Join us for presentations on Gonzaga's excellent academic programs and opportunities. Many students are interested in more than one academic program, particularly those who are still deciding on a major. We wanted to make sure you have the opportunity to learn about more than your intended major. Academic Sessions will be held from 11:25 a.m. - 12:10 p.m. Pacific Time on Preview Days.
Please select from the drop-downs below to access Zoom links for the session you would like to attend.
Patricia Terry, Ph.D.
Associate Dean, College of Arts and Sciences
Matthew Bahr, Ph.D.
Associate Dean, College of Arts & Sciences
The College of Arts and Sciences develops people for and with others, ready to face the intellectual, vocational and spiritual challenges of today and tomorrow. Associate Deans Patricia Terry and Matt Bahr are excited to speak with you today about all the opportunities the College of Arts and Sciences offers. With programs ranging from Classical Civilizations to Biochemistry, the College is Gonzaga’s most expansive school with 35 majors and 47 minors.
Ken Anderson, Ph.D.
Dean of the School of Business Administration & Professor of Management
The Dean of the School of Business Administration, Dr. Ken Anderson, will be speaking with you today about the mission of developing ethical leaders in business. In the School of Business Administration, students can study Accounting, Business Administration, as well as a Bachelor of Arts in Economics, which is offered in collaboration with the College of Arts and Sciences. Students also have the option to pursue a variety of minors and concentrations and can continue their studies with 5th year master's programs in Accounting, Business Administration, and Taxation.
Nichole Calkins, Ed.D.
Assistant Professor of Sport & Physical Education, & Director of B.Ed. Physical Education
Assistant Professor of Sport & Physical Education
Learn about Sport Management and Kinesiology degree programs within the School of Education
Karlene Hoo, Ph.D.
Professor & Dean, School of Engineering & Applied Science
The School of Engineering and Applied Science offers degrees in Mechanical, Electrical, Civil, and Computer Engineering, as well as Computer Science (BS) and Engineering Management. The SEAS mission is to produce broadly educated and capable engineers and computer scientists ready to contribute innovative solutions for a better world. Dr. Karlene Hoo, Ph.D., Professor and Dean of the School of Engineering and Applied Science, and Joan Sarles, Advisor in the School of Engineering and Applied Science, are here today to give you an overview of the School of Engineering and Applied Science, as well as answer any questions you may have.
Joan Owens, Ph.D., R.N.
Associate Dean, Undergraduate Nursing & Assistant Professor
Cindy Durgan, M.A.
Program Coordinator (BSN)
Marcy Kennedy Coulter, M.A.
BSN Academic Advisor
Gonzaga’s nursing program offers a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) over an 8- or 9-semester track. Students will cover a broad and holistic approach to nursing, including in-depth anatomy and physiology coursework, as well as healthcare ethics and equitable patient care. They will also spend four semesters in a variety of clinical placements in Spokane’s excellent healthcare system. This session will cover nursing coursework, clinical rotations, and hands-on learning in our simulation labs, as well as outcomes for our BSN students after graduation.
Assistant Director, Graduate & Professional School Engagement
Ryan McCulloch, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Human Physiology
Kevin Measor, Ph.D.
Lecturer of Biology, Chair of Health Science Committee
Faculty from the Pre-Health programs at Gonzaga are here today to talk to you about how a liberal arts education, specifically at Gonzaga, will prepare you for the healthcare profession you choose to pursue. Furthermore, they can speak to academic excellence in the sciences with exceptional research opportunities, and how the Health Science Committee supports students in their pursuit of health-oriented careers. Katherine Brackmann, Professional and Graduate School Manager, Dave Thorp, Professor and Department Chair of Human Physiology, and Kevin Measor, Lecturer in Biology and Chair of Health Science committee, are here to answer any and all questions you may have.