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Trinity College of Florida is a Christian Bible College dedicated to equipping you for Kingdom influence. Whether you are a dual-enrolled student at a Christian/public school or a home school student, there is no greater advantage for the Christian student than to begin their general education courses in a well-established Christian Bible College. 

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Dr. Krista Mallo, Trinity Faculty, Homeschool Mom

I am not only a professor at Trinity College of Florida but also the owner of a private umbrella school and educational consultant for Florida homeschooling families. I have been homeschooling my five children since 2012. My oldest son began homeschooling when he was in third grade. He was only nine years old, but we already knew by that time that he was very different from other kids his age. He learned new things very quickly, asked questions that were years beyond his expected understanding, and from an early age he understood spiritual truths that many adults would struggle with. Finding curriculum and online classes to keep him engaged and progressing at his own ability level was truly a challenge in the early days of homeschooling for us.

Why a Christian Bible College

Fast forward to his thirteenth birthday: he asked to try taking some college classes. Even though our local state college would have been free, I did not feel comfortable sending him to study alongside adults in a secular environment. For us, dual enrollment at Trinity College of Florida was an obvious choice. The small campus, personal attention from faculty and staff, and Christ-centered academics make this school ideal for homeschool/ high school dual enrollment. As a student at Trinity, he developed strong friendships, found lifelong mentors, and began to understand the ways that God created him to serve the Kingdom for His glory.

Where Will He Transfer To?

One concern we had as my son drew close to the completion of his Associate of Arts degree was what the experience of transferring to a university would be like. He recently graduated from Trinity College of Florida and immediately transferred to a regionally accredited university. We had no problems at all transferring his credits from Trinity to the university of his choice. He is currently on track to complete two bachelors degree programs in Network Operations and Cybersecurity within the next year. Following closely in his footsteps, his younger sister is very excited to begin her dual enrollment program at Trinity College of Florida this fall.

Spring Dual Enrollment Course Offerings (at the reduced rate) January 2022

Dual enrolled students may attend classes in the traditional day program, as on online student, or through Trinity Access-evening/online synchronous. * Indicates this course is included in the Statewide Course Numbering System.

Christian Belief and Scripture BIBL1102 Miller, D. M/W 9:25 – 10:40 AM A112

BIBL 1102 Christian Belief and Scripture
3 Credit Hours
This course provides an introduction to foundational Christian theology and to Scripture. It examines the narrative and major themes of the Christian Bible. It also introduces the crucial and foundational claims of Christian theology by examining ancient consensus about theological boundaries that have historically distinguished Christian belief from other ancient religious teachings.

Christian Belief and Scripture BIBL1102-ONLN Miller, D., N/A Jan. 18 - May 11 (ONLINE)

BIBL 1102 Christian Belief and Scripture
3 Credit Hours
This course provides an introduction to foundational Christian theology and to Scripture. It examines the narrative and major themes of the Christian Bible. It also introduces the crucial and foundational claims of Christian theology by examining ancient consensus about theological boundaries that have historically distinguished Christian belief from other ancient religious teachings.

Christian Belief and Scripture BIBL1102.111- ONLN Miller, D., Mar. 21 – May 11 (ONLINE)

BIBL 1102 Christian Belief and Scripture
3 Credit Hours
This course provides an introduction to foundational Christian theology and to Scripture. It examines the narrative and major themes of the Christian Bible. It also introduces the crucial and foundational claims of Christian theology by examining ancient consensus about theological boundaries that have historically distinguished Christian belief from other ancient religious teachings.

Darwinism and Intelligent Design ISC1502 Woodward, T. T/TH 2:25 – 3:40 PM Library Lobby

ISC 1502 Darwinism and Intelligent Design*
3 Credit Hours
This course introduces students to the scientific debate over creation, evolution and intelligent design in the modern era. With a focus on Darwinism’s intensifying paradigm-crisis since the 1980s, we will survey (a) basic principles of lab science and historical science, (b) the range of arguments and lines of evidence that are set forth to defend either Darwinism or Intelligent Design, and (c) key discoveries from astronomy, physics, and chemistry that lead to the inference of a designed universe. The relationship of science and Christian Theology will be explored on selected topics in the origins debate.

