Try a Seminary Course

The seminary continues its tradition of opening its doors to all kinds of learners by offering courses for audit to the public.

There are five courses offered at the seminary this fall that are open for auditors . That means you can be in the class but not receive academic credit. Four courses do not require prerequisites, and would be ideal for anyone wanting to learn more about religion, spirituality, and theology from top level instructors. One course,  Exegesis of the Hebrew Bible: Psalms, does require auditors to have an MDiv or MTS degree.

An audit application is required if you would like to take a class. The seminary has reduced its audit fee to $40 per credit hour to encourage more people to experience theological education. A limited number of auditors may be permitted in some courses, depending on the course size and the type of the course.

To begin the application process, or to find out more about the audit program at Phillips, please contact MaryAnn Morris  or call  918.270.6464.


Some highlights of courses:

History and Polity of Unitarian Universalism with Susan Ritchie explores the predecessors of modern Unitarianism, from the emergence in the 16th century to the creation of Unitarian Universalism.

Introduction to Native American Religious Beliefs and Practices with Lisa D. Barnett dives into Native American religious traditions and spiritual expressions among Native peoples in the United States.

Phillips Theological Seminary offers Christian graduate theological education
in service of intelligent, just, and compassionate religious and civic communities. We welcome
students to a safe space for truth-seeking conversations about the Bible, Jesus, and faithful living.
Courses available on campus and online for certificate, diploma, MDiv, MAMC, MASJ, & MTS
programs, and on campus for the DMin program.

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