Trinity Baptist College’s Online and Evening Division allows you to take college courses at a more convenient time for your busy schedule.
Courses may be taken for credit in pursuit of a degree or for personal benefit. Individuals desiring the benefit of instruction but without the credit may choose to audit classes. Students auditing courses are not required to complete tests or major projects but still benefit from the instruction.
Current Students: Contact your Faculty Advisor in the Academic Office to add courses to your schedule.
New Students: Contact Enrollment Management at (904) 596-2307.
Textbooks may be purchased from our virtual bookstore beginning 4 weeks prior to classes beginning. A complete list of courses and required books is available here.
See the college catalog for a complete listing of degree requirements, refund policy, and other important information.
Degree-seeking students may qualify for financial aid; for more information, call Mark Elkins at (904) 596-2445.
Upcoming Online Courses:
spring Evening Courses
BIB204 Methods of Bible Study (2) - Thompson - T 7-8:50pm
COU416 Crisis Counseling (3) - Buckner - T 7-9:50pm
spring Online Courses
Session A - 1/20 - 3/16
BIB303 Poetic Books (2) - Everist
BIB314 Structure of the Bible (2) - TBD
ENG201 British Literature (3) - Hozey, R.
PSY 302 Ed. Psychology (3) - Riley
Session B - 3/17 - 5/5
BIB201 Bible Doctrines II (3) - Christmas
BIB204 Methods of Bible Study (2) - Everist
HIS101 History of Civilization I (3) - Hozey, K.
MUS312 Music and Media Technology (3) - TBD
PSY401 Developmental Psychology (2) - Buckner
The Trinity Baptist College men’s NIT basketball team kicked off the 2014 BC-NIT with a decisive 81-68 win over Dayspring Bible earlier this afternoon.
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Trinity Baptist College Director of Athletics John D. Jones announced the addition of baseball as the newest varsity program to be sponsored by the Eagles growing NCCAA athletic program.all news