- Is a career in business for you?
- Do you see yourself leading teams of employees?
The involvement of the students in business classes make the experience at Reinhardt University very enjoyable.
- Overseeing complex financial deals?
- Starting a successful business?
If so, Reinhardt's general business concentration will get you started in the right direction.
Broad base that can be targeted to meet your career goals
Reinhardt's general business concentration is a broad degree program designed for students aspiring for a career in business. Its selling point is in its flexibility: after completing the business core, which includes courses in accounting, economics, management, marketing and finance, you select another five business courses that will best prepare you for your intended career. You also select several general electives that can address your interests.
Grounding in the liberal arts
With a grounding in liberal arts, you will gain experience in critical thinking, strategic planning, decision-making and creativity, all vitally important skills in today's highly competitive and rapidly changing world.
You will use computer programs that you'll face in the work world. You'll get a chance to put your new skills to test during an internship or in business-related clubs or other campus activities. Our faculty bring expertise and practical experiences from their years in the corporate world. And as a United Methodist-affiliated institution, your coursework will address ethics and morals.
After graduation, a concentration in General Business can prepare you for many of the occupations found below:
- Administrative services managers
- Advertising, marketing, promotions, public relations, and sales managers
- Computer and information systems managers
- Construction managers
- Education administrators
- Engineering and natural sciences managers
- Farmers, ranchers, and agricultural managers
- Financial managers
- Food service managers
- Human resources, training, and labor relations managers and specialists
- Industrial production managers
- Lodging managers
- Medical and health services managers
- Property, real estate, and community association managers
- Purchasing managers, buyers, and purchasing agents
- Top executives
Business and financial operations occupations
- Accountants and auditors
- Appraisers and assessors of real estate
- Budget analysts
- Claims adjusters, appraisers, examiners, and investigators
- Cost estimators
- Financial analysts and personal financial advisors
- Insurance underwriters
- Loan officers
- Management analysts
- Meeting and convention planners
- Tax examiners, collectors, and revenue agents
For more information on occupational positions in specific fields, please visit the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics website.