Trinity’s Theology & Philosophy major prepares faithful leaders for the challenges of thinking, living, and believing in our day.
We welcome students with various perspectives to join our program. While professors are rooted in a robust Christian faith, students bring distinct insights, questions, and commitments to classes – leading to stimulating, stretching conversations. We have a lot of fun in the process, engaging both the standard issues of the modern era, as well as emerging trends in postmodern thought.
When you study Theology & Philosophy at Trinity, you'll experience intimate class sizes with dedicated faculty, study the treasures of the past and apply them to cutting-edge issues, explore what you believe (and why), develop lifelong friendships with other passionate students, and learn be a critical thinker and writer.
Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Theology & Philosophy
We learn to apply what we study to practical issues in the church, popular culture, leadership, and politics. Some students from the program will go on to church professions; others will pursue careers in nonprofit leadership, law, writing, or education.
In Trinity's Theology & Philosophy program, students enjoy our dedicated faculty mentors—with doctorates from places like Oxford, Aberdeen, and Penn State—who prepare them for lives of leadership and entrance to graduate school. Learn more about our faculty team.
The Theology & Philosophy major doesn’t require internships, but they are offered as an option for the capstone project. Examples of upcoming possible internship options include providing assistance with a professional journal, helping to create a unique online theological community, and teaching ministry in a local church.