Majors in Social Justice and Worship Arts seek to provide students with expertise from various disciplines of the Trevecca curricula. The Social Justice Major provides students with curricula from the Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences, the School of Business and Technology, and the Millard Reed School of Religion. The Worship Arts Major provides students with curricula from the Department of Communication Studies, the School of Business and Technology, and the Millard Reed School of Religion. In order for the interdisciplinary conversation to take place, committees comprised of representative faculty from the Schools of Religion, Business and Technology, and Arts and Sciences have academic oversight of each of the two majors. In addition to courses provided by the various departments and schools, specific courses in social justice and worship are also provided in each major.
Through an interdisciplinary process the Leadership Studies Minor seeks to enhance the skill set of graduates in all undergraduate degree programs by providing a broad perspective on leadership and to enhance on-campus leadership development of student leaders for student government, peer mentoring, and resident assistants.