Education is transformation.
Studying at Gordon is about preparing to lead your life well. A challenging education within a framework of faith offers students the freedom to curiously and courageously wrestle with tough questions, entertain new ideas, seek truth and take action.
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Tailor your educational experience by designing your own major, pursuing advanced study or apprenticing with a staff member.
A Gordon education builds strong connections, which begins with small class sizes. Expert faculty are devoted teachers and invested mentors, who share wisdom in and out of the classroom, inspiring and encouraging students.
Across all disciplines, faculty team up with students to tackle cutting-edge research, a vital part of academic life at Gordon. Research ➔
Immersive experiences like internships, practicums, seminars and semester-long programs sharpen global perspectives and bring learning to life.
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Our affordable and flexible Graduate Programs offer 25+ unique tracks, allowing you to personalize your academic journey and tailor your education for your unique career vision. Graduate Programs ➔
Centers & Institutes
The many centers and institutes housed at Gordon show the dynamic nature of our academic programs and their emphasis on global responsibility and action. These organizations serve those directly involved, and provide the whole campus with world-renowned speakers, events and celebrations, urban renewal and informative trips across the globe. Explore ➔
A season well spent. The learning doesn’t need to stop when spring semester concludes. Gordon offers many ways for students to continue earning credits (at a discount!), gain valuable internship experience and serve in the U.S. and around the world during the summer months. Explore Summer Term classes, overseas internship opportunities through the Gordon Global Internships program, and everything that’s available during a Gordon Summer.
“Gordon professors care so much about your success—in class and in life. Even after you graduate, they never tire of checking in with you to see how you’re growing in your career and your faith.”
Mekdes "Duni" Getaneh ’14
“The most meaningful course I have taken in the past year has been Christian Formation and Culture . . . I enjoyed learning about the traditions of Christian community and the development of Christianity, which has informed my faith and given me language to speak to where people come from in their traditions.”
Patrick Shuman ’18
Biblical studies and Christian ministries
“My professors have pushed me to excellence at a level I never imagined myself capable of. But they aren't just professors; they are fellow pilgrims. Because of our shared faith, I get to ask not only relevant questions, but ultimate ones.”
Grace Shaw ’19