Biochemistry, B.S. (Weekdays for Women)
Biochemistry is the science of life, and the relationship of living beings with the environment.
Biology B.S. (Weekdays for Women)
Through the study of living systems from the tiniest cell to enormous ecosystems, a biology degree from Trinity prepares you for your choice of careers.
Business Administration B.A. (Weekdays for Women)
An interdisciplinary approach to understanding sustainability, diversity, and consumerism in todays world
Certificate in Community Health Worker
Serve as a health advocate and liaison in the community with a certificate in Community Health Worker
Chemistry B.S. (Weekdays for Women)
Learn how chemistry connects the physical, life, and applied sciences, as it shapes the world around us.
Communication B.A. (Weekdays for Women)
Shape the world around you by shaping the messages that people hear -- in your own community or around the globe -- and promote democracy, good leadership, and social justice.
Community Education, B.A. (Weekdays for Women)
This non-licensure track is for those interested in working in education and community settings where a license is not required.
Criminal Justice B.A. (Weekdays for Women)
Learn both academic and real-world perspectives on crime: its causation, prevention, and control -- while pursuing a rewarding career in the criminal justice system.
Early Childhood Education, B.A. (Weekdays for Women)
Prepares women to earn a teaching license in Early Childhood Education to work with children birth to age eight.
Education Programs
Become a teacher and make a positive impact on young students lives – Trinity’s education programs prepare you to become certified as an educator in many different settings, each offering the opportunity to show children all the possibilities that exist for them.
Elementary Education, B.A. (Weekdays for Women)
Earn your teaching license in Elementary Education to work with children in 1st to 6th grade.
English B.A. (Weekdays for Women)
With the ability to read attentively and write curiously, clearly, and confidently, a good English graduate can win an argument without ever raising her voice.
Forensic Science, B.S. (Weekdays for Women)
Gain a solid foundation in both the biology and the chemistry necessary for many forensic investigations along with applications relevant to crime labs.
Global Affairs, B.A. (Weekdays for Women)
Gain the skills required to engage, lead, and serve on the global stage.
Health Services, B.A. (Coed, Evenings & Weekends)
Trinity's Health Services degree prepares future health care leaders to confidently navigate the health care system and enact positive change.
History, B.A. (Weekdays for Women)
Pursue your dream career and take advantage of access to world-class research facilities and collections, such as the Library of Congress and the National Archives.
Human Relations, B.A. (Weekdays for Women)
Study and understand human behavior from both a psychological and a sociological perspective -- and take that knowledge to a career anywhere you dream.
Journalism and Media Studies B.A. (Weekdays for Women)
Prepare to face the challenge of keeping up with the latest trends, technologies, and industry debates as you learn the skills for today’s media workplaces.
Mathematics, B.S. (Weekdays for Women)
Gain the ability to translate and represent real-world problems in mathematical language and notation, and turn that into a lifelong career!
Nursing, B.S.N. (Pre-Licensure)
Our students focus initially on liberal arts courses that provide a framework for their chosen major in nursing.
Occupational Therapy Assistant, O.T.A., B.S.
Occupational therapy helps people across the lifespan engage in the things they want and need to do through the therapeutic use of everyday activities.
Political Science, B.A. (Weekdays for Women)
study politics and government while actively participating in the political process, and develop much-needed dedication and leadership qualities that can help form a more just society.
Psychology, B.A. (Weekdays for Women)
Prepare for a career of discovery and challenging stereotypes in mental health and human services fields through a solid foundation in research, theory, and practical skills.
Public Health B.S.
Seek a degree in Public Health to achieve equity and promote health and wellbeing in local, national, and global communities.
Sociology, B.A. (Weekdays for Women)
Through an understanding of social constructs and cultural biases and norms, Trinity's sociology degree empowers you to make positive changes in your community and the world at large.
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