Affiliated Programs

Trinity offers graduate courses in conjunction with several ministry organizations that are applicable to a TEDS graduate degree. These special courses are offered at times and places specific to the ministry. For a current complete listing, contact TEDS at 800.588.7705 or 847.317.6550.


Graduate courses are available through the IBS and other staff training venues. These courses are designed for Cru staff but are also available for enrollment by others. For further information, call Keith Johnson at 919.401.6398 or e-mail

The Center for Bioethics and Human Dignity

Graduate-level and Doctor of Ministry courses are offered in conjunction with conferences and institutes of the Center each summer in Bannockburn and at other locations during the year. For information, call 888.246.3844 or 847.317.8180.

Movement Day Training Program

Movement Day Scholars can receive Trinity graduate credit for Movement Day training courses, and thus begin working on a seminary degree. This coursework (up to 9 cr/h total), may be applied toward the free electives in the MATS program, and the missions electives in the MA ICS program. Movement Day course work on a doctoral level of up to 9 cr/ can be incorporated into TEDS DMin program as well. For more information contact your regional director or Mac Pier in the Global Office at, or visit: Movement Day Training Program - Home


ME 5050 is offered at locations around the United States in conjunction with the Perspectives Study Program of the U.S. Center for World Mission. For information, please view the Perspectives website.

The Charles Simeon Trust

Graduate courses in homiletics are offered in conjunction with year-round training program for preachers. Students interested in taking the Charles Simeon Trust preaching courses for graduate TEDS credit should visit the Charles Simeon Trust.

Young Life

Graduate courses are offered in conjunction with Young Life year-round staff training programs. They are available only for Young Life staff.