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Audit a Course

Take a course at Saint Paul School of Theology for personal growth and learning without academic credit or faculty evaluation.

Saint Paul School of Theology offers the opportunity to audit courses to those interested in deepening their knowledge of the Bible, theology, and Christian ministry.

Those interested in auditing a class at Saint Paul will be required to attend all class sessions and complete assigned readings but will not be required to take exams. Each professor will have course requirements and expectations for auditing students.

Please note: Saint Paul may not enroll more auditing students than there are students taking the class for credit. Therefore, classes open on a first-come, first-serve basis. We will be happy to add additional applicants to a waiting list and inform them if there is an opening before class begins.

Classes to Audit
 
 
Spring 2014

Course Code

Course Title

Instructor

Days

Time

CRE 380

Ministry Across the Lifespan

Dr. Sondra Matthaei

W

8:15 AM-10:45 AM

DST 313

Wesley and the Movements of the Spirit

Dr. Henry H. Knight

M

6:05 PM- 8:35 PM

THL 442

Contemporary Evangelical Theology

Dr. Henry H. Knight

 

 

ETH 301

Introduction to Christian Ethics

Dr. Angela D. Sims

T

8:15 AM- 10:45 AM

HST 302

Introduction to Christian Traditions

Dr. Jim Brandt

M

6:05 PM- 8:35 PM

HST  462

Christian Spirituality East and West

Dr. Amy Oden

F

2/7, 2/28, 3/28, 5/9

9:00 AM- 4:00 PM

CHS 346American Criminal Law and Restorative JusticeDr. Stan BaslerM1:05 PM - 2:05 PM
CHS 347Prison Industrial Complex and Systemic SinDr. Stan BaslerM2:15 PM - 3;35 PM
EWR 313Engaging World Religions: People of the BookDr. Kris KvamT1:05 PM - 3:35 PM

 

HST 462 -This course is a hybrid course. The four meeting times will be held on the Oklahoma City campus with no video link.

HST 302- Dr. Brandt expects auditors to complete the reading assignments. Writing assignments are not required. Auditors may join small group discussion and participate with the permission of the Professor and the Small Group Leader. Participation in large group discussion is allowed unless the Professor deems their participation unhelpful to the class process.
For all other courses, full participation is required. Students should plan to complete all writing and reading assignments.

Auditing Process and Fees

$200 per course for Saint Paul alums
$100 per credit hour for members of the surrounding community


If you are interested in auditing a class, complete the appropriate audit application form below.

Registration form for auditing a course
MS Word document. Save to your computer, fill in, print, sign, and mail to:

Saint Paul School of Theology
Office of Admissions
4370 W 109th St, Ste 300
Overland Park, KS 66211-1397


Additional inquiries should be made to the Admissions Department at 800-825-3078
admiss@spst.edu

 

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