Business Major & Minor

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Want to start your own business? Manage an on-campus coffee shop? Develop marketing strategies for local and regional businesses? As a business major, you could do all of these things and more before you even graduate!

As a business major at Goshen College, you’ll get to work on real projects for real companies starting with your first business class, not just during your senior year. Your courses will give you the chance to interact with business owners, intern at small and large companies, and even start your own business. Enroll in the Java Junction Management course and you’ll serve as a manager for one semester at the campus coffee shop. Solve business problems as part of the award-winning Goshen College Enactus team, a team of students that puts entrepreneurship into action. Or apply for one of our entrepreneurship grants and build your own company, like Menno Tea, a popular bottled tea produced by Niles Graber-Miller ’14 and Hans Weaver ’13.

Hans & Niles, Menno Tea Founders
Hans & Niles, Menno Tea Founders

While studying at one of Indiana’s top entrepreneurship programs, you can even apply your business knowledge to an international setting through Study-Service Term or one of the three-week business courses we offer in Spain, China and Ecuador. In the GC business program, you’ll gain practical experience and a global perspective that will prepare you for the competitive business world.

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Faculty

Jon Geiser

Associate Professor of Business
Business Development Director for CBEE
& Sauder Chair

Phil Mason

Associate Professor of Business

Tonya Detweiler

Adjunct Professor of Business

Timothy Yoder

Adjunct Professor of Business

Jerrell Richer

Professor of Economics
Carl Kreider Chair

Michelle Horning

Professor of Accounting
Manager - Java Junction

Andrew Hartzler

Associate Professor of Accounting

Jim Halteman

Adjunct Professor of Economics