Explore the options for completing your
bachelor’s degree in 3 to 3.5 years
Your time at Trinity Christian College will be some of the most formative and transformative of your life. Intense learning, spiritual growth, and career preparation are what most students set out to experience as they earn a bachelor's degree.
In addition to realizing those goals for their education, some students also choose to complete their degree in selected majors at a faster pace than a typical four-year plan. Completing your degree faster will save costs associated with tuition, student loans, and living expenses.
You will still experience quality academics and all of the social, cultural, and spiritual aspects of a top-quality private Christian college education. By taking on ambitious course loads and enrolling in summer courses, you can accelerate your college career.
At Trinity, you can earn a bachelor’s degree in
3 or 3.5 years in one of 9 majors. DOWNLOAD the brochure.
Majors that can be completed in 3 years
Majors that can be completed in 3.5 years
- Apply to Trinity.
- Talk with your admissions counselor.
- Meet with a faculty advisor and sign up for classes.
Are you interested in completing a bachelor’s degree in majors other than the 9 listed in less than four years? Consider these options to help you reach your early graduation goal…
Apply credits earned through the College Level Examination Program (CLEP) and Advanced Placement (AP).
- Enroll in up to 18 credits each semester (with no additional tuition).
- Take summer classes. Trinity offers summer courses, some online, with significantly reduced tuition.
Other ways to make the most of your college experience
Whether you enroll in the traditional four-year program or work to complete your degree in 3 to 3.5 years, here are a few options for enhancing your education at Trinity.
- Double major for no additional tuition costs.
- Add a second minor, also for no additional tuition costs.
- Take electives that are of particular interest to you.
- Spend a semester abroad.
* Savings estimate is based on 2012-13 tuition and fees for the regular academic year tuition and summer course tuition as well as average room/board costs and estimates for textbooks, travel, and other personal expenses. This savings estimate does not include adjustments that would reduce tuition costs through grants or scholarships.