Gordon's Economics and Business Department offers a personalized, professional approach to equipping you for a successful career grounded in concepts of vocation and Christian leadership. You'll pair a liberal arts foundation with a global emphasis, plenty of practical experience and an ethical lens to stand out in the field.
80% of faculty hold industry experience—from places like Fidelity, PMC Bank, Honeywell and Liberty Mutual.
75% of students do two internships as undergraduates—at places like State Street, KPMG, VMware and MassPay.
Gordon grads are top performers in professional certification exams.
95% pass rate on the CPA exams for accounting majors compared to 53% national pass rate.
15% higher pass rate on CFA Level 1 exam for finance majors, compared to the global average.
Business jobs (and the salaries that come with them) are on the rise.
8 of the 10 top undergraduate majors in demand by employers fall in the business category.
Higher wages for business-related occupations than those for all workers.
10% projected growth of business and financial operations jobs—faster than the average for all occupations.
773,800 new business-related jobs to be added between 2016 and 2026.
At Gordon, entrepreneurship is a catalyst for connecting all fields to real-world impact. Whether you’re launching a high-tech venture or expanding a nonprofit, you need practical, creative, grassroots solutions associated with entrepreneurial thinking. That’s where the Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership comes in.
Assistant Professor of Economics and Business
"Professor of Economics and Business Kristen Cooper ’06 was recently awarded a Fulbright Scholarship. She will teach and conduct research at the Universidad de La Laguna on Tenerife, the largest of Spain’s Canary Islands. Professor Cooper teaches classes in microeconomics, public policy, environmental economics, and Christian Teaching on the Economy. Her current research focuses on the development and use of well-being measures for public policy. She has also published on other topics related to behavioral economics and welfare (wellbeing) economics, including consumer behavior in “fast fashion” markets, evaluating environmental policy, and the strategic behavior of participants in markets.
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