The world is a pretty complex place. To succeed, it takes the kind of depth of knowledge in a particular field that will set you apart. At the same time, it takes an understanding of how various disciplines and fields intersect and intertwine every day.
At Trine, you’ll find nationally respected programs and nationally acclaimed faculty who will help you build your depth of knowledge. And you’ll do so in a setting where you’ll live, learn, relax, reflect, share, inspire, and be inspired by fellow students representing a rich diversity of academic interests and professional goals.
Created in 2015, the College of Engineering and Business is home to the Allen School of Engineering and Technology and the Ketner School of Business. This structure develops a partnership that enhances the strong reputation of the engineering programs with the strengths of the business school. This along with Innovation One, Trine's incubator for creativity, invention and design, will provide experiential learning as students work in laboratories, engage with manufacturers, businesses and corporations to enhance what they have learned in the classroom.
In 2016, the College of Graduate and Professional Studies and the Graduate School were combined to provide outstanding programs to working adults/nontraditional students offering quality, flexibility, and convenience all at once at each of the eight education centers located in Indiana and Michigan. The College offers a wide range of associate, bachelor, and master’s programs while students enjoy individualized guidance, advanced technological resources, and flexible scheduling options.
Trine has been educating the area’s best teachers since 1884. The NCATE-accredited Franks School of Education blends solid theoretical knowledge with crucial field experiences that begin as early as the freshman year. The School is guided by highly respected former teachers, administrators, and department chairs, and last year’s class of education graduates achieved a 100 percent pass rate on the Praxis I and Praxis II state exams.
From criminal justice and forensic science, to music, biology, and mathematics, the Jannen School of Arts & Sciences delivers extensive theoretical knowledge and hands-on training in state-of-the-art classrooms and labs. And one-third of the School’s faculty have been nominated by their students to Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers—more than twice the national average.
The Rinker-Ross School of Health Sciences is the home of our first doctoral program, Doctor of Physical Therapy, and future home to our Master of Physicians Assistant programs. In the undergraduate degrees, students can choose from majors including exercise science, biology, biochemistry and a variety of pre-professional tracks.