Trinity Christian College offers a variety of majors and programs rooted in biblically informed liberal arts education for students who desire to earn a bachelor’s degree. Also available are master’s degrees in counseling psychology and special education. More information about the master’s programs can be obtained from the Graduate Studies Office.
Trinity grants four types of Bachelor’s Degrees:
The formal requirements for graduation with a bachelor’s degree are the following:
All students wishing to earn a degree from Trinity must complete a graduation application the semester prior to their graduation. Graduation applications are available from the Registrar’s Office and online. Students seeking to graduate must submit an application even if they do not plan to participate in commencement ceremonies.
Trinity holds two commencement ceremonies each year: in December and May. Students can participate in either commencement ceremony but must have completed all the graduation requirements with the exception of two courses.
All academic requirements and financial obligations must be met to receive a diploma. Academic honors will be reflected on the transcript when all requirements are completed at the next regularly scheduled date for conferral of degrees.
The registrar’s Office posts degrees four times a year (at the end of each term): December, January, May, August.
Academic achievement upon completion of a degree program is recognized at graduation and on the final transcript in the following categories:
Graduating with honors -- GPA of 3.500 to 3.699
Graduating with high honors -- GPA of 3.700 to 3.849
Graduating with highest honors -- GPA of 3.850 or higher
To qualify for one of these honors, the graduating student must have completed a minimum of 60 semester hours at Trinity.