What's your business?
Are you interested in large corporations, non-profit organizations, family-run or small business enterprise? At Ketner School of Business, we will prepare you for every facet of the business world through our practical, hands-on approach and entrepreneurial focus. You'll study real businesses, look into contemporary case studies, participate in internships, and benefit from input by industry leaders - you will see once you're here.
Building Tomorrow’s Business Leaders One Experience at a Time.
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Founded on Critical Thinking, Integrity, Passion,
Personal Growth and Experiential Learning.
It's a Trine Thing!
Simulations, real-world case studies, and internships give you the practical experience that leads you to a meaningful career path after graduation. You'll explore it all—Fortune 500, middle market, small business, and entrepreneurship.
We offer degrees that employers seek:
- Accounting | Major | Minor | Associate
- Applied Management | Major
- Business for Non-Business Students | Minor
- Business Administration | Major (beginning fall 2017) | Associate
- Entrepreneurship for Business Students | Minor
- Entrepreneurship for Non-Business Students | Minor
- Golf Management | Major | Minor
- Hospitality and Tourism | Major
- International Business | Major
- Leadership | Minor
- Management | Major | Minor
- Marketing | Major | Minor
- Sport Management | Major
Investments, FIN 403, Visit to Chicago
L to R: Paige Stark, Casey Rowe, Cole Mabie, Dr. Kolar,
Jian Kong, Brian LeGalley, and Kenneth Rappuhn
Dr. Marek Kolar took his Investments, FIN 403 class to Chicago on December 2nd. While there they visited the Chicago Board of Exchange and the Federal Reserve Bank.
2016 - 2017 KSB Faculty and Staff
Front row: Dawn Moore, Valda Colbart, Catherine Benson. Back row: Bill Maddock,
Linda Conley, Tony Camillo, Marek Kolar, Tricia Hersel, Gregg Shull, Jeff McGowan,
Carter Snider, Toby Swick, Kelly Trusty, David Anspaugh, Vernon Stanger, Danny Powell
and Linda Cooper.
Founding Ketner Fellows
The Ketner Fellows program was established in 2015 to honor and reflect the values of Ketner School of Business benefactor, inspiring leader and retail entrepreneur Ralph W. Ketner. Students pursuing a business major or minor who demonstrate excellent leadership, communication, and positive influence are selected to become Ketner Fellows through an annual faculty nomination and application process. The Fellows volunteer their junior and senior years to polish their servant leadership skills, build business prowess and serve as leaders, mentors, and ambassadors throughout Ketner School of Business and the Trine community.
The Founding Ketner Fellows
Back, from left: Lucas Hochstetler, Brandon Beery, Trey Calver, Logan Street, Victor Flynn, Levi Lawson, Adam Yenser, Travis Durham, Sloan Whitaker, Blake Carnall
Front, from left: Astrid Koose, Barbara Dyrcz, Lauren Verkamp, Carly Osinski, Kelsey Pence, Megan Verkamp, Paige Stark
The Ketner School of Business and the School of Professional Studies received accreditation from the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). Accredited programs are the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Bachelor of Applied Management, Associate in Accounting and Associate in Business Administration.