33 MAJORS 39 CONCENTRATIONS
20 INTERDISCIPLINARY & PREPROFESSIONAL MINORS
Kenneth L. Pike Honors Program
The Pike Honors program is an opportunity for exceptional students to design individualized majors or to meet unique academic goals beyond existing Gordon programs.
Jerusalem and Athens Forum
The Jerusalem and Athens Forum is a one-year great books honors program in the history of Christian thought and literature.
Gordon Presidential Fellows
Modeled on the highly competitive, highly effective White House Fellowship, the Presidential Fellows Program affords Gordon students the chance to work directly with members of College leadership (known as the Fellow’s "Principal"), who mentors the student through a yearlong fellowship.
Gordon Honors Institute
The Gordon Honors Institute is home to four unique four-year honors scholarship programs, emphasizing the role of faith in positive global engagement and the pursuit of creative, entrepreneurial solutions.
These allow students to extend their learning in a way that fits their specific interests. Options range from independent or joint research projects to practical applications within these areas of study.
According to the 2016 Open Doors report, about 20 percent of American students receiving Bachelor’s degrees this past year have studied abroad at some point during their undergraduate programs. In contrast, more than 39 percent of Gordon’s graduates receive academic credit through literally dozens of off-campus study options around the globe, including options for short-term, semester or year-long experiences.
Gordon received over $2 million in grant funding in conjunction with the following prestigious organizations:
Massachusetts Life Sciences Center
$1.35 million in funding for biotechnology labs.
$204,000 for summer seminars to move pastors toward scientific literacy.
John Templeton Foundation
$175,000 supporting Herrmann Lectures on Faith and Science.
The Historical Society's Religion and Innovation in Human Affairs
$75,000 in support of reflections on the 500th Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation.
Imago Dei Fund
$250,000 for a two-year collaborative research grant for the study of Gender Parity in Evangelical Organizations.
E. Leslie Peter Foundation
$25,000 funding for a summer institute in STEM teacher training.
The many centers and institutes that are housed at Gordon show the dynamic nature of our academic programs and their emphasis on global responsibility and action.