Through Pathways, Trinity’s curriculum, the University is committed to ensuring that all Trinity degrees represent a robust liberal arts and sciences education.
Pathways: The Trinity Curriculum
Through critical thinking, curiosity, and interdisciplinary insight, students are challenged and supported in a community that encourages pathways to discovery.
Choose Your Own Path
Embarking on Pathways to discovery means you get to choose the direction you take with your curriculum. Below are some major milestones you’ll encounter on your journey, as well as recommendations for completing requirements and optional elements along the way.
Requirements and Optional Elements
Pathways has six curricular requirements and three optional elements that provide a foundation in the liberal arts and sciences for all bachelor's degrees awarded by Trinity University.
Analyze sophisticated texts and ideas through extensive engagement in a significant topic.
Approaches to Creation and Analysis
Master the skills of analysis, research, and creation using multidisciplinary approaches.
Learn effective communication skills, digital literacy, historical perspectives, and engaged and global citizenship.
(If you’re working under the 2021-2022 COSB or later)
Gain depth in a scholarly area outside of your primary major.
(If you’re working under the 2020-2021 COSB or earlier)
Explore a complex subject by employing multiple disciplinary methods.
Gain in-depth study of a field of specialization, often incorporating multiple disciplines.
Make good decisions relating to lifelong health and wellness.
Courses of Study Bulletin
Degree requirements, academic policies, and academic majors and minors at Trinity University.
Programs of Study
Trinity University offers more than 100 majors and minors plus several interdisciplinary and advising programs.
Programs and services to enhance student learning and personal and academic development.