years without relocating to Chicago. Those who are not already enrolled in the MA/BE at Trinity, but decide to enroll along with taking this course, will receive a $500 credit toward a future bioethics course registration anytime before December 31, 2017 (after enrolling in the program). Those undecided about enrolling in a degree program can take the course and have the credit recorded for use in future degree work.
The course involves pre-conference reading, post-conference writing, and a luncheon meeting during the conference with the professor, Trinity affiliate faculty member Paige Cunningham. Also one of the speakers at EfL 2017, Prof. Cunningham is Executive Director of the Center for Bioethics and Human Dignity and a Fellow at the Institute for Biotechnology and the Human Future.