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Associate of Arts Degrees (A.A.)

Biblical Studies (A.A.) Residential

General Studies (A.A.) Residential, Online, Evenings



Biblical Studies (Certificate) Residential

Apologetics and Christian Evidences (Certificate) Residential


Bachelor of Arts Degrees (B.A.)

Business Organizational Leadership (B.A.) Residential & Online

Elementary Education (B.A.) Residential

Interdisciplinary Studies (B.A.) Residential

Intercultural Studies  (B.A.) Residential  

Pastoral Ministry (B.A.) Residential & Online

Worship Ministry (B.A.) Residential

Youth Ministry (B.A.) Residential

Psychology (B.A.) Residential

Counseling/Psychology (B.A.) Residential

Theology (B.A.) Residential


Bachelor of Science (B.S.)

Business Organizational Leadership (B.S.) Evenings & Online

Christian Ministry (B.S.) Evenings & Online

Counseling Psychology (B.S.) Evenings & Online

Foundational Courses.

Biblical Perspective.

Flexible Options.

Why earn an Associate Degree from a Bible college? Earning your AA from a Bible college not only gives you the foundational course requirements for your education-it gives you the biblical knowledge and application you need for life! An AA is the first two years of a four year degree. Once you have completed your AA degree, you will have earned the first two years of a four year bachelor degree. Some students’ professional goals only require an AA degree, others earn an AA before entering college as a junior on campus to save money, there are many reasons to earn your AA degree.

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Your Journey Starts Here

  • Step 1: Application
  • Step 2: Essay
  • Step 3: References
  • Step 4: Transcripts
  • Step 5: ACT/SAT/CLT Scores
  • Step 6: $35 Application Fee (login to make payment)


National Accreditation

Trinity College of Florida is accredited by the Association for Biblical Higher Education Commission on Accreditation (5850 T. G. Lee Blvd., Ste. 130, Orlando, FL 32822, 407.207.0808) to grant certificates and degrees at the Associate and Baccalaureate levels.