Jannen School of Arts and Sciences
Hands-on learning is not theory at Trine.
Our curriculum focuses on practical problem solving and innovation, with internships adding a real-world dimension to your education. Communication members work on our campus as sports broadcasters, write for our alumni magazine, and work with admissions. Criminal Justice majors have a crime scene lab on campus to enhance their investigative skills. English majors work in our Writing Center and see their work published through our own TrineHAC Press or online at TrineHAC.com. All of our programs encourage our majors to gain hands-on experience by being involved in activities like these on campus and through off-campus internship opportunities, as well.
Our faculty are active scholars who share their professional experiences inside—and outside—the classroom. They have written books and serve as columnists for local newspapers. They design classroom projects that benefit local businesses and organizations. They present at international conferences, host film festivals and present campus symposia on academic and contemporary topics.
Trine University will help you become an effective communicator, critical thinker and thoughtful analyst. With fully 100 percent of our Class of 2016 employed or in graduate school within six months of graduation, you will have an immediate impact as you prepare to shape the future.
- Communication | Major
- Criminal Justice | Major
- English Major
- General Studies (Pre-Legal) | Major
- General Studies (Self-Designed) | Major
- Mathematics | Major
- Psychology | Major
- General Arts and Sciences | Program
- Communication | Minor
- Criminal Justice | Minor
- History | Minor
- Humanities | Minor
- Mathematics | Minor
- Music | Minor
- Psychology | Minor