Dr. Gordon Miller
Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences
Chair, Honors Program Council
Professor of Business and Education
BS in history, Lee University
MEd in educational administration and supervision, Georgia State University
MBA, Southeastern University
EdD, University of Tennessee
Dr. Gordon Miller taught high school social studies, science and music for two years in Tennessee and middle school social studies, math and English for eight years in Georgia. Additionally, he has been the Administrative Coordinator for Straight, Inc. (an adolescent drug and alcohol rehabilitation program), Director of Children's Ministries at Mount Paran Church of God in Atlanta (overseeing ministry to 1000+ children from birth to fifth grade), Assistant Principal at Mount Paran Christian School in Atlanta, Headmaster at Pine Castle Christian Academy in Orlando, and Headmaster at Victory Christian Academy in Orlando. Prior to assuming his responsibilities as Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, Dr. Miller was Vice President and Executive Assistant to the President at Southeastern. He has also been the Missions Coordinator for Global Servants, Inc., traveling extensively in Ghana, India, and Thailand.
He studied theater and performing arts at The American Academy of Dramatic Arts/West in Pasadena, California, and has been involved in numerous theatrical presentations at Southeastern. He has performed with the Lee University Singers, the Lee Collegians, the Fellowship Singers of Orlando, and the Studio Theatre Company of Orlando, and he currently performs with the Caroling Company of Orlando. He has previously led a student mission team to Ghana, West Africa, and two student groups to Australia/New Zealand for Southeastern's Summer Down Under study abroad program. He served as the Chaplain of the men's soccer team for five years and has been actively involved in numerous student and campus projects and activities.
Dr. Miller has co-authored an evangelism study program with Dr. Mark Rutland and Dr. Reinhard Bonnke which is offered exclusively through the evangelistic ministry of Reinhard Bonnke and in conjunction with Southeastern University.
Dr. Miller has taught Accounting for Non-Accountants, Classroom Management for secondary education majors, Teaching English, Teaching Social Studies, and Teaching Science (all for secondary education majors), Missionary Life and Work, and Christ, Culture, and the University for Honors students. He currently serves as the Chair of the Honors Program Council and Director of the Honors Program.