Women (and men) can take the next step at Agnes Scott to enter the healthcare field.
College graduates can enroll in our post-baccalaureate pre-medical program for additional
courses needed to enter a medical career.
have made great strides in entering the workforce and business world, now
making up nearly half of U.S. workers. But at Fortune 500 companies, women hold
just 4.4 percent of CEO positions, 14.3 percent of executive officer positions,
and 16.6 percent of Board of Director seats.
encourage more women to explore a possible career in business (and shatter
glass ceilings), Agnes Scott created the Bridge to Business Program, a
partnership between Agnes Scott and the Georgia Institute of Technology’s
Scheller College of Business. Bridge to Business is an intensive three-week
summer program that exposes Agnes Scott students to key business concepts and
serves as an introduction to an MBA.
summer program, taught by faculty from Agnes Scott and Georgia Tech and open to
students from any major at Agnes Scott, covers an array of introductory
business topics including finance, accounting, business ethics, marketing,
business law, gender in business, organizational behavior and career
development. Professors use everything from lecture and discussions to computer
simulations and onsite corporate visits to develop students’ understanding of
the business world and the graduate study of business.
college has also partnered with Scheller College to provide a pathway for Agnes
Scott students to enroll in Georgia Tech’s Master of Business Administration
(MBA) program. The agreement provides qualified Agnes Scott students with
several tools to facilitate the transition from an undergraduate degree to an
MBA, including membership in the Georgia Tech chapter of MBA Women
International; access to a GMAT prep seminar, networking events and
informational sessions; and guidance on career progress after graduation from
Agnes Scott. Qualified Agnes Scott students are guaranteed an interview for
Georgia Tech’s MBA program, and accepted applicants will be given priority