Expanding understanding


Exploring the heart of matter

Students in the chemistry program are prepared for professional careers in industrial chemistry, medicine, teaching, or graduate studies—but studies are more than just the learning of facts. The Christian perspective of classes offers insight into what chemistry means when considering God, his creation, and our care for it.


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Biochemistry & Molecular Biology

By earning a B.S. degree in biochemistry and molecular biology, your studies will encompass both biology and chemistry, along with coursework in math and physics.

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You love science, computer science, statistics, mathematics, and engineering—then a B.S. in Bioinformatics is for you.

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As a chemistry major, you will study creation through the viewpoint of the Creator. A degree from Trinity expands your understanding of our world and how to care for it.

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Chemistry Education

The world needs dedicated chemistry teachers, who bring a Christian perspective to science classrooms.



Chemistry Minor

A minor in chemistry from Trinity will prepare you for further studies at the graduate level, as well as for careers in research, pharmaceuticals, healthcare, and food industries, among many others.

Faculty Focus

Jon Vander Woude

Assistant Professor of Chemistry

For Jon Vander Woude, being a good steward of God’s creation means understanding that God is not separate from science, nor is he discredited by it. Vander Woude believes God created science, and studying science enables his students to learn more about the incredible universe that God has created.