This is a rigorous chemistry degree, including all major areas of chemistry, seminar, and required research, plus significant coursework to prepare for advanced study in chemical engineering, including mass and energy balance, unit operations, reaction engineering and additional advanced coursework.
- Chemistry paired with relevant coursework for chemical engineering
- Exceptional facilities and state-of-the-art instrumentation
- Highly research-active faculty supervise a large undergraduate research program
What You'll Study
Professors who prioritize research with Trinity students
This program is supported by faculty from the departments of Chemistry and Engineering Science, with a broad range of expertise represented
State-of-the-art facilities and research opportunities
Boasting one of the largest undergraduate chemistry research programs in the country, Trinity prepares students through hands-on learning
When You Graduate
Prepared for industry or advanced study
Applied chemistry graduates are prepared to enter the workforce in chemistry and advanced study in chemistry and chemical engineering.
Trinity graduates do more than investigate social patterns: they apply their strong research skills to find creative solutions to modern problems across all career fields.
Graduates are especially valued for their technical abilities, such as conducting ethnographic interviews, surveys, delving into social statistics, and using GIS.
- Environmental Studies
- Law Centers
- Museum Studies
- Public Health
Graduate Schools or Programs:
- Cultural studies
- Ethnic studies
- Medical school
- Public health
- Sustainable development
Notable Companies who have Hired Trinity Graduates:
- Bexar County District Attorney’s Office
- University Health System
- University of Houston