Dr. Chris Brown, commissioner of the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association (MIAA), talks about his vision for the conference and offers advice for students wanting to work in athletic administration on the newest episode of Trine University’s Center for Sports Studies podcast.
TrineOnline programs recognized by Study.com
December 06, 2019
Two Trine University online degree programs recently were recognized for quality, accessibility, affordability and excellence by Study.com, a service to help students earn better grades, reduce college costs and make better college and career decisions.
Trine placed 20th in the organization’s national rankings of Best Online Accounting Degree Programs and 28th in its 2019 ranking of Best Online Criminal Justice Degree Programs. The programs are offered through TrineOnline.
Criteria for the rankings included type of degree or degrees offered, career possibilities for which students are prepared, financial aid available, availability of online support services, time frame for degree completion and transfer credit acceptance.
“This recognition highlights the efforts TrineOnline has put into excelling in accessibility, affordability and quality to provide the best education for our online students,” said Keirsten Eberts, assistant vice president for TrineOnline. “These elements, combined with program outcomes designed to meet the needs of today’s employers, allow TrineOnline graduates to enhance their skills, complete their degrees and advance in their careers.”
TrineOnline offers convenient associate’s, bachelor’s and master’s degree programs in Business Administration, Leadership and Management, Engineering and Technology, and Communication, Justice and Psychology. More information is available at trine.edu/online.
Study.com serves more than 30 million students each month, providing information to help users make important decisions regarding their school and career choices.
Three members of Trine University’s student chapter of the Society for Automotive Engineers (SAE) had the opportunity to drive on a professional track during a National Auto Sport Association (NASA) event over the summer.
FORT WAYNE — Trine University has purchased an additional 43 acres of land from Parkview Health in Fort Wayne.