In order to master the skills of analysis, research, and creation, students should demonstrate the ability to use disciplinary approaches characteristic of a broad range of areas of study.

  •  Required

    Students must successfully complete one course from each category at Trinity.

 


 

Humanities

Courses that enable students to understand the human condition through art, literature, history, philosophy, or religion.

 

Arts and Creative Expression

Courses that enable students to create aesthetic artifacts or performances.

 

Social and Behavioral Sciences

Courses that enable students to engage in the scientific study of human behavior

 

Natural Sciences

Courses that enable students to engage in the scientific study of the natural world.

 

Quantitative Reasoning

Courses that enable students to solve problems within a structured mathematical framework.

  Tools for Success

Refer to the Courses of Study Bulletin for details about Pathways requirements.

Search for classes and view current class schedules using TigerPaws.

Check out Trinity’s advising resources, and learn about the first-year registration process.

Use pathways.trinity.edu to review your degree audit.