To take a course without receiving credit for the course. An auditor attends class but doesn't participate in the evaluation process. Approval must be granted from a Registrar, Associate Registrar, or an Educational Dean before a student signs up to audit a course. Tuition for an audited course is the same as for a student who is doing the course for credit. Baccalaureate Degree A baccalaureate (or bachelor's) degree is the first in a series of possible university degrees. It is approximately 120 credits and takes four to five years of full time studies to complete. Students wishing to transfer may complete a maximum of 60 credits towards a Bachelor Degree at Kwantlen. Students who have high grades and wish to continue studies at the graduate level may apply for admission to Master's degrees or Doctoral (PhD) programs after completing the baccalaureate.
This Visitor Permission Form is used for students that want to audit a course. Students pay the regular credit hours fee per course.
Individual classes may be audited with the approval of the Registrar, in consultation with the faculty member involved. Projects and exams of auditors will not be graded. Audit courses will be noted as such on a studentâ€™s transcript. No credit is granted for such courses. Students taking 15 or more credit hours in any semester may audit freeâ€“ofâ€“charge any class in that semester, except for classes in which auditors are not permitted.
A method of enrolling in a course without receiving college credit. This method is used when a student wishes to review previously acquired knowledge, or for those who do not wish a degree but merely wish to increase their knowledge. Procedures for auditing a course: Centers | External Degree.
Sitting in on a class without earning credit for that class.
observing or sitting-in on a course rather than a participating in the class for a grade. You do not get credit for auditing a course, and you must have permission from the instructor to do so.
Auditing a course gives a student an opportunity to attend class as a non-graded participant. Auditing a course allows students to review a subject area as a refresher or for general use. Students seeking to audit courses must apply and meet all admissions requirements. Specific courses that may not be audited will be listed in the catalog course description or the semester course schedule. Tuition and fees apply to all audited courses.