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Accelerated Programs

Adult Learners have diverse backgrounds and different goals. Our Accelerated Degree programs and Combined Degree Programs are specifically designed to not only accommodate the unique needs of the adult student, but also to recognize and honor their years of experience and varied achievements.

The Accelerated Associate of Arts Degree

The Accelerated Associate of Arts degree can be accomplished in any one of four focused areas of study designed to prepare a student for a specific career path or professional goal. Courses in the major define the subject areas of expertise being developed by the student and the accelerated format recognizes the students academic, personal, and professional achievements allowing them to complete their degree in a shorter period of time.

The Accelerated Bachelor of Arts Degree

The Accelerated BA program uses Advanced-Standing (general life experience) along with a component we call the Trinity Qualification Module (comprehensive Old and New Testament study plan) to create a streamlined degree plan focused on the courses you want and need for rapid completion.

The Combined B.A. / M.A. Degrees Program

This program uses the same components as the accelerated BA and, when combined with transfer credit, can allow a student to quickly move into their seminary level study for the M.A. degree in the Major of your choice. A special option for the M.A. also allows you to replace up to 15 credits using Graduate Level Portfolio (demonstrating equivalent knowledge of one or more courses in our graduate programs). From the moment you register, you are considered to be a Candidate for the Master of Arts degree.

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