54 Credits | Main Campus
Learn how chemistry connects the physical, life, and applied sciences, as it shapes the world around us.
In Trinity’s state-of-the-art science laboratories, you’ll gain the skills and experience that are in demand in many career fields. Learn how chemistry connects the physical, life, and applied sciences, as it shapes the world around us. Gain research skills allowing you to branch into other fields of study at the graduate level or focus in on a specific area of chemistry that fascinates you.
You’ll be prepared for success in fields where women are still underrepresented, and have the opportunity to explore options such as graduate school, medical school, or employment in the industrial and non-profit sectors.
What You’ll Learn
- Gain a solid foundation in analytical, organic, and physical chemistry
- Acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to be successful in fields in which women are still underrepresented
- Gain the opportunity to explore options such as graduate school, medical school, or employment in the industrial and non-profit sectors
- Master a solid foundation in analytical, organic, and physical chemistry, and emphasizes the central roles that chemistry plays in biology and the global environment
Our students are encouraged to participate in internships; recent placements include programs at John Hopkins University, Brown University, N.I.H., N.S.F., and the Smithsonian.
- Chemical Engineer
- Art Conservation Specialist
- Environmental Consultant
- Laboratory Technician
It has been a wonderful four years surrounded by people who understand my struggles and push me to be a better version of myself. The sense of sisterhood and the mentorship I’ve gotten here… I’m convinced I wouldn’t have found that elsewhere. I am incredibly thankful for this university and all it has offered me these past four years.
Silvia Medina Balcazar ’19 – Biochemistry
College of Arts & Sciences Admissions Requirements
- Step One: Apply to Trinity
- Step Two: Have your School Administrator submit your Official Transcripts (High School/College/Home School/GED) – International Transcripts must be evaluated prior to submission
- Step Three: Submit Essay “Where do I see myself after obtaining a TWU degree?”
- Step Four: Submit your Recommendation Letter(s) (Teacher/Guidance Counselor/Mentor)
- Step Five: Once your application is submitted, use your log-in credentials to check your status
- First-Time Freshman candidates for admission should complete a secondary school program that includes 16 academic units: English, Mathematics (algebra, geometry, and trigonometry), Science to include Lab work (biology, chemistry, and physics), History, Foreign Language, and Social Science.
- Transfer candidates must submit official college transcripts from each previously attended college or university.
- Optional Standardized tests such as the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT I) and/or the American College Test (ACT) can be submitted. To have your scores sent to us use SAT code 5796 and ACT code 0696.
- Minimum cumulative grade point average 2.0 (on 4.0 Scale).