Programs by Schools and Departments

Trevecca Nazarene University offers three associate, eighty-eight baccalaureate, twenty-one master's, and two doctoral degree majors. A post baccalaureate program is also available. The University is organized academically into four schools with undergraduate departments and programs and related graduate programs. Academic units not included in a school report directly to the associate provost and dean of academic affairs or the dean of the School of Religion. A chart of undergraduate majors, concentrations within majors, minors, and pre-professional studies areas and the requirements for undergraduate majors are listed by academic schools and departments on the following pages.

SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

Department of Communication Studies

Department of English

Department of Music

Department of Exercise and Sport Science

Department of Science and Mathematics

Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences

Criminal Justice Program*†

SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND TECHNOLOGY

Department of Business Administration

Department of Information Technology

Management and Human Relations Program*

Computer Information Technology Program*

Health Information Technology Program*

Graduate Business Program*

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION

Department of Teacher Education

Post Baccalaureate Program

Graduate Education Program*

Graduate Library Science Program*

MILLARD REED SCHOOL OF RELIGION

Department of Religion and Philosophy

Christian Ministry Program*

Graduate Religion Program*

OTHER UNITS REPORTING DIRECTLY TO THE DEAN OF THE SCHOOL OF RELIGION

Center for Social Justice (Undergraduate/Interdisciplinary)

Center for Worship Arts (Undergraduate/Interdisciplinary)

OTHER UNITS REPORTING DIRECTLY TO THE ASSOCIATE PROVOST AND DEAN OF ACADEMIC AFFAIRS

Leadership Studies (Undergraduate/Interdisciplinary)

Interdepartmental Studies (Undergraduate)

Graduate Counseling Program*

Graduate Physician Assistant Program*

Graduate Organizational Leadership Program (Interdisciplinary)*

*Degree completion programs and graduate programs are described in their respective catalog supplements.

†The CJD Program is being discontinued. Applications are no longer being accepted.