TRINITY CHRISTIAN COLLEGE



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ABOUT THIS PROGRAM

ACADEMIC PROGRAMS WITH A CHRISTIAN PERSPECTIVE
Trinity is small AND mighty. With the small class sizes at Trinity, you’ll get the attention required to be known, the chance to be a leader, and the opportunity to explore your passions. You’ll also get rigorous academics from expert professors who care about you and your future. And classes taught from a Christian perspective will set you up with tools for lifelong learning, community-focused decision making, and a strong sense of calling and vocation.
The world needs you. Let’s get you ready.


FOUNDATIONS REQUIREMENTS FOR TRANSFER STUDENTS

See summary table of foundations requirements for transfer students
The following must be taken at Trinity:
  • FDN 111
  • FDN 201 (waived w/60 transfer hours)
  • THEO 131
  • THEO 132 (waived w/30 transfer hours)
  • PHIL 101
  • Chicago Connect (may be waived w/60 transfer hours)
  • Scientific Thinking (waived w/45 transfer hours)
  • Interdisciplinary Inquiry (may be waived w/60 transfer hours)

  • See list below for Major and Foundation courses with COD equivalents:

    COLLEGE OF DUPAGETRINITY CHRISTIAN COLLEGENote?BeginEnd
    ART 1100 INTRODUCTION TO THE VISUAL ARTS (3) ART 103 VISUAL CULTURE (3)   
    CULIN 1110 BASIC NUTRITION (3) FDN WELL FOUNDATION WELLNESS CREDIT (3)   
    ECONO 2201 MACROECONOMICS AND THE GLOBAL ECONOMY (3) ECON 121 MACROECONOMICS (3)   
    ENGLI 1102 ENGLISH COMPOSITION 2 (3) TW XX THINKING AND WRITING EQUIVALENCY   
    ENGLI 1130 INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE (3) ENGL 105 LITERATURE AND SOCIETY (3)   
    GEOGR 1130 CULTURAL GEOGRAPHY (3) GEOG 201 WORLD GEOGRAPHY (3)   
    HISTO 1110 WESTERN CIVILIZATION UNTIL 1600 (3) HIST 105 HISTORICAL CONSCIOUSNESS (3)   
    HISTO 1120 WESTERN CIVILIZATION SINCE 1600 (3) HIST 105 HISTORICAL CONSCIOUSNESS (3)   
    HISTO 1130 HISTORY FOR THE UNITED STATES TO 1865 (3) HIST 105 HISTORICAL CONSCIOUSNESS (3)   
    HISTO 1140 HISTORY FOR THE UNITED STATES SINCE 1865 (3) HIST 105 HISTORICAL CONSCIOUSNESS (3)   
    HISTO 2210 HISTORY AND CULTURE OF AFRICA (3) HIST 281 HISTORY OF AFRICA (3)   
    HISTO 2240 HISTORY AND CULTURE OF LATIN AMERICA (3) HIST 286 HISTORY OF LATIN AMERICAN CIVILIZATION (3)   
    HUMNT 1101 INTRODUCTION TO HUMANITIES: THE ARTS (3) FDN ART FOUNDATION FINE ART CREDIT (3)   
    MUSIC 1100 MUSIC APPRECIATION (3) FDN ART FOUNDATION FINE ART CREDIT (3)   
    MUSIC 1105 MUSIC LITERATURE (3) MUSC 111 MUSIC IN CONTEXT (3)   
    PHYS 1554 HEALTHY EATING (1) PERK 112 NUTRITION AND WEIGHT MANAGEMENT (1)   
    PHYS 1555 PERSONAL FITNESS PROGRAM (1) PERK 110 LIFETIME PHYSICAL WELLNESS ()   
    PHYS 2258 THE SCIENCE OF NUTRITION (3) NURS 221 NUTRITION (2)   
    POLS 1101 AMERICAN POLITICS (3) PLSC 201 AMERICAN GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS (3)   
    PSYCH 1100 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY (3) PSYC 121 INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY (3)   
    PSYCH 2237 DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY: THE LIFE SPAN (3) PSYC 123 LIFE SPAN DEVELOPMENT (3)   
    SIGN 1101 AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE I (3) SPED 111 SIGN LANGUAGE (3)   
    SOCIO 1100 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY (3) SOC 121 PRINCIPLES OF SOCIOLOGY (3)   
    SPANI 1101 ELEMENTARY SPANISH I (4) SPAN 101 ELEMENTARY SPANISH I (3)   
    SPANI 1102 ELEMENTARY SPANISH II (4) SPAN 102 ELEMENTARY SPANISH II (3)   
    SPANI 2201 INTERMEDIATE SPANISH I (4) SPAN 201 INTERMEDIATE SPANISH I (3)   
    SPANI 2202 INTERMEDIATE SPANISH II (4) SPAN 202 INTERMEDIATE SPANISH II (3)   
    SPANI 2251 CONVERSATION AND COMPOSITION I (3) SPAN 999 SPANISH ELECTIVE ()   
    SPANI 2252 CONVERSATION AND COMPOSITION II (3) SPAN 999 SPANISH ELECTIVE ()   
    SPEEC 1100 FUNDAMENTALS OF SPEECH COMMUNICATION (3) COMM 105 ORAL AND DIGITAL COMMUNICATION (3)   
    THEAT 1100 THEATER APPRECIATION (3) FDN ART FOUNDATION FINE ART CREDIT (3)   


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