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Trinity Tech offers a wide range of degree programs for Associate, Bachelor, and Master degree levels. Select the degree that most interests you to learn more about the associated majors.
Q: Who can enroll at Trinity Tech?
A: Anyone with a high school diploma and a minimum 2 years of significant experience, skills, knowledge and/or expertise in a given field of study may enroll at Trinity Tech. We accept students from across the United States, and around the world. All students are evaluated on an individual basis according to predefined criteria.
Q: Do you approve everyone who applies?
A: No, Each candidate must meet the minimum criteria required at Trinity Tech.
Q: Who approves student applications?
A: Trinity Tech works in partnership with a number of academic and business professionals who are experts in their field. Once we receive your application, we will assign an appropriate assessor to review and evaluate your credentials according to the skills, knowledge and experience required for entry into your chosen area of study.
Q: Do you have any residency requirements?
A: No. For maximum convenience, geography is not a barrier to prospective students who wish to earn a degree from Trinity Tech. As a distance learning institution, Trinity Tech facilitates learning through online technology rather than the physical constraints of traditional colleges institutions. Due to the benefits of this method, we can boast a range of students from across the United States, and around the world.
Q: Is Trinity Tech accredited?
A: Yes. Trinity Tech is accredited by several authorities, including the Interfaith Education Ministries (IEM) and the Association for Online Academic Excellence. The Interfaith Education Ministries (IEM) awards accreditation to innovative institutes who have established relationships with major corporations worldwide. IEM, founded in 1965, provides educational and professional credentials to qualifying institutes of traditional, non-traditional, religious and online and distance education programs of all types. Accreditation by this agency is not contingent upon being considered a religious institute. Although Trinity Tech is not a religious institute and makes no claim to be, we do meet IEM's educational standards and thus qualify for their accreditation.
The Association for Online Academic Excellence (AOAEX) is a private accrediting agency that ensures online distance learning programs are credible and meet high standards of educational excellence. Accreditation by AOAEX ensures that degrees issued by Trinity Tech represent legitimate credentials to be accepted by small, medium, and large companies across the United States, and around the world. However, this accreditation is not the same as regional accreditation, meaning we are unable to participate in the Federal Student Aid program or the GI Bill, and cannot guarantee that everyone will accept your degree. If you are unsure about whether your current or prospective employer will accept your degree, please contact them before applying to Trinity Tech. We strictly adhere to AOAEX's high standards for experiential learning programs with the intention of seeking regional accreditation in the future. Any changes to Trinity Tech's accreditation status will be announced immediately on this web site.
Q: How is Trinity Tech different from traditional colleges and universities?
A: Trinity Tech is a non-traditional, distance learning educational institution. Unlike traditional colleges and universities, we have no residency requirements, no buildings or campus, no full-time faculty, and we do not offer a catalogue of courses. Instead, we use the latest technology to reach students in their own space, allowing them to pursue their degree wherever they are.
Q: How is Trinity Tech different from other distance learning institutions?
A: Unlike other distance learning institutions, Trinity Tech is not a "degree mill" handing out credentials to anyone who sends in a registration fee. While our goal is to make a university degree accessible to everyone, applicants are considered on an individual basis, entirely on their own merit and according to predefined criteria. If you qualify, you can be assured that your degree will be recognized and respected by prospective employers and other working professionals.
Q: What types of degrees does Trinity Tech offer?
A: Trinity Tech grants prestigious undergraduate and graduate degrees in a variety of fields. These currently include Arts, Business Administration, Information Technology and Communications.
Q: Can I acquire a medical or law degree through Trinity Tech?
A: No. Although Trinity Tech confers a wide range of undergraduate and graduate degrees, we do not offer doctorates of any kind, whether in the field of medicine and law.
Q: How long does the application take?
A: The assessment process can take anywhere from several days to several weeks depending on your qualifications and experience and our ability to verify your data. The length of time required for verification is affected by several factors, including the number of additional transcripts, certificates, or certifications we need from you and how long it takes you to get them to us.
Q: How will I be able to verify my degree to prospective employers?
A: Your academic record at Trinity Tech is kept confidential; however we will release the information to outside parties seeking verification for employment purposes with your written consent. When you grant Trinity Tech permission to verify your degree, we will confirm your degree and date of graduation in writing to any and all inquiries from legitimate third parties.
Q: If I obtain a degree from Trinity Tech, will I be able to transfer my credits or use my degree to enter a graduate or post-graduate program at another institution?
A: The short answer to this question is: some universities will; some won't. The reality is that few colleges or universities recognize credits earned at other institutions. This goes for traditional universities, such as Harvard or Yale, as well as non-traditional universities like Trinity Tech. Therefore, if you wish to use your Trinity Tech degree as the basis for further education or to transfer your Trinity Tech credits to another educational institution, we encourage you to contact that institution before pursuing your degree at Trinity Tech to see what their policy is on this matter.
Q: Do you accept military education programs, such as the GI Bill?
A: Presently, Trinity Tech does not participate in Federal Student Aid programs such as the GI Bill; however, you may be able to receive a tuition reimbursement from the military. Please contact your local Veterans Affairs office for more information.
Q: I earned an Associate degree from a local community college. How many of these credits will transfer to one of the Trinity Tech undergraduate degree programs?
A: Trinity Tech welcomes credits from nationally or regionally accredited community colleges. Because Associate’s degrees typically require general education courses, students are usually able to receive 60 hours of transfer credit for their associate degree coursework.
Q: How expensive is obtaining a degree from Trinity Tech?
A: Trinity Tech's tuition fees are $160 per credit hour. 43 credit hours are required for degree consideration. This fee covers the cost for online/offline Library and Research Access, Student Advisement, Technical Support, and various Student Services.
Q: Does Trinity Tech offer a student loan or financial aid program?
A: No. Payment of all tuition fees is entirely the responsibility of the student. However, because Trinity Tech does not operate a campus or employ a full-time faculty, these fees are much lower than you would expect to pay for a degree from a traditional college or university.
Q: What if I don't have a computer or access to the Internet? Can I still obtain a Trinity Tech degree?
A: No. In the future we will be offering correspondence classes.
Q: I am not a USA resident. Can you help me get a USA Student Visa or an H1B Work Visa?
A: No. Trinity Tech is online only and therefore there are no residency requirements. If you are seeking the Trinity Tech degree to gain entry into the USA, your request will be denied. Trinity Tech will not provide or assist with any credentialing necessary to obtain Visas for foreign citizens. For information on obtaining a Visa for entry into the USA, please see http://travel.state.gov.
Q: Do you issue diplomas to all countries?
A: No. Trinity Tech will not issue diplomas to individuals in restricted countries, which include: Cuba, Iran, Iraq, Libya, North Korea, Serbia, and Sudan.