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Reinhardt Career and Professional Development Services

Reinhardt offers a Bachelor of
Science in Business Administration with a concentration in General Business through the McCamish School of Business. This broad degree program is highly flexible: after completing the business core, you select another five business courses that will best prepare you for your intended career.

 

Are You Ready To...

• Practice your speaking skills
• Study topics ranging from
accounting to ethics to
computers
• Develop your written communication skills
• Interact professionally with
business people
• Develop innovative solutions to
problems
• Lead teams of employees
• Work with numbers
• Use computers
• Analyze and interpret data
• Develop strong research capabilities

 

It Helps To Be...

• A good oral and written communicator
• Proficient in time management
and organizational skills
• Self-motivated, dedicated,
and responsible
• People oriented
• Able to build working relationships with diverse groups

 

Work Environment

Many careers in the business
world involve extensive office
work inclduing phone communication, mastery of technology, deskwork, etc. Accuracy, leadership and high ethical standards are very important as you will likely be making a lot of desicions on a daily basis.

 

Knowledge Base

Your business classes will introduce you to accounting, economics, finance, information systems, management and marketing. You can also tailor additional business classes to address your career aspirations. With a foundation in these core areas of business, you will have the flexibility to branch off on your own or work with a large corporate entity.

Employment Websites

Institute of Internal Auditors

Information Systems Audit and
Control Association (ISACA)


Small Business Administration

Business Professionals of America

Business and Professional
Woman Foundation


American Academy of Actuaries

Be An Actuary

What Can I Do with A Degree in General Business?

Handheld computers and cell phones make business dealings
easier and faster. But there's a downside. Because these devices
are easily lost and communication is often occurs in public,
there's a risk that private information will fall into the wrong
hands. How can we ensure that the cons of new technology don't outweigh the pros? If you major in business, you'll learn a wide range of business skills and study the issues affecting today's business climate. Business majors study the buying, selling, and producing of goods, as well as business organization and accounting. They learn how to use the basic principles and techniques of business in a variety of workplaces.

Related Careers

Click the job titles below for further information

Administrative Services Manager

Advertising and
Promotions Manager

Budget Analyst

Business Consultant

Buyer

Chief Executive

Claims Adjuster,
Examiner or Investigator

Cost Estimator

Customer Service
Coordinator

Financial Analyst

General/Operations Manager

Government Accountant

Human Resources Manager

Human Resources Specialist

Insurance Sales Agent

Insurance Underwrtier

Loan Officer & Counselor

Management
Analyst

Market Research
Analyst

Meeting and Convention
Planner

Personal Financial
Advisors

Public Accountant

Public Relations
Manager

Real Estate Appraiser

Sales Manager

Social/Community Services Manager

Storage and Distribution
Manager

Store Manager

Tax Examiner

Tax Revenue Agent

Potential Employers

Click the links below for further information

Banks

Credit Unions

Insurance
Companies

Brokerage Houses

Engineering Firms

Finance Companies

Private Accounting
Firms

Colleges/
Universities

High Technology
Firms

Consulting Firms

Hospitals

Wholesale/Retail
Operations

Int'l. Trade Admin.

Bureau of Economic
Analysis

Federal Deposit
Insurance
Corporation

National Credit
Union Admin.

Bureau of the
Public Debt

Federal Retirement Thrift Investment
Board

Office of the Comptroller
of the Currency

Commodity Futures
Trading Commission

Federal Trade
Commission

Dept. of Banking &
Insurance

Financial Management
Services

Dept. of Labor and
Workforce
Development

Consumer Financial
Protection Bureau

General Accounting
Office

Defense Finance
and Accounting
Service

Securities and
Exchange
Commission

Dept. of the
Treasury

Internal Revenue
Service

Small Business
Administration

Strategies

• Visit the Career & Professional Development Services department in the Hasty Student Life Building and explore your career and intern potentials through CCN, FOCUS and CANDID Careers/Perfect Interview programs

Campus Contacts

Dr. Donald Wilson
Interim Dean of the McCamish School of Business
Office: 770-720-5953
DDW@reinhardt.edu

Career FairFor more information

Peggy Collins Feehery
Director of Career and Professional Development Services
Hasty Student Life Center, Room 301
Office: (770) 720-5548
Fax: (770) 720-9105
career-services@reinhardt.edu

Career Services Office Hours

Monday - Friday
8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

The Office of Career Services recognizes the need for confidentiality so an individual feels free to explore concerns, formulate plans, make decisions and initiate appropriate actions. All concerns expressed to the Career Consultant shall remain confidential.