Current Courses



Courses in session. Watch for Spring courses to be posted soon.


Courses Now Available - Winter 2020

 

  • ProfParanormalsmField Investigations: Apparitions, Hauntings, & Poltergeists (8 weeks)

    (This course qualifies for certificate programs)
    with Loyd Auerbach, M.S.
    Monday: February 3rd - March 23rd
    8:30pm - 10:00pm Eastern Time
    Tuition: $249 ($225 for Rhine Members/Students)

    In this course, students will explore topics of field investigations, including methods related to specific models of paranormal phenomena from a scientific perspective of a parapsychologist. In addition, this course will discuss equipment used in investigations, and introduce the scientific approach to these topics. Students will also be introduced to methods for dealing with clients and finding resolutions during investigations, discuss issues related to “public haunts” vs. private home cases, and provide methods for exploring the evidence and analyzing data to reach a conclusion.
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  • Presentiment: Exploring the Nature and Theories of Time (4 weeks)
    with John G. Kruth, M.S.
    Wednesday, March 4th - March 25th

    7:00pm - 8:30pm Eastern Time
    Tuition: $89 ($79 for Rhine Members/Students)

    This 4-week online course will explore the phenomenon of Presentiment and how this phenomenon impacts the scientific view of time.  Presentiment is an unconscious form of precognition that has demonstrated that the physical body and sometimes the mind respond to events that have not yet happenned. 

    Feeling the future, precognitive memory, physical responses to future events, and how studying after a test can improve your test scores.  Scientific studies that have explored these events call into question our perception of time.  Based on these studies, this course will explore theories of time in physics and philosophy.
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  • How to Choose a Psychic (4 weeks)
    with Loyd Auerbach, M.S.
    Tuesday, March 3rd - March 24th

    8:30pm - 10pm Eastern Time
    Tuition: $89 ($79 for Rhine Members/Students)

    This four week course is designed for people interested in finding a legitimate psychic, those who want to evaluate psychics, or even the researchers who wants to learn more about the skills necessary to determine if a psychic is fooling you or themselves. The course will give you the basic tools to:

    • Properly understand what a practitioner means when using the term psychic, medium, channeler, or other similar labels.
    • How to find psychic practitioners for personal readings or to take on paranormal investigations.
    • How to understand the role of “window-dressing” that many practitioners (even genuine ones) might use, and how to get the practitioner past that.
    • How to act/react in a reading so you get the most out of the session, and some good questions to ask.
    • The qualities of the best psychics and mediums.
    • Psychic Fraud (and a guidance on what you might want to learn about Magic and Mentalism).
    • How to assess the psychic/medium practitioners’ claims and determine if they’re real or fraudulent.
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Other Courses Offered



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Courses offered by the Rhine Education Center are designed as professional courses to provide education in Parapsychology. Students are able to participate in weekly discussion forums and progress is evaluated throughout the courses.

Many courses are strictly for informational purposes, but some courses can be applied to certificate programs offered by the Rhine Education Center.  Though not an accredited institution, the Rhine Education Center provides a professional educational opportunity for students.

Classes are broadcast once a week, but they are also recorded if you are not able to attend the live broadcast.  You can watch the recordings and post in the forums at your convenience.


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