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Graduate Studies at Trinity College

Interested in personal enrichment? Career enhancement? A challenging learning environment? Then Graduate Studies at Trinity College might be just the ticket!

Trinity College graduate programs are designed for professionals and adults with busy schedules, offering courses during the evening on a part-time basis. Building on Trinity’s outstanding reputation in the liberal arts and sciences, students can earn master’s degrees in three areas: 

American Studies  (Cultural Studies; Museums and Communities; New England and the Nation: Historical Perspectives)
New courses offered during Spring 2016!
New BA/MA program for Trinity undergraduates who major in American Studies or History. Click here for complete description.

* Please note important changes in curriculum and degree requirements in English

Public Policy  (Public Policy Studies; Health Care Policy)
New courses offered during Spring 2016!

Neuroscience (BA/MA program for Trinity College students only)

Trinity College has offered quality graduate studies to men and women since 1927. To that end, all programs feature
  • Outstanding faculty who are widely recognized for high quality instruction and scholarship
  • Small classes
  • Convenient scheduling, evening classes
  • Exceptional computing and research facilities
  • Opportunities for independent research and involvement with local agencies, schools, businesses and organizations
  • Individual attention and counseling
  • A community of adult learners who are serious about their educational aspirations
  • Affordable cost: now offering flat rate of tuition to matriculated graduate students for three years (click here for complete description)

Easy application (no GREs required!). Apply now for matriculated status or take up to two courses on a non-matriculated, trial basis.


For Additional Information, Please Contact:
William R. Barnett, Ph.D.
Dean of Graduate Studies
Trinity College
300 Summit St.
Hartford, CT 06106-3100
(860) 297-2527

Campus Map (PDF)


Impending Deadlines, Notices
Add/Drop Period for
Spring 2016 Ends
February 1, 2016

Class Cancellations for Monday, 2/8/16:
AMST 880, New England Landscapes (Prof. Southern)
AMST 832/PBPL 822, Economic History & Policy (Prof. Jacobs)
Applications for Matriculation for
Fall 2016 Due
May 1, 2016
Apply Online!
Congratulations to 2015 M.A. Graduates!!
(See list here)

Library Privileges, including online renewal, for Graduate Students Explained
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