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Majors and Minors

Trinity offers you a broad choice of 39 majors, including an option to design your own. We’re also among the few selective liberal arts colleges that offer an ABET-accredited engineering program.  About 15 percent of our students pursue a double major, and an additional 25 percent major in an interdisciplinary field, such as neuroscience, environmental science, international studies, or public policy and law.

In addition to a major field, you may choose to complete a departmental or interdisciplinary minor as a way to personalize and add a special focus to your academic program.


American Studies Environmental Science Neuroscience
Anthropology French Studies Philosophy
Art History German Studies Physics
Biochemistry Hispanic Studies Political Science
Biology History Psychology
Chemistry Interdisciplinary Computing Public Policy and Law
Classical Civilization International Studies Religion
Classics Italian Studies Russian
Computer Science Jewish Studies Sociology

Language and Culture Studies
(Arabic, Chinese, Hebrew, Japanese)

Student-Designed Interdisciplinary Major
Educational Studies Studio Arts
Engineering Mathematics Theater and Dance
English Music Urban Studies
Women, Gender, and Sexuality

Individually-Tailored Interdisciplinary Majors

Film Studies
Human Rights Studies

Interdisciplinary Minors

African American Studies French Studies
Models and Data
Architectural Studies  German Studies
Asian Studies  Human Rights Studies
Progressive American Social Movements
Classical Antiquity  Italian Studies
Russian Studies
The Classical Tradition  Jewish Studies
Urban Studies
Cognitive Science  Legal Studies
Visual Studies
Community Action  Literature and Psychology
Women, Gender, and Sexuality
Film Studies   Marine Studies             
Writing, Rhetoric, and Media Arts
Formal Organizations  Medieval and Renaissance Studies