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Bridge to Business

Are you a liberal arts student with an entrepreneurial spirit? The Bridge to Business summer program combines your academic passions with your interest in the business world.

In partnership with Georgia Tech’s Scheller College of Business, this intensive three-week educational experience reflects what an MBA experience would be like and will help you decide if an MBA is the right path for you. Students from all majors who are rising sophomores, juniors and seniors can participate. 

Bridge to Business takes place in August at Georgia Tech's Scheller College of Business. After completing the program with a passing grade, you'll earn six academic credits from Agnes Scott College. 

Bridge to Business, an exciting summer program designed for liberal arts students interested in business.

Topics include accounting, finance, marketing, business law, operations management, gender in business, organizational behavior, international business, strategic management, business communications and career development.

Through case studies, computer simulations, lectures, discussions, executive panels and onsite corporate visits, you'll develop an understanding of what the business industry entails. You'll also explore the opportunities that await in the corporate and nonprofit worlds, and in graduate study in business.

Geared toward liberal arts students, Bridge to Business assists humanities, sciences and social sciences majors in making the college-to-career transition. The program will help you discover how a strong liberal arts foundation can be a huge asset in the world of business. 

Bridge to Business has been operating since 2011.

"Bridge to Business is a perfect opportunity for Agnes students who are interested in successfully transferring over to the professional work world. Although I was not a business major, I understand I will be interacting with the business world and those in it, which requires the skills I learned from Bridge to Business. Though I initially didn't know anything about business and all its components, I am glad I had this experience."
Rebecca George, B2B 2019
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