Admissions

Trevecca Nazarene University offers a variety of admission tracks designed to reflect sensitivity and flexibility to the diverse needs and program preferences of the individual student.

As a private Christian university affiliated with the Church of the Nazarene, Trevecca is open to any qualified student without regard to race, color, sex, age, creed, national or ethnic origin, or physical disability. Trevecca Nazarene University (TNU) complies with all statutory and regulatory nondiscrimination requirements applicable to this institution in the administration of its educational policies and programs, scholarships and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.

The University reserves the right to refuse admission/readmission to any student or applicant based upon a determination that admission/readmission of the applicant would not be consistent with the goals and standards of the University.

Admissions for Specific Classifications

Traditional Undergraduate Admissions Procedure

The University invites applications from students who will contribute to, as well as benefit from the Trevecca experience. An applicant to Trevecca Nazarene University is considered on an individual basis and evaluated on the student's total picture of academic preparation, potential, and personal records. Future students are encouraged to visit the campus to learn more about what Trevecca has to offer.

Undergraduate admission is for the student desiring to complete an associate or bachelor degree program (or courses for personal enrichment) in a traditional track.

Apply online or download and print an Application for Undergraduate Admissions on Trevecca's web site at www.trevecca.edu or contact the Office of Admissions, Trevecca Nazarene University, 333 Murfreesboro Road, Nashville, Tennessee 37210-2877; (615)248-1320 or (888)210-4TNU. Trevecca's undergraduate e-mail address is: admissions_und@trevecca.edu.

Deadlines for applying are August 1 for fall semester and December 1 for spring semester.

Applicants are admitted upon a rolling basis, and a letter mailed to each applicant. Applicants not approved for admission are also notified by letter.

Applying for undergraduate admission consists of the following procedures:

Freshman

(First time college student)

  1. Complete the Application for Undergraduate Admission.
  2. Submit a $25.00 nonrefundable application fee with the paper application (The fee is waived for an electronic application). Make checks or money orders payable to Trevecca Nazarene University.
  3. Submit the confidential Medical Health History and Immunization Forms to Trevecca's Student Health Clinic prior to registration. These forms are found online at www.trevecca.edu/health. All information on the form will be maintained in strictest confidence by the professional medical staff.
  4. Submit an official ACT report (optional requirement of applicants 23 years of age or older and/or high school graduate of five (5) years or more unless required to meet the conditions of the Freshman Admissions Policy). The ACT is available in local designated testing centers. The results will automatically be sent to the University if the applicant specifies Trevecca as his or her college choice (ACT code is 4016.). The ACT data base is used in academic advising and is the official academic documentation for admission. SAT scores are acceptable although ACT is preferred. Applicants are not required to submit the essay component of these exams. An existing ACT report can be requested by writing to ACT, Box 414, Iowa City, Iowa 52240. ACT/SAT scores on an official high school transcript are acceptable (SAT code is 1809.).
  5. Request an official high school transcript to be mailed directly from the institution to Trevecca's Office of Admissions. If tentative admittance is desired, request a high school transcript through the end of the junior year. A final transcript stating date of graduation must be forwarded immediately after graduation because many high school offices are closed during the summer. If one is eligible by GED, an official score report and partial high school transcript must be sent directly from each reporting institution.
  6. The ACT/SAT scores are used to determine entry-level courses for English composition, mathematics, and reading. Students who place at higher levels will be able to waive beginning courses. Students who do not demonstrate college-level competencies in these areas will be required to successfully complete developmental courses in one or two semesters of their first year to reach the necessary competencies to qualify for college level courses.
  7. Request an official academic transcript be forwarded directly to Trevecca from any college/university for any dual enrollment or concurrent credit completed in high school. (An applicant who fails to acknowledge attendance in any college or university where he/she has been previously registered is subject to dismissal from Trevecca Nazarene University.)
  8. Submit a $200 Enrollment Deposit by May 1 for fall semester enrollment or by December 15 for spring semester enrollment.

