Audit Program

Phillips Theological Seminary offers classes for no academic credit through an audit program. A limited number of auditors may be permitted in some courses, depending on course size and type.

Spring 2019 Audit Courses

The seminary continues its tradition of opening its doors to all kinds of learners by offering courses for audit to the public. There are nine courses offered at the seminary this fall that are open for auditors. The application deadline for auditing a course is Jan. 22 (except for the Creating Generous Congregations course, with a Jan. 18 deadline). Full course descriptions are available in the 2019 spring schedule. You can also see our Audit Flier.

2019 Courses:

  • Introduction to Theology / 3 hrs / Jan 28-May 17
  • History of Christianity II / 3 hrs / Jan 28-May 17
  • Introduction to Youth Ministry / 3 hrs / Feb 22-May 11
  • Spirituality: The Labyrinth / 1 hr / March 1-2
  • Should I Start a Church or Nonprofit? Discerning Ministry Entrepreneurship / 1 hr / April 26-27
  • History & Polity of the Disciples of Christ / 3 hrs / Feb 28-May 4
  • United Methodist History / 3 hrs / Feb 28-May 4
  • History of Religion & Social Justice in the U.S. / 3 hrs / March 18-22
  • Creating Generous Congregations / 1 hr / Feb 8-9 (Jan. 18 registration deadline)

How to Apply

Applicants should email MaryAnn Morris or call her at 918.270.6464 to verify that auditors are permitted in the course(s) you are interested in before you complete the application. If you are a first-time auditor, there is a $25.00 application fee.

Written permission from a professor and a signature from the Dean must be obtained before an auditor can be admitted to a class.  MaryAnn Morris will assist you with that process.

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