List of Academic Programs

Trinity offers a wide array of exemplary academic programs leading to undergraduate and graduate degrees; undergraduate minors are also offered through selected programs in the College of Arts and Sciences. Students in the College of Arts and Sciences may also construct an individualized major in consultation with a supervising faculty member and other faculty in various disciplines.

Click on a link below for further information about specific academic programs.

Academic Program Degree Minor Undergrad. Graduate
Applied Statistics   yes    
Art History (Fine Arts)   yes    
Biochemistry B.S. yes    
Biology B.S. yes    
Business Administration B.A.   B.S. M.B.A.
Chemistry B.S. yes    
Communication B.A. yes B.A. M.A.
Counseling       M.A.
Criminal Justice B.A. yes B.S.  
Curriculum and Instruction       M.Ed.
Economics   yes    
Education, Teacher B.A.*
yes   M.A.T.*
Educational Administration       M.S.A.*
English B.A. yes    
Exercise Science B.A.      
Fine Arts   yes    
General Studies     A.A.
History B.A. yes    
Human Relations B.A.   B.A.  
Interdisciplinary Courses yes† yes†    
International Affairs B.A. yes    
International Security       M.A.
Mathematics B.S. yes    
Nursing B.S.N.   B.S.N.
R.N. to B.S.N
Organizational Management       M.S.A.
Philosophy   yes    
Political Science B.A. yes    
Psychology B.A. yes    
Religious Studies & Theology   yes    
Sociology B.A. yes    
Women’s Studies   yes    

* The School of Education offers programs providing course work that meets state requirements for certain types of certification.

† All undergraduate students and eligible graduate students are encouraged to take interdisciplinary courses. Descriptions for specific undergraduate interdisciplinary courses may be found in the Interdisciplinary and Supporting Courses page for the College of Arts and Sciences. Students in the College of Arts and Sciences may also construct individualized majors and minors that are interdisciplinary in scope.


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