Transfer

(High School graduate with more than ten transferable semester hours)

  1. Complete steps 1-3 under FRESHMAN procedures.
  2. Request an official academic transcript be forwarded directly to Trevecca from EACH college previously attended. (An applicant who fails to acknowledge attendance in any college or university where he/she has been previously registered is subject to dismissal from Trevecca Nazarene University.)
  3. Submit the Transfer Recommendation Form (optional requirement of applicants with a bachelor's degree and/or previous college attendance completed ten (10) or more years ago). This form will be sent to the candidate upon receipt of the application. Transfer applicants must sign the upper portion of the form and submit it to the dean of students from the college or university most recently attended for forwarding to Trevecca's Office of Admissions.
  4. Transfer students who have not earned or passed a college-level mathematics and/or English composition course at another institution should submit official ACT/SAT scores for placement at Trevecca. If scores are not available, placement testing will be required through the Office of Academic Services.
  5. An applicant with ten (10) transferable semester hours (15 quarter hours) or less will need to comply with all the steps under FRESHMAN procedures.
  6. Submit a $200 Enrollment Deposit by May 1 for fall semester enrollment or by December 15 for spring semester enrollment.

If the applicant is a veteran and submits a copy of his/her Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty (DD-214) form, he/she may receive credit for the 2-hour general education physical education requirement.

Re-admit

(Former Trevecca student not registered in the previous semester)

  1. Complete the Application for Undergraduate Admission to initiate reactivating previous credentials. (Note: An application fee is NOT required for re-admit applicants.)
  2. A re-admit applicant who has attended other institutions since leaving Trevecca must have an official academic transcript forwarded from EACH institution. The Transfer Recommendation should also be submitted from the college or university most recently attended.
  3. Submit the confidential Medical Health History and Immunization Forms to Trevecca's Student Health Clinic prior to registration if the previous health record has been on file beyond two years. These forms are found online at www.trevecca.edu/health.
  4. Submit a $200 Enrollment Deposit by May 1 for fall semester enrollment or by December 15 for spring semester enrollment.

Re-admitted student applications will be processed through a re-admission procedure that includes confirmation from the offices of Student Development, Academic Affairs, Accounting, and the Clinic.

Transient

(Student enrolled in another institution)

  1. Complete the Application for Undergraduate Admission.
  2. Submit a $25.00 nonrefundable application fee with the paper application, unless previously paid. (The fee is waived for an electronic application.)
  3. Submit an official "letter of good standing" from the institution currently being attended. The letter must be mailed directly to Trevecca's Office of Admissions from the academic dean or registrar of the student's present institution.
  4. Submit the confidential Medical Health History and Immunization Forms. These forms are found online at www.trevecca.edu/health.
  5. Submit a $200 Enrollment Deposit by May 1 for fall semester enrollment or by December 15 for spring semester enrollment.

Admission Policies and Requirements

Application Deadlines

Students applying for admission or readmission to Trevecca Nazarene University must submit an application by the following dates:

August 1

Fall semester enrollment

April 15

Summer semester enrollment

December 1

Spring semester enrollment

Enrollment Deposit

All applicants upon admittance to the University are required to submit a $200 enrollment fee by May 1 for the fall semester enrollment or by December 15 for the spring semester enrollment. This enrollment fee is non-refundable after the stated deadlines. All freshmen and transfers will have one half of their fee applied to their student account. The remaining one half will cover the student's orientation costs. (Orientation is required.) All readmit and special student applicants will have the full amount applied to their student account. Check or money order made payable to Trevecca Nazarene University must be submitted to the Office of Admissions.

Admission Policy for Freshmen

A freshman applicant will be admitted to Trevecca Nazarene University provided one of the following two conditions is met:

  1. A high school grade point average of 2.5 or above based on a 4.0 scale.
  2. An ACT composite score of 18 or above, or SAT Critical Reading + Math score of 860 or above.

If neither of the admissions conditions is met, a freshman applicant who has an ACT composite score of 15–17 or an SAT Critical Reading + Math score of 720–850 AND a minimum high school grade point average of 2.0 on a 4.0 scale will be granted admission on academic restriction.

Restrictions are:

  1. A study skills course is required during the first semesters of enrollment.
  2. The student's progress will be monitored through interviews and regular progress reports under the supervision of the associate director of academic services for the Center for Leadership, Calling, and Service.
  3. All developmental courses required by placement testing will be taken in specified sequence.

Restriction will be lifted when study skills and all developmental courses are completed successfully.

Admission for High School Graduates

Students graduating from high school must have a regular diploma or higher. High school certificates of attendance, special diplomas or the like are not sufficient for admission. Students falling into this category may be admitted on the basis of passing a GED (see section on Admission of Non-High School Graduates by GED) and submitting ACT or SAT scores under the condition of the Freshman Admissions Policy listed above (ACT composite score of 18 or above; SAT Critical Reading + Math of 860 or above).

