Courses used to fulfill the cluster requirements may also be used to fulfill core capacity requirements, a minor, or a second major. Cluster courses may not be used to fulfill requirements of a primary major.
- Students must successfully complete three courses, totaling no fewer than 9 credit hours, from three disciplines.
- These courses may be structured as a part of a faculty-designed cluster or a student-designed learning experience that meets the guidelines of the University Curriculum Council.
- Courses in the Interdisciplinary Cluster must be taken at Trinity University, with one exception: one course from a Trinity-approved Study Abroad program may be applied to a student’s Interdisciplinary Cluster with pre-approval by the Interdisciplinary Cluster Steering Committee. Only one course in the cluster may be used to fulfill the requirements of the student’s primary major.