School of Professional Studies

The School of Professional Studies offers undergraduate programs for women and men accelerated degree programs with 8-week classes that meet in the evenings and weekends.

The School of Professional Studies offers academic support to help you succeed; the Writing Center will help you with your papers (and your resume!), and free tutoring is available.

Contact a Recruiter

Cynthia Bond
Enrollment Recruiter Professional Programs
bondcy@trinitydc.edu
202-884-9406

Business Administration with Human Resource Management B.S. (Coed Evenings & Weekends)
Prepare to attract, manage and develop the workforce organizations need to ensure a strategic competitive advantage in a fluid local economy that is influenced by global pressures.
Business Administration, B.S. (Coed Evenings & Weekends)
Our business administration program equips students with a solid understanding of the various functional areas of business and the analytical and communication skills that are essential to develop and implement effective strategies in a competitive environment.
Criminal Justice B.A. (Coed Evenings & Weekends)
Trinity's criminal justice program focuses on the role of criminal justice within the broader concept of social justice in a multi-cultural, industrialized democracy.
Early Childhood Community Education, B.A. (Coed Evenings & Weekends)
This non-licensure track is for those interested in working in education and community settings where a license is not required.
Early Childhood Education, B.A. (Coed Evening & Weekends)
Earn your teaching license in Early Childhood Education to work with children birth to age eight.
General Studies, B.A. (Coed Evenings & Weekends)
Hone your critical thinking & writing skills while enjoying the flexibility of choosing areas of focus according to interests and experiences. Includes non-licensure track for those considering a career in Early Childhood Education
Health Services, B.A. (Coed, Evenings & Weekends)
Trinity's Health Services degree prepares future health care leaders to confidently navigate the health care system and enact positive change.
Human Relations, B.A. (Coed Evenings & Weekends)
Better understand human behavior and the social world as you develop a scholarly perspective in the two major social science areas of psychology and sociology.
Journalism and Media Studies, B.A. (Coed Evenings & Weekends)
With a B.A. in Journalism and Media Studies, a student who sees herself as a non-fiction storyteller with a passion to educate and engage an audience with words, sounds and visuals, has a career in her future as a digital journalist, media manager or communications specialist.
Psychology, B.A. (Coed Evenings & Weekends)
Prepare for a career or graduate study in mental health and human services with a solid foundation in research, theory and practical skills.
Undecided
I want to attend Trinity, but I'm still undecided as to what I want to study