Freshman admission requirements include graduation with at least 15 units of credit from an approved secondary school. It is recommended that for the best preparation for college, secondary school credits should include:

English

4 units

Foreign Language

2 units

Mathematics

2 units

Natural Science

1 unit

Social Science

2 units

This background provides a broad foundation for college studies.

Trevecca accepts the ACT as the official academic admissions document. The ACT is used for placement testing, academic advising, and scholarships.

Early Admissions Program

The high-achieving and mature students whose school officials, parents, and others from whom the University may seek information believe they can benefit by entering college a year early may be admitted under the Early Admissions Program. To do so, these minimum requirements must be fulfilled:

  1. Completion of the junior year in high school with a grade point average of 3.50.
  2. Completion of at least 12 units of secondary credit, 7 of which must be college preparatory subjects (including English, 3 units; mathematics, natural science and social science).
  3. A minimum composite score of 27 on the ACT (1200 SAT Critical Reading + Math).
  4. Provide favorable recommendations and/or approval from high school officials and others as may be designated by the Office of Admissions. If advisable, personal interviews may be requested. An applicant desiring high school graduation should ascertain from his or her high school officials whether or not college credits earned may also be applied toward requirements for a high school diploma.
  5. It is desirable and may be required that an applicant enter summer school to demonstrate ability to do successful college work. In such cases, a minimum of two courses would be carried and a grade point average of 2.0 necessary.
  6. Completion of all regular admission requirements.

Admission of Homeschooled Students

Admission of a homeschooler to Trevecca requires the same documentation as any other Trevecca freshman applicant (i.e. submitting official ACT/SAT scores, qualifying under the Freshmen Admissions Policy, etc.). The main difference is in the generation of the homeschooler's high school transcript. Trevecca requires a high school transcript with all the subjects and grades taken by the student.

If the homeschooler's education is:

  1. associated with a correspondence-school based organization, then the correspondence organization should provide the University with the official high school transcript.
  2. parent and student designed curriculum, then the parent as the primary instructor should provide the University with the official high school transcript.

Trevecca recognizes homeschool transcripts under parental authorization. Umbrella school and correspondence school transcripts are also accepted.

Admission of Non-High School Graduates by GED

Applicants may be admitted on the basis of a minimum average score of 45 on the USAFI Test of General Educational Development (GED) high school level if taken before 2002 or 450 if taken after 2001. Transcripts of all high school work must be submitted. Applicants must submit a minimum ACT composite score of 18 (860 Critical Reading + Math on the SAT) to meet the conditions of the Admission Policy for freshmen.

Admission of International Students

International students who wish to enter the University must file their applications and complete certified copies of official transcripts, certificates, diplomas and degrees translated to English well in advance of the semester for which they seek admission.

International students must show evidence of ability to understand and use English sufficiently well to succeed in their work at Trevecca. All international students must demonstrate English proficiency in one of the following ways:

Submit a successful official TOEFL score report.

The TOEFL requirement can be waived if:

The TOEFL examination is administered in many overseas testing centers. Students who wish to take the test should contact TOEFL, Educational Testing Service, Box 6151, Princeton, New Jersey 08541-6151 or www.toefl.org.

All regular admission requirements must be completed before official acceptance will be granted, including evidence of financial resources sufficient to pay expenses while a student at the University. Trevecca's Certification of Financial Support must be on file at the time an I-20 is issued. International students will have the same financial policy applied to them as any other student. In addition, an advance deposit of $1,000 USD is held in escrow for the total period of enrollment. The deposit must be received prior to the issuance of the letter of acceptance. Unless there is documented proof of reading, writing and math skills, international students will be required to register for developmental courses.

Admission of Special Students

Adult (Degree Students)

Applicants, 18 years of age or older, not having a high school diploma or a GED score of 45 may be admitted to the provisional Adult Special Program, which allows the student to prove his or her ability to do college-level work. The student will be limited to 9-12 hours of course work per semester, must earn a passing grade of S in all S/U courses, and must maintain a 2.0 GPA the first semester to be allowed to enroll for the second semester. On completion of two semesters with a passing grade of S in all S/U courses, a 2.0 GPA or better, and a minimum of 18 hours of credit, the student may petition the Admissions Committee for status as a regular student. Applicants must submit a minimum ACT composite score of 18 (860 Critical Reading and Math on the SAT) to meet the conditions of the Admission Policy for freshmen.

