List of Academic Programs
Trinity offers a wide array of exemplary academic programs leading to undergraduate and graduate degrees; undergraduate minors are also offered through selected programs in the College of Arts and Sciences. Students in the College of Arts and Sciences may also construct an individualized major in consultation with a supervising faculty member and other faculty in various disciplines.
Click on a link below for further information about specific academic programs.
|Evening / Weekend|
|School of Business & Graduate Studies|
|Weekday||School of Education|
|College of Arts & Sciences||School of Nursing & Health Professions|
|School of Nursing & Health Professions||School of Professional Studies|
| Business Administration with
Human Resource Mgt.
| Clinical Mental Health
|Early Childhood Education||B.A.*||A.A.*
| Educating for Change
(Curriculum & Instruction)
|General Studies|| A.A.
|Journalism and Media Studies||B.A.||B.A.|
|Language & Cultural Studies||yes|
|Nursing||B.S.N.||R.N. to B.S.N
2nd Degree B.S.N.
| Occupational Therapy
|Leadership & Organizational Management||M.S.A.|
|Religious Studies & Theology||yes|
| Strategic Communication and
* The School of Education offers programs providing course work that meets state requirements for certain types of certification.
† All undergraduate students and eligible graduate students are encouraged to take interdisciplinary courses. Descriptions for specific undergraduate interdisciplinary courses may be found in the Interdisciplinary and Supporting Courses page for the College of Arts and Sciences. Students in the College of Arts and Sciences may also construct individualized majors and minors that are interdisciplinary in scope.
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