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School of Business

Is it any wonder, then, why our School of Business graduates are in demand by some of the region's most prestigious employers? We believe that your best preparation for success as a student in the Curtis L. Gerrish School of Business comes from blending business knowledge with industry experience in an area that both fuels your interests and leads to a career.

Our undergraduate curriculum is comprehensive to provide a strong business foundation, yet allows for you to differentiate yourself through your choice of major or dual major, elective courses, and internship experiences. Graduates in the accounting, business management, marketing, international business, entrepreneurship, and finance programs go on to a variety of corporate settings, both for-profit and nonprofit, from entrepreneurial startups and small business situations to global Fortune 500 enterprises.

The same goes for our graduate students, who gain the necessary tools to advance their careers through one of our Master of Business Administration or Master of Science in Information Technology options. The Evening Professional MBA is a part-time program that is available in-person in Beverly, Mass., or Boston, as well as online. The Full-time Intensive MBA takes just nine months to complete and is available to graduates from any undergraduate college—current Endicott students have the option of a Fifth Year MBA. The M.S. in Information Technology is designed for working IT professionals and has an optional concentration in health and medical informatics. 

Facilities

Opened in 2013, the Curtis L. Gerrish School of Business occupies one wing of an iconic building that overlooks the Endicott Lakes.

Design of the Curtis L. Gerrish School of Business & Ginger Judge Science Center promotes Endicott's model of collaborative learning, which mirrors the interactive, innovative practices characteristic of today's corporate settings. The business wing houses high-tech resources, state-of-the-art team building labs, interactive multimedia classrooms, and dedicated internship and career development support services. It includes the Angle Center for Entrepreneurship, the Devereaux Financial Center, and team building rooms.
front shot of Gerrish school of business

Beyond the Classroom

There are plenty of opportunities to get involved in activities outside of the classroom, no matter your interests.

  • Sigma Beta Delta
  • Charity Craft Club
  • DECA
  • The Entrepreneurship Club
  • FUEL (Funding Unique Entrepreneurial Leaders)
  • Endicott College Investment Club (ECIC)
  • Marketing Club
  • Women in LEADership Club
presentation at FUEL conference