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BSBA in Management

Gain the skills required for a management career

With the Bachelor of Science in business administration with a major in management program in Trine University’s Ketner School of Business, you will develop the knowledge, analytical and communication skills to effectively lead groups of people and deliver projects and products on time and above expectations.

The degree: A plan that fits you

Our accredited program focuses on both the business fundamentals of management and the critical creative thinking required by today's top companies. Our modular curriculum allows you to customize your degree plan to fit a wide variety of unique personal and career interests.

The experience: Real projects, professional networks

Our curriculum focuses on using case studies and project-based learning to give students exposure to the complex issues faced by management in today’s global business environment. Our expert faculty and our deep corporate connections mean you'll quickly be working with real projects that will require you to solve dynamic problems while communicating effectively to company stakeholders.

You also will gain valuable experience through the required internship, and network with targeted industry leaders through classroom projects and internships. Exceptional students can participate in our unique Fellows program, which will accelerate your career long after graduation.

The result: Graduates leading across the nation

Faculty, mentors and career advisors will help you understand the diverse career opportunities available to management graduates.

The Ketner School of Business’ extensive professional development program and industry connections give management students a significant advantage in finding rewarding careers upon graduation. Graduates work for companies such as:

  • Parker Hannifin
  • Menards
  • DeKalb Molded Plastics
  • Zimmer Biomet
  • Lincoln Financial Group
  • General Motors
  • Millennium Group
  • Nucor
  • Goldman Sachs
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