Get in the classroom and pursue your interests.
Google and Wikipedia can’t teach you everything. There are times when the best way to really grapple with a subject is to get into the classroom. You’ll experience fascinating lectures from qualified professors, stimulating discussions with your peers, and interesting assignments that give you the chance to clarify your thinking.
Enrol as a casual student to take advantage of up to nine credit hours of instruction at Columbia Bible College. After you’ve earned nine credits, you’ll be asked to enrol in one of our excellent certificate, diploma, or degree programs.
Love the idea of lectures and class discussions but not sure you want to complete the assignments and exams? Many of our courses are open to audit students as well (see below).
Auditing at Columbia
A cost-effective way to learn & grow.
Love the idea of lectures and class discussions but not sure you want to complete the assignments and exams? Want to make the most of a tight budget? Many of our courses are open to audit students as well.
When you audit a class, you’re expected to complete the class readings, attend lectures, and participate in discussions. Unlike credit students, though, you’re not receiving credit for the class so you don’t need to complete essays, quizzes, or exams.
If you’re a Columbia student, alumni, or staff member, please connect directly with the Academics office to inquire about auditing.
Questions about auditing classes at Columbia? Contact Ethan Johnston in the Admissions office.