During your first two years at Emory College of Arts and Sciences, you may take all the prerequisites and develop the skills necessary to apply for the Roberto C. Goizueta Business School. That way, by the time you are able to apply to the school during your sophomore year, you’ll know for certain whether business school is right for you. This process is essential to Goizueta’s commitment to small classes composed of serious business students. If business school is your goal, Goizueta is among the best. With strong ties to the Atlanta, national, and international business communities, and an emphasis on educating principled business leaders, Goizueta is the training ground for tomorrow’s business pioneers. The school offers the BBA, MBA, and PhD degree, and many students work toward a double major in business and another field. And even if you decide to take another route altogether, you can take courses at Goizueta while working toward your undergraduate degree.
|Business Communication||Organization and Management|
|Information Systems and Operations Management|
Area Depth: Marketing and Consulting and Venture Management
Double Major: Film Studies
Extracurricular Activities: Varsity Track and Field Decathlete, Resident Advisor, Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity
“In the business world you are working with many different types of people, and having the ability to reason on a wide spectrum will only further my success. Emory gives students the benefit of two years of liberal arts curriculum before entering into business school. Having classes ranging from film, to geology and Chinese, to mythology has taught me to think on multiple levels. Business classes expose me to new thought too—I find the psychological aspects of business fascinating and am learning that there is more to business than balance sheets.”