In Skidmore's popular introductory-level business course, MB 107 "Business and Organization Management," upper-level student coaches mentor student teams as they develop strategic plans for actual companies and present them to real-life executives.
Still deciding what you want to study? Or maybe you know exactly what you’ll be, and how you’ll make your mark on the world. No matter what discipline you pursue, at Skidmore you'll look at it from every angle, connecting different modes of thinking and unrelated ideas.
MAJORS & MINORS
A lot happens between day one and graduation day. And every experience–in and out of the classroom–can open you up to new interests and possibilities. Choose a major, change a major, or piece together a major and path that matters to you. Whatever you choose, we’ll be there to make sure it’s authentic to you and practical for the professional world.
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Creative Thought Matters
It means something a little different to everyone. See what students, alumni, and faculty are saying about our way of thinking.
"There is a common theme in academia that the humanities and sciences must be held separately. By studying both neuroscience and English, I’ve come to understand that science is full of art, just as art is inherently scientific. Now able to connect my areas of study, better understand by interests, and experience my world more colorfully."
Eliza Burr '17
English and Neuroscience
"Knowing that I was actually going to do the first-year London program—that it was real—was the greatest feeling. I had never been on a plane or to a different country. Arriving in London was surreal. If you can go to London your first semester of college, you can go anywhere!”
Nana Nyantakyi '19
"Skidmore has always been super supportive of things I’ve decided to do—I took a gap year in Austin, Texas, and worked at a nonprofit producing an album of kids’ songs with at-risk youth. Once at Skidmore, I found business and music professors willing to sponsor me as a self-determined music marketing and finance major."
Logan Giberson '20
Music Marketing and Finance