Preparing for the future by studying the past
Through the history program at Trinity, students take an in-depth look at how culture has been transformed by history. Students learn to read, write, think, and speak with an understanding of what has happened in the past, and our call to transform culture, working toward a future of justice and shalom.
Earning a degree in history at Trinity gives graduates an enhanced worldview. Learning about history provides context to understand how our past has shaped and continues to shape, everything around us. Studying history can help you in a variety of careers, including working as an attorney, teacher, member of the clergy, journalist, archivist, librarian, museum curator or administrator, and more.
History courses at Trinity are designed to capture students’ attention and focus and are taught from a Christian perspective, integrating theology and the history of Christianity to help students deepen their understanding of the Christian faith.
Trinity Christian College is located near Chicago, providing students the social, cultural, networking, and other advantages that come with going to college in a major metropolitan area. To learn more about studying history at Trinity, contact us today to schedule a visit to our campus or apply for admission.