Curtis L. Gerrish School of Business
An Endicott business degree opens countless doors, preparing graduates for careers in today’s fast-paced world of global commerce. Our majors are a fit for students interested in a variety of concentrations, from banking, accounting and investments to multi-media marketing to entrepreneurship. Whether the goal is a manager at a Fortune 500 company or the owner of a small private venture, a business major is the place where success starts.
The Gerrish School of Business offers six Bachelor of Science degree programs that pave the way to some of today's most exciting careers. Students can choose from the following majors:
If you are not sure which major you might want to pursue, most of our programs share the same first and second-year courses, giving you the opportunity to deepen your knowledge of each specialization before deciding the best fit. Accounting majors share the same first-year courses, but begin to take major specific courses in their second-year.
The Gerrish School of Business also offers a minor in Business Administration for non-business majors. Beyond the Gerrish School of Business, further opportunities exist in Endicott’s minor programs, creating a more diversified and personalized career path.
Challenging upper-level courses, internships and thesis projects are designed to build your education both with foundation business courses as well as liberal arts offerings. Each program includes a semester-long internship and possibilities for study abroad.
Opportunities for employment and advanced study as a graduate in Business Administration are varied. For students interested in furthering their education, the College offers a Master of Business Administration from The Van Loan School of Graduate and Professional Studies.
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College Laptop Requirement
All incoming freshmen are required to bring laptops to campus. Specifications regarding appropriate models can be found on the Information Technology Hardware Recommendations web page.
For more information about our programs, contact:
Dr. Michael Paige
Dean, Gerrish School of Business