Why Major in Neuroscience at Trinity?
There may be no course of study more representative of the relevance, dimension, and challenge of a liberal arts education at Trinity than the major in Neuroscience. With its combination of biology, chemistry, philosophy, psychology, and engineering, it could seem to some as a non-traditional program for an institution dedicated to the liberal arts. Such close interaction results in a strong camaraderie among Neuroscience majors. These bonds sustain them through the College years and beyond; many Neuroscience graduates continue to maintain close ties to each other and to Trinity, providing a productive networking relationship. Outcomes After graduation as Neuroscience majors, most students pursue graduate studies in some area related to their curriculum at Trinity, including between 40-50 percent of graduates who go on to attend medical school. Others pursue graduate degrees in research. Still others find their undergraduate experience has provided an exceptional foundation for careers