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Why should I apply as Undecided in Business?

If you’re unsure of what you want to major in or aren’t totally ready to commit to one program yet, applying to Champlain as Undecided in Business will introduce you to an infinite number of entrepreneurial career paths that impact every aspect of our world. There’s no limit to where business can lead you in life.

As an Undeclared major within Stiller, you’ll find the support you need to choose the program that will lead to a career you love—as well as a chance to explore areas of business you never knew existed, like a broad Business Administration degree with a concentration in Business Law, International Business, or the high-growth field of Game Production Management.

A lot of students worry about applying to college without declaring a major. But at Champlain, we want each and every student to continually explore options and opportunities—and we’ve created an environment and a culture that doesn’t just support that, it encourages it. If you have a general idea of what you’d like to study in the Stiller School of Business, but don’t know which major would be the best choice, we encourage you to apply Undeclared in Business.

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Why Champlain College?

Community Connection

At Champlain, casual conversations turn into life-changing, career-determining events. Your connections and relationship will run deep, thanks to our small average class size of 15 and student/faculty ratio of 11:1.

Try Things Out

Our experiential learning means doing and learning go hands-in-hand. The Upside-Down Curriculum allows you to take a semester or two to explore academic options in several majors and still graduate on time. We want you to love what you learn, and we don’t believe in making you wait to know for sure.

Carve Out Your Career

Meet your career advisor for all your job and internship needs. They’ll discuss your strengths and interests, conduct a series of assessments to help evaluate your personal preferences, and match you with opportunities that best suit your interests.

Support from the Start

Help will always be given to those who ask for it—but at Champlain, we try to make it as easy as possible for you to get the assistance you need, on your own terms. Between your professors, career advisors, and peer advisors to your academic advisors and your residence hall advisor, someone is always looking out for you. (And saying “Hi” to you in the hallway.)

One reason that I was drawn to Champlain for business was the amount of internships that students tend to experience throughout their time at the college. Networking in business is very helpful and important, so I thought that having a learning environment in which real-world experience was stressed would help me in my career.
Maiya Avisata-Sullivan
Maiya Avisata-Sullivan ’23, Business Administration

Stiller School of Business Programs

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    Pre-College Summer Program: Champlain Game Academy

    The Champlain Game Academy offers an intensive residential pre-college program for high school students entering grades 10-12 and recent high school graduates. Like the Game Studio, our program emphasizes teamwork and creative collaboration across all the game development disciplines. In order to understand how a professional game development team works, students will be introduced to all aspects of game development.

    Learn More on the Pre-College Summer Program Website

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