A broad perspective.

At Trine, learning happens everywhere—during a casual encounter, a walk across campus, over coffee at Centennial Station. Because here, you'll find a community of teachers and learners that represent varying levels of higher education, a vibrant diversity of interests and goals, and a wealth of life experiences from which we all gain.

Whether you're straight out of high school, a working adult looking to advance your career, a graduate student, or looking for a great online program, we have the answer.

Undergraduate Programs

Undergraduate Programs

We offer Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) and Bachelor of Science (B.S.) programs in a broad range of fields, including business, education, engineering, health sciences, and arts and sciences.

Undergraduate Programs

Graduate Programs

Graduate Programs

We offer a Master of Science in Engineering Management, a Master of Science with a major in criminal justice, a Master of Science in Leadership, a Master of Business Administration and a Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies (expected to begin in 2017). We also offer a Doctor of Physical Therapy. 

Graduate Programs

Adult Students

Adult Students

For working adults, choose a degree program that best fits your career or life goals in business, engineering, technology, and the humanities.

Adult Students

Additional Programs

Additional Programs

Trine offers additional programs to enhance your academic experience. Choose from programs for Honors, Study Abroad, co-ops, internships, and more.

Additional Programs

Three Year Degree Path

Three-Year Degree Path

For students who are focused and know exactly the professional future they want, we offer the Full Throttle pathway to degree completion. You'll be positioned to pursue and earn your degree in just three years, through a combination of face-to-face and online courses.

Three-Year Degree Path

Community Education

Community Education

Intellectually stimulating, personal enrichment courses for children and adults will help enhance knowledge and skills, and expand horizons into new areas of personal or career interest.

Community Education