Current Courses

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Courses Now Available - Spring 2021

    • Primetime Courses from the Rhine

      • RemoteViewingExperienceIntroduction to Parapsychology (8 weeks)
        (This course qualifies for certificate programs)
        with Mark Boccuzzi of the Windbridge Research Center
        Wednesday: April 28th - June 16th
        7:00pm - 9:00pm Eastern Time
        Tuition: $199 (Tuition Reduced!)

        This survey course covers the basics of parapsychology including the topics addressed by parapsychology, the history of parapsychology, and the role of parapsychology in the sciences. Additional topics may include psi in different cultures, skeptical issues in psi, the theories behind psi phenomena, and the special ethical issues that occur in psi research.


      • NDEImage01Human Consciousness & Survival Studies (8 weeks)
        (This course qualifies for certificate programs)
        with Loyd Auerbach, M.S.
        Thursday, May 6th - June 24th
        8:00pm - 10:00pm Eastern Time
        Tuition: $199 (Tuition Reduced!)

        This course will review the characteristics of Near Death Experiences (NDEs), Out of Body Experiences (OBEs), Mediumship and after death communication, and examine the current research that is occurring in this area. It will include qualitative investigations, laboratory studies, of the effects of these experiences on individuals, and counselling efforts that have been used to help people with these experiences.


      • Research Methods for Parapsychology (8 weeks)
        (This course qualifies for some certificate programs)
        with John G. Kruth, MS
        Tuesday: April 27th - June 15th
         7:00pm - 8:30pm Eastern Time
        Tuition: $225 (Tuition Reduced)

        StreamingConsciousnessThis 8 week academic course will discuss the nature of research and the different types of research methods that are used in scientific inquiry. It will include a discussion of science versus psuedo-science and provide an overview of quantitative and qualitative research techniques. This course will ask the student to read numerous research articles from the field of parapsychology and to draw on the course material to evaluate the strength of the research and the conclusions posted within the published papers.

        The special issues related to research in parapsychology will be included in this course, and students will have an opportunity to discuss these issues and creatively provide ways to address these issues.


      • Development of Investigative Techniques (4 weeks)
        with Loyd Auerbach, M.S.
        Monday: May 3rd - May 24th
        8:00pm - 9:30pm Eastern Time
        Tuition: $99

        This course is included in the Professional Field Investigations certificate and the Paranormal Investigations certificate programs.

        GhostMomThis four-week course will be a review of techniques and methods for investigations of spontaneous psi phenomena and experiences, including experiences of ESP and PK, apparitions, hauntings, poltergeists, reincarnation, and more. The course will cover the evolution of investigative techniques historically to the present day.

        Learn how and why we’ve arrived at the techniques and methods we use in current field research and investigation.

        Instructor Loyd Auerbach is one of the most experienced and knowledgeable experts on the paranormal.  His courses are always well attended and some of the most exciting courses offered at the Rhine Education Center.


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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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