Adult (Non-Degree Students)

Applicants, 18 years of age or older, not desiring to pursue a degree program may be admitted as Adult Special students or take occasional courses for personal enrichment. A maximum of 16 semester hours may be earned in this status.

High School Students

High school students, upon recommendation of the high school principal or counselor, may be granted dual enrollment admission during the senior year in high school. Before dual admission is granted, the applicant must take the ACT or SAT and have the official qualifying scores sent to Trevecca's Office of Admissions. Such students may take University classes while completing their high school diploma.

Admission to Professional Programs

These professional programs have special admission requirements:

Medical Technology

Music Education

Music (Liberal Arts-General)

Music (Liberal Arts-Commercial)

Nursing

Social Work

Teacher Education

The specific procedures for each program are described in the music, science and math, social and behavioral science and teacher education department sections of this Catalog.

Transfer from Other Colleges

Applicants from other institutions seeking admission to the University must present evidence of honorable dismissal from the institution last attended and official transcripts of all college work taken. The institution must be a college or university accredited by a Commission on Colleges of a regional accrediting association. Any applicant who has not received an honorable dismissal from the previous institution will not be allowed to enroll at Trevecca until a minimum of one semester of suspension has elapsed.

A grade of D on transfer work will be accepted with the following qualifications: (1) A transfer course in which a D has been earned will not be allowed to count toward a major or minor; (2) Applicants who transfer a D grade in a course equivalent to ENG 1020—English Composition will be subject to the requirement of repeating ENG 1020 unless they have also completed the equivalent of ENG 1080—Critical Reading, Writing, and Thinking; (3) Policy will apply only to work transferred from regionally accredited institutions of higher learning. Transfer students with grade point averages below minimum standards will be entered on probation. (Refer to the system of academic probation and suspension located in the Academic Policy section of the Catalog.)

Applicants should request that their official academic transcript(s) be mailed to the Office of Admissions. Transcripts must arrive prior to registration in ample time for an official evaluation of course credit to be completed. A credit evaluation of transfer credit is given to the student for advising purposes. The University is not responsible for accommodating duplicate course work that is discovered with the arrival of transcripts after the advising dates have passed.

Transfer from Non-Accredited Colleges

After one full-time semester of satisfactory work at Trevecca, a student may have credits earned at a non-accredited college reviewed for acceptance as a basis for academic standing. The procedure is to require a statement from three (3) accredited colleges that have previously accepted credits earned from the non-accredited college. Evaluation of courses will be made on an individual basis. No credit will be given for courses below C, and courses must parallel course offerings at Trevecca Nazarene University. Only hours earned (not grades or GPA) will transfer. All transfer credit issues pertaining to general education core, college-level learning, instructional quality, and course equivalency shall receive final resolution through a collaborative effort involving discipline-appropriate faculty and department chairperson(s), school dean or dean of academic affairs.

Credit from non-regionally accredited proprietary schools will be validated for credit only by demonstration of competency through a departmental exam or nationally recognized testing agency (e.g., CLEP). CLEP tests will be used when available.

Transfer from Bible Colleges

Trevecca Nazarene University will accept up to 90 semester hours of credit (not grades or GPA) for courses with grades of C or above from Bible colleges accredited by the Association for Biblical Higher Education (ABHE). In addition to credits accepted, applicants must meet all requirements for graduation at Trevecca, including general education requirements and departmental requirements.

Credit by Examination

Trevecca Nazarene University recognizes several national testing programs that provide students with opportunities to earn college credit. Students may earn a total of 45 credit hours for passing test scores on subject-specific tests. Credit will be entered on the student's official transcript after attendance at Trevecca for one semester. Credit may be earned with minimum qualifying scores as recommended by the American Council of Education. Tuition for credit received through testing is charged at a reduced rate of $25 per hour. Testing credit awarded at other schools must also meet the above standard before being received for transfer credit. Official score reports must be sent directly to Trevecca. Testing credit is not assigned in the same area a student already has credit, and the examination must be taken within two weeks of enrollment if credit is sought for a currently enrolled course. Testing credit for General Education requirements must be submitted to the Office of Academic Records before the student has acquired 96 hours of coursework.

