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Auditing a Master's Level Class
Individuals wishing to study at Denver Seminary for no credit are encouraged to apply for admission as an auditor. Credit for course work may not be granted at a later date, but a record of the non-credit course work will be recorded on the transcript. Registration is dependent on space availability in the class and some classes may have prerequisite restrictions. To apply for admission as an auditor, an applicant must complete and submit the auditor application. A baccalaureate degree is required for admission, although an official transcript is not required as part of the application process. For more information, our office.
Nondegree Students Seeking Master's Level Credit
If you are a visiting scholar/student who is currently pursuing a degree from a school other than Denver Seminary, or if you are a student who is considering a degree from Denver Seminary but just aren't quite ready to make the commitment to a degree, you apply as a nondegree student and still receive credit. Details about how to apply as a nondegree student are listed below. Please note that nondegree students are limited to 15 hours of credit. After that, you must be enrolled in a degree program in order to continue taking classes.
- Complete the nondegree student application form,
and submit it with a $15 nonrefundable application
processing fee. An official transcript is required from
the bachelor’s degree-granting institution.
- For returning nondegree students,
additional items such as references, transcripts, a
Christian testimony, and other documents may be required.
- A visiting scholar is:
a student who is actively pursuing a degree from a school
other than Denver Seminary. A visiting scholar may take
classes as a Denver Seminary nondegree student that will
transfer to his/her current school. A visiting scholar must
provide the following additional documents:
- Statement that the student is pursuing a degree at another school
- Name of the school at which the scholar is enrolled
- A letter of intent from that school which includes the following information:
- Degree being sought
- Statement of good standing of the student
- Statement of acceptance of transfer coursework from Denver Seminary
- Accreditation the school holds
- Nondegree students are
limited to 15 semester hours of credit. After that, they must
be admitted into a degree program to continue taking classes.