With a minor in chemistry, students bolster their primary field of study with a foundation in the chemical sciences.
- Exceptional facilities and state-of-the-art instrumentation
- Highly research-active faculty supervise a large undergraduate research program
What You'll Study
Two years of lecture and laboratory plus some advanced coursework
Professors who prioritize research with Trinity students
The chemistry faculty's expertise spans all the major subdisciplines of chemistry—analytical, biochemical, inorganic, organic, and physical—and instructors are eager to work closely with students on exciting projects at the frontier of chemical research.
Trinity’s highly active undergraduate chemistry state-of-the-art facilities and research programs prepare students through hands-on learning.
Trinity has one of the most active chemistry undergraduate research programs in the country.
The chemistry department is located in Trinity’s Center for the Sciences and Innovation, which boasts 280,000 square feet of high-quality laboratory...
Students have opportunities to get involved with activities organized by the American Chemical Society Student Affiliates (Chemistry Club), the...
The chemistry department awards students for outstanding performance in general chemistry, organic chemistry, and biochemistry courses, as well as for...
The department maintains a regular chemistry seminar program that hosts a range of scientists who spend the day on campus visiting with students and...
When You Graduate
A scientific foundation enhances skills
Chemistry minors possess a strong scientific foundation that employers and graduate schools value.
Graduates have gone on to a number of careers across the fields of education, research, technology, health professions, and more.
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