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90% of business and accounting majors complete an internship. Read more » | Watch a video »

Go global

Each year, business students travel to places like China, Cambodia and more. Explore opportunities »

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Explore job prospects at regular business and accounting networking events. Business careers »

Think outside the box

A business major created a market in Uganda for a hunger-fighting herb. Read more »



New Accounting major: Bachelor of Science in Global Management Accountancy.

New accounting minor.

Three new courses offered in spring 2014:
Business 205: Financial Reporting and Analysis
Business 312: Not-for-Profit and Governmental Accounting
Business 364: Global Supply Chain Management

See an advisor for more information.


Explore the flexible business major with the choice of 5 concentrations to prepare you for the competitive job market:

Accounting Programs


See the many different scholarship opportunities for Business and Accounting majors.

Real-World Learning

Business Students in Peru

Laurel & Jamie

During the fall 2013 semester, Laurel Ackerman and Jamie Cheeney joined a group of Calvin students at Calvin’s partner school, the Universidad Catolica de San Pablo in Arequipa, Peru. Learn more about their experience.


South Korea Business and Culture

A new student blog will follow the travels of our students in South Korea. This is our first business interim in that vibrant country. Join Prof. Cal Jen and his students as they explore the culture and business of South Korea. Calvin alumni in South Korea and Calvin students from that country have assisted with the planning and execution of this course!

Indian Business and Christianity

Follow this interim class on their blog. Professor Leonard Van Drunen leads a group of students on an exciting adventure in India for interim 2014. Students will engage with business people in India, many of whom are Christian, and participate in a ten-day unpaid internship in Hyderabad at either a for-profit or non-profit organization. The course also includes readings on Indian culture, business as mission and cross-cultural understanding.

What would you do with a million dollars?

Knight Investment Management club manages a portion of the Calvin Endowment Fund to support Calvin College. Read the full Chimes article here.

Off Campus Programs

Take advantage of the variety of options to study off campus. Spend a whole semester away, or just a month.


Gain valuable skills and experience as you work at businesses and non-profit organizations.

Internship Video with link

Watch a video about internships at Calvin.



Business Spotlight

Howie's Hockey Tape is a big hit

Max Sieplinga, '06, took over the business his dad started and has managed its growth since then. Howie's Hockey Tape is featured in the Nov. 18 issue of Grand Rapids Business Journal.

Young Women's Business Institute 2013

The Calvin Center for Innovation in Business offered a unique learning experience for exceptional young women who are interested in networking, entrepreneurship, and personal growth.

Young Women's Business Institute

The second Calvin Young Women's Business Institute, took place July 17-19, 2013. It is a selective, resume-building program open to young women who are entering their junior or senior year of high school.

Held on the campus of Calvin College, selected students were exposed to state-of-the-art business theories, disciplines, and practices during the 3-day institute. They worked alongside and network with business leaders and innovators, and they had the opportunity to explore their strengths using Donald O. Clifton's StrengthsFinder.

The institute is free to those who attend. Students need only to cover their personal expenses, including the cost of transportation to and from Calvin College. Watch this website for information on the Young Women's Institute for 2014.