BACHELOR OF THEOLOGY, BACHELOR OF CHRISTIAN EDUCATION
Along with the completed Undergraduate Application for Admission package, applicants from the United States will be considered for admission based on:
The successful completion of an academic program from an accredited high school or other educational institution.
Minimum average of 70% on five successfully completed Grade 12 academic courses including Grade 12 academic English.
Trinity University evaluates homeschooled applicants on an individual basis. Homeschooled applicants are required to meet the University’s general admissions requirements. The following documents and supplementary materials are required, along with an application, in order for the admissions office to complete a knowledgeable assessment.
The applicant must provide a list of the courses and grades that he/she has completed in grades 10 through 12. This may be generated by an independent homeschooling agency or by the applicant’s parent(s)/guardian(s). The name of each course or subject covered should be indicated on the transcript document, along with the grade received in each course and the duration of the course including the number of hours and weeks.
It is recommended that the applicant provide a cover letter indicating the length of the homeschooling study, the pedagogy employed, curriculum choices, etc., used in education. The letter could also include a reflection on the homeschooling experience, as well as an outline of the applicant’s university plans1and career aspirations.
The applicant must provide a brief course description and syllabi of the courses studied with a list of the texts used. This is especially important for those students interested in Crandall’s science program.
MASTER OF DIVINITY, MASTER OF CHRISTIAN EDUCATION, MASTER OF CHRISTIAN COUNSELING, DOCTOR OF MINISTRY, DOCTOR OF THEOLOGY IN INTERCULTURAL STUDIES
Normally, a student is qualified to study in the Master programs if he or she has a Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree, or its equivalent, with a good academic record from an accredited college or university.
A student is qualified to study in the Doctorate programs if he or she has a Master of Divinity (M.Div.) degree, or its equivalent, with a good academic record from an accredited college or university.
Applicants to master's level programs are not required either to have majored or to have done concentrated work in religious studies during their undergraduate course of study, although broad training in the liberal arts is expected.
Applicants to the doctoral program must have completed, or must be in the process of completing, a master's degree (in a field related to their intended area of study in religion).
Special doctoral program (D. Ics., D. Min.) must be ministered in the field related to their intended area of study in religion over 3 years.
All students from outside the United States should contact the dean of the department in sufficient time to determine eligibility and to complete the application process.