Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Business Administration offers four concentrations in business, accounting, marketing and management.:
In the accounting concentration, you will learn the complex financial concepts, skills and technology necessary to be successful as an accountant. For more information on the accounting program and job possibilities for graduates of this program, please see accounting major
An accounting minor is also available.
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. For more information on the general business program and job possibilities for graduates of this program, please see general business.
A business minor is also available.
In Reinhardt's management concentration, you will perfect your communication skills, creative thinking abilities and strategic planning capabilities. In today's highly competitive world, many companies depend on their employees to provide the organization's critical advantage. By majoring in management, you will see how organizations and people interact, and you'll learn to plan, lead and motivate for success.
For more information on management concentration and job possibilities for graduates of this program, please see management major
A management minor is also available.
In Reinhardt's marketing concentration, you will learn to sell a product by researching the marketplace and knowing the consumer. You'll see how prices are determined and how marketing campaigns are planned, carried out and evaluated. Professional selling and e-marketing are also important in the marketing program.
For more information on the marketing concentration and job possibilities for graduates of this program, please see marketing major
A marketing minor is also available.
Your first step is to apply to Reinhardt.
Also, please come for a visit.
Or should you need additional information regarding admissions, please contact the Reinhardt Office of Admission.
Dr. Kathy Hyatt
Dean, McCamish School of Business