The following programs are approved.

Advanced Placement (AP)

Applicants who have participated in the Advanced Placement Program, sponsored by the College Entrance Examination Board, while in high school will receive credit for scores of 3, 4, or 5. The official score report must be sent directly to Trevecca. Trevecca's CEEB Code is 1809.

College Level Examination Program (CLEP)

CLEP examinations are offered at testing centers across the nation, including Trevecca's testing center. The testing center may be reached at 615-248-1346 or www.trevecca.edu/aservices/CLEP. Trevecca's CLEP Code is 1809.

International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO)

Scores for the International Baccalaureate Organization will be evaluated and credit assigned to the appropriate areas.

Defense Activity for Non-Traditional Education Support (DANTES)

DANTES examinations are offered at testing centers across the nation, including Trevecca's testing center. The testing center may be reached at 615-248-1346 or www.trevecca.edu/aservices/DANTES. Trevecca's DSST Code is 9784.

Orientation and Testing

The orientation program is designed to acquaint each new student and his or her family with University life and University personnel.

New student orientation is mandatory for all admitted freshmen and transfer applicants. It is offered in June and at the beginning of the fall and spring semesters. It includes group guidance sessions, personal counseling regarding curriculum, and social, recreational and religious events.

The ACT/SAT scores of freshmen are used to determine entry-level courses for English composition, mathematics, and reading. Trevecca accepts a student's highest composite score but cannot combine scores from separate tests. Certain entering students will be required to take developmental studies courses based on their scores.

A new student will be placed in an entry-level course based on the following:

English Placement

ACT English

SAT Critical Reading

 

28+

630+

ENG 1080–Critical Reading, Writing, and Thinking

19-27

470-620

ENG 1020–English Composition

18

450-460

ENG 1010–Introduction to Rhetoric

17 & below

440 & below

ENG 1010 + ENG 1010L Introduction to Rhetoric and Lab

Math Placement

ACT Math

SAT Math

 

26+

600+

MAT 1510–Calculus I

24-25

560-590

MAT 1310–Precalculus

20-23

480-550

MAT 1055–College Algebra

18-19

440-470

INT 0960–Intermediate Algebra*

17 & below

430 & below

INT 0950–Elementary Algebra*

*Developmental courses do not earn credit toward graduation.

Study Skills Placement

Freshmen accepted under Academic Restriction must take Study Skills (INT 1010).

Transfer students who have not earned college-level mathematics and/or English credits or submitted their official ACT/SAT scores must complete assessment testing in the appropriate area(s) during orientation and may be required to enroll in appropriate developmental courses.

Housing Information for New Students

Residence Hall and roommate assignments are determined by the Office of Student Development based on the date the $200 enrollment fee was received. A housing interview is required for students 23 years of age or older.

Trevecca offers apartments for rent on or near the campus to married students and other personnel. Inquiries about rent, availability, and regulations should be made directly to Trevecca's Accounting Office.

Non-Traditional Undergraduate Programs Offered

Traditionally, college education has been available only to those with time and money to spend several years away from work, and usually away from home. People who either choose or need to work often find no practical way of continuing their education. To meet the needs of the working adult, Trevecca Nazarene University offers the following adult degree-completion programs:

Management and Human Relations Program

The School of Business and Technology offers a BA in Management and Human Relations to those applicants 23 years of age or older who have at least 60 semester hours of college credit. Admission requirements for this program are available in the School of Business and Technology Adult Degree Completion Program Catalog from the College of Lifelong Learning.

Please call (615) 248-1529 or (800) 818-4256 for further information or access the website: http://www.trevecca.edu/mhr. Inquiries may also be e-mailed to management@trevecca.edu.

Christian Ministry Program

The Millard Reed School of Religion offers a B.A. in Christian Ministry in a cooperative degree-completion program conducted by Trevecca Nazarene University's Christian Ministry Program for and with the Salvation Army Southern Territory. This program seeks to encourage life-long learning by providing the Southern Territory with educational support for its officers, soldiers, employees, and volunteers. Enrollment in the Christian Ministry program is exclusively for Salvation Army personnel.

Please call (615) 248-7766 for further information or access the website: http://www.trevecca.edu/cmp.

