Academic and professional preparation necessary for ministry
Bachelor of Science in Christian Ministry
BS in Christian Ministry Degree
The Christian Ministry Major provides the student with the academic and professional preparation necessary for ministry.
- Students will have a professional readiness to deliver Biblical knowledge.
- Students will have a well-articulated Christian world view of life and ministry.
- A student will display ministry-ready professional skills.
MEET YOUR ACADEMIC ADVISOR
Joe Allotta, DMin graduated from Trinity College of Florida in 2006 and earned his Master of Divinity and Doctor of Ministry degrees through Liberty University. He is presently the Program Director of the Ministry Department and campus pastor at Trinity College of Florida.
Interview with Dr. Joe Allotta
Program Requirements and Structure
(1) Completed in the Trinity Quest Program (54 Semester Hours):
GNMN3312Q Christian Perspective and Learning Skills
MISS3303Q World Missions and Religions
BIBL3323Q Biblical Ethics
THEO3313Q Christian Theology
BIBL3313Q Old Testament Survey
BIBL2301Q Life and Revelation of Christ
BIBL3314Q New Testament Survey
COUN3301Q Introduction to Counseling
GNMN4301Q Christian Leadership
GNMN3301Q Evangelism and Discipleship
WORS3302Q Fundamental Issues in Worship
YUTH3301Q Youth Ministry Skills
PAST3301Q Introduction to Preaching and Teaching or GNMN3311Q Small Group Development
PAST4301Q Pastoral Methods
GNMN4401Q Christian Ministry Internship
Trinity Quest Degree completion students must have a minimum of 61 credits to transfer into the program. (The Registrar will evaluate transfer credits.)
Students who wish to enter the Trinity Quest Degree completion program and do not meet the minimum required transferable credits may apply for the Trinity Access Associate of Arts degree program which prepares students for the program requirements.
- Trinity Quest Program – 54 Semester Hours
- General Education – 36 Semester Hours
- Open Electives – 33 Semester Hours
- Total Semester Hours – 123 Semester hours
4 courses per semester, 2 every 8 weeks
2 summer online only courses
Monday Evenings classes