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Follow the Ecological Economics in Ecuador blog to learn more about this exciting new May term course. Students will study themes of planet, people and profit – and go one step further, exploring the intersection of Christian faith and indigenous spirituality in Ecuador.
Ken Hochstetler didn’t have a grand plan to come back to his hometown of Goshen.
Shawn Riegsecker, founder and CEO of Chicago-based tech company Centro, will present insights from his entrepreneurial journey during the Business Innovators Luncheon on Monday, April 6. Hosted by the Goshen College Business Department, the luncheon will take place in the Church-Chapel Fellowship Hall from 12-1 p.m.
Goshen College’s accounting program continues to rank as the #1 accounting program among private, Christian liberal arts colleges in Indiana. Based on the results of the Certified Public Accountant exam that all accounting graduates take, the Goshen College accounting program was ranked as the 12th best program in the nation in the small program category and the 3rd best program in Indiana for bachelor’s degree candidates.
This past December, Melia Watkins, a sophomore marketing major, won an entrepreneur scholarship through a competition offered at Goshen College. Watkins developed a product called Arilaya Beaded Cord, which consists of leather strands decorated with beads that is braided into the hair and secured with a bobby pin.
Accounting program in the U.S. for a program of its size in 2012.
Number of countries where business and economics classes are offered (China, Ecuador, Spain)
GC team’s ranking in the Student Case Competition at MEDA’s annual convention in 2012 and 2013
of business alumni are satisfied or very satisfied with their undergraduate education