At least in Texas it’s got some major revamping work before it can reapply. The Institute for Creation Research (IRC) offers a masters degree in California but didn’t get off the starting block in Texas.
Aimed at aspiring Christian schoolteachers, the curriculum critiques evolution and champions a literal interpretation of the biblical account of creation.
In California, the school is accredited by the Transnational Association of Christian Colleges and Schools, an agency that’s not recognized in Texas.
Transnational Association of Christian Colleges and Schools? I’m gonna have to look that one up. I could see where this would be a popular idea for someone who planned to only teach in the Christian arena. It would definitely help the teacher with biblical integration. This is such a narrow, narrow context though because the thing is, there are a whole lot more public schools out there than Christian ones. Not a versatile enough degree for anyone to pursue IMHO.