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College of Engineering and Business

Blending Engineering and Business Skills

The College of Engineering and Business was created in a nod toward today’s collaboration between professional engineers and business leaders. The Allen School of Engineering and Technology and the Ketner School of Business were moved under the College of Engineering and Business. In Fall 2019, the college will add Trine's new School of Computing. The organizational structure blends the multiple strengths of each school to develop engineering and business skills for students who will be responsible for innovative solutions and results in the 21st century.

Ketner School of Business

With programs ranging from accounting, finance, golf management, management, marketing, and sport management, the Ketner School of Business is widely respected throughout the region. The School’s academic programs are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs, and internships, simulations, and real-world case studies offer students a wealth of practical knowledge and skills. 

Allen School of Engineering & Technology

With an average class size of just 17 students; faculty who’ve earned their doctorates from MIT, Yale, Princeton, Notre Dame, Virginia Tech, and Georgia Tech, among others; and a placement rate of  99.3 percent, the Allen School of Engineering & Technology is among the elite. Students find themselves immersed in hands-on work, and our programs in chemical, civil, electrical, computer, and mechanical engineering are accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET.

School of Computing

To help meet the growing need for professionals in areas such as hardware and software development, networking and information technology, Trine University will launch its new School of Computing in the fall of 2019. The School of Computing will encompass current Trine programs in computer and software engineering as well as a revitalized computer science and information technology major that will feature new tracks in the increasingly important fields of cybersecurity, health informatics and web development.