Audit Courses

Audit, Personal Enrichment, or Continuing Education Students

Audit, Personal Enrichment, or Continuing Education Students

The audit option is available to students who wish to audit graduate courses for purposes of personal enrichment or continuing education credits. Standard distance courses are available asynchronously and you will enjoy 3 hours of lecture per week. As an audit student, we welcome you to view all lectures and grow in our students’ learning community. In keeping with the latin root of the word ‘audire’, to audit simply means ‘to listen.’ You will not submit papers, tests, and you are not expected to participate in the online learning forum.  The cost per course is $400 to audit. Please contact the registrar for the upcoming course listings, and if you are a graduate, be sure to ask about the alumni discount!

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"This education and formation has changed my life...

...I am eternally grateful for what the Augustine Institute has done for my soul, my family and my apostolate. If you feel called to further your education and theological studies, I cannot recommend anything better than the Augustine Institute.

LEAH DARROW
MA Theology, Alumna ’17

"I pray that my teaching and writing will be of...

...service to the new evangelization, helping equip my students to engage post-modernity and propose the timeless teachings of Christ in a timely way for our age.”

DR. TED SRI
Visiting Professor of Theology

"I really cannot say enough good things about...

the education and human formation we received as students at the Augustine Institute. From the outstanding professors to the rich curriculum, everything lends itself to the development of the intellect and the zeal to bring Jesus Christ to the world. I would highly recommend the Augustine Institute to anyone looking to achieve excellence in knowledge, wisdom and virtue.”

SR. MIRIAM JAMES HEIDLAND, SOLT
MA Theology, ’15

"Forming future leaders today is one of the most...

...pressing tasks we now face, and no one in this country does it with more energy, depth, and skill than the Augustine Institute.”

ARCHBISHOP CHARLES J. CHAPUT, O.F.M. CAP.
Archdiocese of Philadelphia