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Luther Rice University & Seminary

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After perusing a few of the given responses,Religion/Religious
After perusing a few of the given responses, I felt that it may be beneficial to offer my own thoughts in regard to the academic rigor. In my experience, I found the course work to be more than sufficient in its 'rigor' and applicability. After Luther Rice, I went on to graduate school to receive a Master of Arts in Philosophy from a private, regionally accredited Catholic college. I was also accepted to study philosophy (and pertinent religious topics) at one of the most prestigious seminaries in the Southeast. I am now preparing for coursework to pursue the Ph.d from a Catholic college within Barcelona, Spain. Of course, just as any other institution, I had a professor that was somewhat "apathetic" in regard to his enthusiasm - but this was, by far, the exception. Luther RIce has served my academic goals quite nicely. Put in the work, and the college will serve your purposes, as well. (I am currently teaching philosophy for a state college).
Alumnus Male -- Class 2000
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Luther Rice college and Seminary is a greatReligion/Religious
Luther Rice college and Seminary is a great school. The work load is academically rigorous. I graduated with a Master of arts in Christian Studies. Luther Rice Seminary is accredited by TRACS and ABHE. Both associations are recognized by the CHEA and the U.S. Department of Education, which is good. However, Luther Rice is not regionally accredited yet so I would check around with other schools to make sure they will accept the Luther Rice credits if one so chooses to attend Luther Rice.
Alumnus Male -- Class 2000
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Great school make you work hard and apply what you have learned in multiple formats. Tough grading scale but professors have always been willing to help and clear.
2nd Year Male -- Class 2013
Education Quality: A+,
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