Cultivating intellect
& integrity


Building successful, impactful leaders

The business program at Trinity prepares students for successful careers because it offers more than job training. Taught from a Christian perspective, classes focus on the importance of building your career on both intellect and integrity, with the impact on society and the world as a focal point for making business decisions. The program builds future business leaders who make a difference.

The Accountancy, Business, Entrepreneurial Management, Finance, and Marketing programs are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).   We are currently pursuing accreditation for our new major, Human Resource Management.





For students with a love of numbers and the desire to work with organizations, Trinity offers a B.S. in accounting. Our accounting students are positioned for professional success when they leave here.

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A B.A. in business from Trinity allows you to explore your multiple talents and passions. As you major in business, you also pursue a minor in another discipline.

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Business Education

The world needs business people with a Christian perspective. And Trinity’s business program will empower you to discern, develop, and deploy your gifts and calling.

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Entrepreneurial Management

If you dream of starting or managing an innovative organization, Trinity’s bachelor of science degree in entrepreneurial management can start you on the road to your dream career.



When you bring a Christian perspective to a career in finance, you can make a difference in the world.


Human Resource Management

Human resources work requires a unique set of skills, and a B.S. from Trinity will prepare you for this key role.

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When you earn a B.S. in marketing from Trinity, you will be prepared to practice creativity in business and strategic decision-making in product and services marketing.



Accountancy Minor

Seek your future with an accountancy minor For students with a love of numbers and the desire to work with organizations, Trinity offers a minor n accounting. Our accounting students are positioned for professional success when they leave here—in 2020, Trinity’s accounting program graduates had the highest pass rate and average exam score in the … Continue reading "Accountancy Minor"

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Business Minor

A minor in business from Trinity allows you to hone your skills in business while majoring in another area.

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Economic Studies

Improving the world economically The interdisciplinary economics studies minor is designed to enable students to articulate the principles of macro-and microeconomics and to critically examine through the lens of faith of a Reformed Christian perspective how these principles influence the world we live in. The required coursework emphasizes an understanding of the history and development … Continue reading "Economic Studies"

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If you have a passion for exploring innovative organization, Trinity’s minor in entrepreneurship will provide invaluable insights as you launch your career.


Finance Minor

A minor is finance will help you experience and understand how organizations create and manage their resources. With internship opportunities that only a global city like Chicago can offer, you’ll develop the skills needed.


Human Resource Management

Human resources requires a diverse skill set, and a minor from Trinity will give you a useful perspective in any major.


Marketing Minor

Earning a minor in marketing gives you the opportunity to engage with business on a whole other level while building on the foundation of your major.

Faculty Focus

Deborah L. Windes

Professor of Business and Department Chair

No matter what students decide to major in, they will end up involved with organizations. And Dr. Deb Windes seeks to bring God’s perspective to the classroom and challenge students to see those they work with and interact with as image-bearers of God.