Darwinism & Intelligent Design ISC1502-ONLN Woodward, T. Jan. 18 - May 11 (ONLINE)

ISC 1502 Darwinism and Intelligent Design*
3 Credit Hours
This course introduces students to the scientific debate over creation, evolution and intelligent design in the modern era. With a focus on Darwinism’s intensifying paradigm-crisis since the 1980s, we will survey (a) basic principles of lab science and historical science, (b) the range of arguments and lines of evidence that are set forth to defend either Darwinism or Intelligent Design, and (c) key discoveries from astronomy, physics, and chemistry that lead to the inference of a designed universe. The relationship of science and Christian Theology will be explored on selected topics in the origins debate.

Freshman Composition I ENC1101-ONLN Mallo, K., Jan. 18 - May 11 (ONLINE)

ENC 1101 Freshman Composition I*
3 Credit Hours
This course is an exercise in critical reading and thinking and effective strategies of persuasion. It is also a study of paragraph and composition structure, focusing on expository and persuasive writing as well as the “rhetorical modes” with their use individually and cooperatively, and on research and proper documentation requirements at the college level.

Freshman Composition II* ENC1102 Mallo, K. T/TH 1:00 – 2:15 PM A112

ENC 1102 Freshman Composition II*
3 Credit Hours
PREREQUISITE: ENC 1101 Freshman Composition I or its equivalent This course further develops skills in the planning, organization, and writing of essays of various modes. Focus will be placed on advanced writing and comprehensive skills including conducting research, writing research papers and articles, and mastering the different forms and styles of research paper writing. This course is designed to help the student possess advanced college level skills in writing and comprehension.

Freshman Composition II* ENC1102-ONLN Mallo, K., Jan. 18 – Mar. 7 (ONLINE)

ENC 1102 Freshman Composition II*
3 Credit Hours
PREREQUISITE: ENC 1101 Freshman Composition I or its equivalent This course further develops skills in the planning, organization, and writing of essays of various modes. Focus will be placed on advanced writing and comprehensive skills including conducting research, writing research papers and articles, and mastering the different forms and styles of research paper writing. This course is designed to help the student possess advanced college level skills in writing and comprehension.

General Psychology PSY1012 Rewald, L. M/W 2:25 - 3:40 PM A113

PSY 1012 General Psychology*
3 Credit Hours
This course is an introduction to the field of psychology. It includes the history, scientific methodology, major theoretical schools of thought, various approaches to interpersonal functioning, and human development.

General Psychology PSY1012-ONLN Rewald, L., Jan. 18 - May 11 (ONLINE)

PSY 1012 General Psychology*
3 Credit Hours
This course is an introduction to the field of psychology. It includes the history, scientific methodology, major theoretical schools of thought, various approaches to interpersonal functioning, and human development.

Interpersonal Communication SPC1300 Woodward. T./Stamper, K. T/TH 8:00 – 9:15 AM A113

SPC 1300 Interpersonal Communication*
3 Credit Hours
This course provides an introduction to the study of interpersonal communication, emphasizing skill in identifying and choosing the approach that is most appropriate and effective in a given communication situation. Emphasis on interpersonal relationships, language, and nonverbal communication.

Interpersonal Communication SPC1300.111- ONLN Woodward. T./Stamper, K., Mar. 21 – May 11 (ONLINE)

SPC 1300 Interpersonal Communication*
3 Credit Hours
This course provides an introduction to the study of interpersonal communication, emphasizing skill in identifying and choosing the approach that is most appropriate and effective in a given communication situation. Emphasis on interpersonal relationships, language, and nonverbal communication.

Mathematics for Liberal Arts I MGF1106-ONLN Macaraeg, P., Jan. 18 – Mar. 7 (ONLINE)

MGF 1106 Mathematics for the Liberal Arts I*
3 Credit Hours
This course is a general survey course in mathematics and covers a number of traditional, independent topics and will include topics related to mathematical logic sets and systematic counting, probability, statistics, geometry, and critical thinking skills.

