Interested in the “people side” of business—including management, marketing, human resources or public relations? Gordon's flexible business administration major allows you to apply your communication, strategic thinking and collaboration skills to virtually any area of business—technology, retail, manufacturing, finance services and more. You’ll learn how to approach your work in light of your Christian call as you build a foundation for a lifetime of personal growth and excellence as a future business leader.
Situated just north of Boston—one of the world’s biotechnology and healthcare epicenters, and a hub for finance—Gordon students have opportunities for critical hands-on learning and internships. In the Economics and Business Department at Gordon, you will benefit from a strong combination of technical business training and Christian liberal arts education. Our highly experienced faculty will prepare you for excellence and mission in the marketplace as you cultivate integrity and wise stewardship.
Business administration students have an outstanding record of acceptances into top MBA programs, law schools, and graduate programs in public policy and international affairs. They quickly establish careers in a variety of sectors—from small businesses to Fortune 500 firms—including:
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“The first thing that comes to mind about my Gordon experience was the lifelong friends I made there—friends I remain close with today. The second thing that comes to mind were some of the tremendous professors I had at Gordon. I’ve appreciated their commitment to help students find internships and employment." Hear from others ➔
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For hands-on learning and to clarify their career goals, business administration majors can pursue a variety of internships at places like Raytheon, Grant Thornton and HubSpot, to name a few.
On campus, you will be part of a close community of supportive mentors and learners. You may have the opportunity to complete an honors project, do research with a faculty member or work as a teaching assistant. And you can take advantage of student-led opportunities, including:
Expand your scope and study economics and business on a global scale.