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    Fall 2022 Master's Non-degree Seeking/Master Audit Application

    Complete the form below to submit your application for admission as a Master's Non-degree Seeking or a Master Audit student for Fall 2022.

    A non-degree seeking student is a person who is taking graduate-level classes, but without choosing a specific degree program. You’ll be limited to taking 15 credits total, but you can apply for one of our degrees or certificates at any point. As long as the classes you’ve completed as a non-degree seeking student fit with the degree or certificate of your choice, those credits can be applied toward that degree/certificate.

    Auditor students (available only for residential courses) don’t receive credit for their classes but the audited courses will show up on your Denver Seminary transcript. A course that is audited may not be converted to credit at a later date or applied to a degree or certificate program.

    Non-degree seeking and auditor applicants are held to the same admissions standards as other applicants. To enroll in classes, you must: International students who would like to study residentially in the US are not eligible for admission as a non-degree seeking student. International students are also not eligible for admission as an auditor student.

    If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to email the admissions team at!