We’re so happy that you’re ready to take the next step and apply!
Trinity Graduate School is committed to excellence in education grounded in Scripture, integrating faith and learning, whether training students to be teachers, counselors, corporate leaders, or public servants.
At the heart of our mission lies the commitment to challenge students intellectually while helping them connect their knowledge and faith in Christ with their academic experience and professional goals. With a number of emphases and dual degrees, students can tailor their studies to fit their interests, current vocations, and calling. And with flexible course schedules, online classes, and adaptable course work, you can be assured that graduate studies are possible, even in the middle of a busy professional life.
Trinity Graduate School offers master’s degree programs at our Illinois and Florida campuses.
Browse through our master’s programs and choose the one that meets your educational needs. Be sure to familiarize yourself with the prerequisites for your degree before you get started!
1. APPLY ONLINE. The online application includes your required recommendation requests, as well as the application essays and required upload of your current resume or CV.
2. REQUEST OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPTS from all colleges and universities attended since high school. If enrolled at the time of application, please request transcripts of work finished to date and final transcripts upon completion of your degree.
Please send official transcripts to:
TRINITY INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY
Attn: Admissions Operations
2065 Half Day Road
Deerfield, IL 60015
We also accept electronic transcripts from secure, certified transcript delivery services. If your college or university uses such a service, please direct transcripts to [email protected].
3. COMPLETE the Incoming Student Scholarship Application.
* The MA in Athletic Training has rolling admission, even though the deadline each year is March 1
You will be contacted by one of our admissions counselors, who will guide you through the admission process. Your admissions counselor will be your best resource for questions about your program, financial aid, and the like. Upon completion of the admission process, your file will be reviewed and an admission decision made. Official notification of the decision will be sent by mail.