Literature, Arts & Humanities Programs

The Literature, Arts & Humanities Programs at Trinity have been the jewel of our storied institution since we opened our doors in 1897. Today, however, Trinity’s cross-cultural Humanities programs are living, evolving and preparing our graduates for an advanced cosmopolitan 21st Century world. Students master content from diverse cultures and time periods, preparing them for a multi-cultural world. This connection to our past, and our focus on the future make these ideal for contemporary populations.

  • Convenient schedule of classes with course formats including daytime, evening, weekend, online and face-to-face classes.
  • Trinity programs are among the most affordable in the region, and customized financial aid packages are available.

Contact a Trinity Admissions Recruiter: admissions@trinitydc.edu (202) 884-9400

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Literature, Arts & Humanities Degree Programs

Art History (Minor)
Our art history minors explore the history of art and music as well as their own personal creative processes
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.
Fine Arts (Minor)
The Fine Arts Program offers courses in the history of art, studio art, dance, and music, which are viewed as complementary disciplines.
General Studies, A.A.
Choose an area of focus from: Early Childhood Education, Social and Behavioral Sciences, Arts and Humanities, or Business
General Studies, B.A. (Coed Evenings & Weekends)
Hone your critical thinking & writing skills while enjoying the flexibility of choosing areas of focus according to interests and experiences. Includes non-licensure track for those considering a career in Early Childhood Education
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.
Philosophy (Minor)
Philosophy explores the ideas, values, principles, and arguments through which we shape our lives and our learning.
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. (Coed Evenings & Weekends)
Prepare for a career or graduate study in mental health and human services with a solid foundation in research, theory and practical skills.
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.
Religious Studies (Minor)
Explore perennial human questions concerning ultimate meaning and value
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.
Women’s Studies (Minor)
Study the interaction of class, race, gender, and sexuality with a minor in Women's Studies
Art History (Minor)
Our art history minors explore the history of art and music as well as their own personal creative processes
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.
Fine Arts (Minor)
The Fine Arts Program offers courses in the history of art, studio art, dance, and music, which are viewed as complementary disciplines.
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.
Philosophy (Minor)
Philosophy explores the ideas, values, principles, and arguments through which we shape our lives and our learning.
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.
Religious Studies (Minor)
Explore perennial human questions concerning ultimate meaning and value
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.
Women’s Studies (Minor)
Study the interaction of class, race, gender, and sexuality with a minor in Women's Studies
General Studies, A.A.
Choose an area of focus from: Early Childhood Education, Social and Behavioral Sciences, Arts and Humanities, or Business
General Studies, B.A. (Coed Evenings & Weekends)
Hone your critical thinking & writing skills while enjoying the flexibility of choosing areas of focus according to interests and experiences. Includes non-licensure track for those considering a career in Early Childhood Education
Psychology, B.A. (Coed Evenings & Weekends)
Prepare for a career or graduate study in mental health and human services with a solid foundation in research, theory and practical skills.