Gordon College - Master's Degree

Gordon is among the nation's top Christian colleges located in a bustling neighborhood. The university offers quality academics with caring faculty who develop students as scholars, friends, to explore new ideas, cultivate excellence, form a a globally-sensitive worldview and live together as the body of Christ.

  • Average Tuition USD 48,404

School Description

Gordon College founded in 1889 by Adoniram Judson Gordon, offers 38 majors, 42 concentrations and 11 interdisciplinary and pre-professional minors as well as graduate programs in education and music education. The semester-long "IN" programs allow students to treat the host culture as something to be “sampled” or “consumed.” Notable alumni include Don Nelson and David Larson.

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    Forbes (USA) 414
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    US News (Liberal Arts) 168

Admission Requirements

  • Minimum GPA 2.50
  • Minimum SAT 1522
  • Minimum ACT 22

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    Established in 1889

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    Gordon prohibits alcohol, tobacco, narcotics on campus and holds a dorm visitation policy that allows male-female visitation only for particular hours. It houses an $8 million Bennett Center for athletics and recreational sports and an 80,000sqft. The Ken Olsen Science Center is at the heart of the campus.

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        Gordon College, Wenham, MA 01984, USA

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          • Testimony
            2001-2005, Bachelor of Arts

            While at Gordon, I enjoyed my experience playing on the women's lacrosse team. Our team had a wonderful bond, won a lot of games and we got involved helping others. Helping others was done by painting the interior of the Salvation Army Office in Lynn, MA, helping build a home with Habitat for Humanity in Florida during our Spring Break practice week and connecting with other teams within our conference. It was great to have a tight knit community w/in the lacrosse team. I also enjoyed my professors at Gordon College. They were kind, caring and taught with a creative approach to make the learning experience memorable. The campus was clean, safe and located in a great community 30 minutes north of Boston. Overall, a wonderful college experience.

          • Testimony
            1978-1982, Bachelor of Arts

            After 30+ years I look back and realize how much the school helped me develop. Thanks Gordon.