Through six curricular requirements, students acquire the necessary skills and disciplinary perspectives to navigate complex questions at Trinity and in their post-graduate lives.
Through extensive engagement in a topic of widespread or enduring significance, the First Year Experience (FYE) is designed for students to analyze sophisticated texts and ideas.
In order to master the skills of analysis, research, and creation, students should demonstrate the ability to use disciplinary approaches characteristic of the humanties, arts & creative disciplines, social and behavorial sciences, natural sciences, and quantitative disciplines.
Trinity students are lifelong learners, supported by effective communication skills, digital literacy, and engaged and global citizenship.
Students should demonstrate the ability to explore a complex subject of enduring or contemporary significance by employing multiple disciplinary methods.
Majors provide for in-depth study of a field of specialization. Students may elect multiple disciplinary majors or construct a second, interdisciplinary major in consultation with their advisers.
Students should possess basic knowledge, understanding, or skills that will help them to make good decisions relating to health throughout their lives.