Applicants who wish to enroll in one or more Masters level courses at McAfee School of Theology without pursuing a degree may apply to take classes by
- Auditing a class
- Enrolling as a non-degree for credit student
- Enrolling in the Graduate Certificate for Theological Studies program (for credit).
Applicants wishing to audit a class must complete the audit application and be officially registered as audit students. Audit students do not take exams or submit work and they do not receive grades or academic credit. Limited classes are available for auditing and only as space allows.
The audit fee for courses at McAfee is $150 per course. There is also a facility/technology fee per semester charged as follows: 1-8 credit hours = $17 per credit hour; 9 or more credit hours = $150
Non-Degree for Credit
Applicants who wish to enroll in one or more Masters level courses at McAfee School of Theology without pursuing a degree but wish to receive academic credit should apply as a non-degree for credit student. Non-degree for credit students complete the same required course work and hours as degree seeking students for a required course.
Applicants must have met the individual course prerequisite requirement(s). If the applicant wishes to apply to a degree program in the future, courses taken as a non-degree student will be evaluated according to the requirements of the curriculum that is current at the time of application.