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Courses for Credit & Audit

Earn college credits or just learn more about a subject that interests you. Courses are open to high school juniors and seniors, students enrolled at other colleges and universities, and the general public. Courses may be audited or taken for college credit. Special topic courses are offered both by the College’s faculty and by visiting faculty who are experts in the field. 

2020 November-December (N-D) Block Courses

November 18 – December 18, 2020 

All courses are being offered online to all students including auditors.

Audit fees are $300 per course. Non-degree-seeking students may take course for academic credit for $500 per credit unit.

Courses for Audit

See Course Offering Schedule (PDF) for complete details.

SPAN 270 – Special Topics in Spanish: Spanish for Heritage Speakers
Instructor: D. Franco

PSYC 370 – Special Topics in Social Psychology: Attribution Theory   
Instructor: Kim Landsbergen

EXPR 250 Section 1 – Antioch Community Research: Phenomenological Oral History
Instructor: B. Bryan

EXPR 250 Section 2 – Antioch Community Research: Interview Methods & the Art of the Life Story
Instructor: B. Bryan

EXPR 251 Section 1 – Antioch Community Action: Media & Social Movements
Instructor: B. Bryan

EXPR 251 Section 2 – Antioch Community Action: Archives & Social Movements
Instructor: B. Bryan

IPCE 205 – Experimental Course: Introduction to Kingian Nonviolence Conflict Reconciliation
Instructors: M. Cooper, J.P. Robinson


Registration must be completed by November 11.

Antioch College email accounts will be issued with the anticipation of registration. Remaining seats in the courses will then be filled by the person seeking to audit. Please check your Antioch email the weekend prior to classes starting on Wednesday, November 11, 2020.

To enroll, please apply for admission as a non-degree-seeking student. View full instructions here under the “Non-Degree-Seeking” tab.

Questions? Contact the Registrar at