Criminal Justice Program

The Department of Social and Behavioral Science offers a BS in Criminal Justice (CJD) to those applicants 23 years of age or older who have at least 60 semester hours of college credit. Admission requirements for this program are available in the CJD Program Catalog.

Please call (615) 248-1417 or (615) 248-1529 for further information or access the website: www.trevecca.edu/criminal.justice. Inquiries may also be emailed to criminaljustice@trevecca.edu.

Computer Information Technology Programs

The School of Business and Technology offers a BS in Computer Information Technology and a BS in Health Information Technology to those applicants 21 years of age or older who have at least 48 semester hours of college credit, and a BS in Health Information Technology to those applicants 21 years of age or older who have at least 60 semester hours of college credit. Admissions requirements for these programs are available in the School of Business and Technology Adult Degree Completion Program Catalog from the College of Lifelong Learning.

Please call (615) 248-1529 or (800) 818-4256 for further information or access the websites: http//www.trevecca.edu/bsit and http://www.trevecca.edu/hit. Inquiries may also be e-mailed to management@trevecca.edu.

Graduate Programs Offered

To encourage and provide continued professional growth opportunities, Trevecca offers the following graduate programs:

Graduate Business

Master of Science:

Management

Master of Business Administration:

Management

Information Technology

For additional information, schedule of classes, and application for graduate admissions, write or call: College of Lifelong Learning, Trevecca Nazarene University, 333 Murfreesboro Road, Nashville, Tennessee 37210-2877 (615) 248-1529; (800) 818-4256. E-mail: CLL@trevecca.edu; MBA Website: www.trevecca.edu/mba; MBAIT Website: www.trevecca.edu/mbait

Graduate Psychology

Master of Arts:

Counseling

Counseling Psychology

Master of Marriage and Family Therapy

Doctor of Philosophy:

Clinical Counseling: Teaching and Supervision

To obtain a catalog, schedule of classes, and application for graduate admissions, write or call: Graduate Psychology Program, Trevecca Nazarene University, 333 Murfreesboro Road, Nashville, Tennessee 37210-2877; (615) 248-1384. E-mail: admissions_psy@trevecca.edu.

Graduate Physician Assistant

Master of Science:

Medicine (Physician Assistant)

For a catalog, schedule of classes, and application for graduate admissions, write or call: Graduate Physician Assistant Program, Trevecca Nazarene University, 333 Murfreesboro Road, Nashville, Tennessee 37210-2877; (615) 248-1225. E-mail: admissions_pa@trevecca.edu.

Graduate Religion

Master of Arts:

Religion:

Preaching

Biblical Studies

Theological Studies

To obtain a catalog, schedule of classes, and application for graduate admissions, write or call: Graduate Religion Program, Trevecca Nazarene University, 333 Murfreesboro Road, Nashville, Tennessee 37210-2877; (615) 248-1378. E-mail:
admissions_rel@trevecca.edu.

Graduate Education

Master of Arts

Teaching K-6

Teaching 7-12

Teaching K-6 and English Language Learners

Master of Arts in Education

Teaching K-6

Master of Education

Curriculum, Assessment, and Instruction K-12

Educational Leadership K-12

English Language Learners PreK-12

Instructional Technology PreK-12*

Reading PreK-12*

Leading Instructional Improvement for Teachers PreK-12

Special Education K-12*

Visual Impairments Special Education

*Not currently enrolling students in these programs.

Doctor of Education:

Leadership and Professional Practice

To obtain a catalog, schedule of classes, and application for graduate admissions, write or call: Graduate Education Program, Trevecca Nazarene University, 333 Murfreesboro Road, Nashville, Tennessee 37210-2877; (615) 248-1201; (800) 284-1594. E-mail: admissions_ged@trevecca.edu.

Graduate Library Science

Master of Library and Information Science

For catalog, schedule of classes, and application for graduate admissions, write or call: Graduate Education Program, Trevecca Nazarene University, 333 Murfreesboro Road, Nashville, Tennessee 37210-2877 (615) 248-1201; (800) 284-1594. E-mail: admissions_ged@trevecca.edu.

Graduate Organizational Leadership

Master of Organizational Leadership

For additional information, schedule of classes, and application for graduate admissions, write or call: College of Lifelong Learning, Trevecca Nazarene University, 333 Murfreesboro Road, Nashville, Tennessee 37210-2877 (615) 248-1529; (800) 818-4256. E-mail: CLL@trevecca.edu.