Application Process and Admissions Requirements
If you are hoping to be accepted to a degree program at Denver Seminary (Master of Divinity, Master of Arts, Master of Theology, Certificate, Doctor of Ministry), you will need to apply as a degree-seeking student using our general application.
If you are hoping to be accepted to the Doctor of Philosophy in Counselor Education and Supervision program, you will need to apply as a degree-seeking student using our PhD application.
If you have attended Denver Seminary in the past and are ready to return, we’re glad to hear that! As a re-entry student, you are able to complete a shorter application process.
If you would just like to take a few classes with us for credit, you can apply as a non-degree seeking student. This is a great option for people who aren’t ready to commit to a degree but would like to get their feet wet.
Auditing students don’t receive credit for their classes, but the audited courses do show up on your Denver Seminary transcript. This is a great option for people who want to take courses for personal development but don’t need to earn a grade.
If you are planning to study at Denver Seminary on a student visa, we’d be happy to help you apply as an international student. Click here for more details.