Old Testament Poetry and Prophecy BIBL1322 Abell, A. T/TH 9:25 - 10:40 AM A112

BIBL 1322 Old Testament Poetry and Prophecy
3 Credit Hours
This course surveys the content, structure, events, and theological themes of the Old Testament poetical and prophetic books (the last 22 books) in light of their historical and canonical setting.

Old Testament Poetry and Prophecy BIBL1322-ONLN Abell, A. N/A Jan. 18 - May 11 (ONLINE)

BIBL 1322 Old Testament Poetry and Prophecy
3 Credit Hours
This course surveys the content, structure, events, and theological themes of the Old Testament poetical and prophetic books (the last 22 books) in light of their historical and canonical setting.

United States History since 1865 AMH1020-ONLN Lashbrook, M. N/A Jan. 18 - May 11 (ONLINE)

AMH 1020 United States History Since 1865*
3 Credit Hours
The study of United States history from 1865 to the present. This study includes the Reconstruction, growth of big business, the agrarian revolt, Latin American affairs, the Progressive Movement, World War I, and political, economic, and world affairs since World War II.

World Missions and Religions MISS1301 Allotta, J. M/W 8:00 – 9:15 AM A112

MISS 1301 World Missions and Religions
3 Credit Hours
This course provides an introductory survey of world missions, including the Biblical and theological basis for missions, a review of the history of missions, various strategies for missions, and current issues in missions. A brief review of the history, beliefs, and practices of leading contemporary world religions is also included. The emphasis of the course is on how to promote world missions within the local church, as well as on how world Christians should discern God’s guidance regarding sending or going.

World Missions and Religions MISS1301-ONLN Allotta, J., Jan. 18 - May 11 (ONLINE)

MISS 1301 World Missions and Religions
3 Credit Hours
This course provides an introductory survey of world missions, including the Biblical and theological basis for missions, a review of the history of missions, various strategies for missions, and current issues in missions. A brief review of the history, beliefs, and practices of leading contemporary world religions is also included. The emphasis of the course is on how to promote world missions within the local church, as well as on how world Christians should discern God’s guidance regarding sending or going.

Do You Have Questions?

Is dual enrollment right for you?

Trinity College of Florida offers a unique proposition, TCF is a well-established (since 1932) Biblical Higher Educational Institution that has remained steadfast on our mission to “provide a biblically-centered education, equipping servant leaders for life and career opportunities.” If the goals of our mission align with who you are and your goals, then this is the right place for you to begin.

How much will the courses cost?

The courses are $390.00 for a 3 credit hour course, $130 per credit hour. Additional costs are the purchase of required books for the class.

What classes can be taken by dual enrollment students?

Every semester classes that can be taken at the dual enrollment rate will be posted on this page. Generally, these will be general education classes and first and second-year Bible classes.

What if I want to take a class not listed as a dual enrollment class?

You are welcome to take any class that does not have a prerequisite. However, any classes not designated as dual enrollment will be charged at the regular tuition rate of $515 a credit hour.

How many credits can be taken per term?

9 credit hours per semester for sophomores and Juniors. 12 hours per semester for Seniors.

What are the admissions requirements for the program?

A dual enrollment student must be at least a sophomore in high school and have at least a 3.0 GPA to take dual enrollment courses. They must also process through the normal admissions process with exception of the required SAT/ACT tests.

Is financial aid available for dual enrolled students?

Financial aid is only for degree seeking students who have met the federal requirements.

Where will my Trinity College credits transfer?

Every college and university has the right to decide what credits they will transfer in their programs. Trinity College uses the (SCNS) Numbering System. This numbering system is used by all public postsecondary institutions in Florida and by participating non-public institutions. The major purpose of this system is to facilitate the transfer of courses between participating institutions. Students and administrators can use the online SCNS to obtain course descriptions and specific information about course transfer between participating Florida institutions. This information is at the SCNS website at Florida Department of Education.

Non-public institutions participate in (SCNS) State Course Numbering System

Is there homework help and or tutoring available?

One of the benefits for all TCF students is our Student Learning Center. This resource is at no cost to students, operates Monday through Friday 8am to 4pm. The Student Learning Center offers a place for students to receive academic mentoring, tutoring, or support. Our Learning Center staff is dedicated to helping students succeed. All students are encouraged to visit the Learning Center for academic help or support.