Business Management

Learn more about the business management degree program at Rollins College.
Expert Faculty

Expert Faculty

Our programs are taught by faculty with the highest level of qualifications—experts who maintain a vibrancy and currency in their fields through research and publications, presenting their work at professional conferences, writing textbooks, and engaging in other scholarly activities each year.

Why Study Business Management at Rollins

Rollins’ business management major goes beyond business as usual. With a curriculum based in engaged experiential learning, our AACSB-accredited program emphasizes ethical decision making, global perspective, innovative thinking, and entrepreneurial action, preparing our grads for responsible leadership in the global business environment.

At Rollins, business majors benefit from the breadth of a liberal arts education and the depth of an elite business education. As a result, you’ll develop in-demand skills like strategic thinking and creative problem solving as well as a robust foundation in business theory and practice, entrepreneurship, and innovation. You’ll emerge prepared to lead transformational change across a variety of business types, from business firms to family businesses.

Elite Accreditation Rollins’ business management program is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), the premier evaluator of quality business programs.

Responsible Leadership We’re committed to infusing the Triple Bottom Line (people, planet, and profit) into our program, and we’re proud members of PRME, a United Nations-supported initiative designed to develop the next generation of responsible leaders.

Hands-On Learning You’ll learn to lead by example through study abroad programs, internships, community engagement initiatives, and consulting projects.

Popular Courses

In addition to an internship and global experience, business majors take 12 core business courses and four electives that cover the full spectrum of business administration and leadership.

MGT 320 Entrepreneurial and Corporate Finance Finance is the process of using funds to achieve business objectives. Entrepreneurial finance focuses on the needs of new and growing organizations. Corporate finance focuses on mature, on-going organizations. This course introduces theories, concepts and tools for financial planning, analysis, evaluation, and decision-making in for-profit, non-profit, and social enterprises.

MGT 330 Entrepreneurial Marketing This course introduces strategic marketing management, including contemporary marketing theory and practices. The following key concepts and skills are covered: marketing strategy and planning; segmentation, target marketing and positioning; product development and pricing; advertising, promotion and distribution; metrics for measuring marketing performance; brand equity; and writing a marketing plan.

MGT 350 Supply Chain Management Informs the student on the fundamental role supply chain management plays in the global economy, while stimulating critical thinking in the areas of supply chain strategy, planning, and operation

MGT 354  High Performance Organizations High Performance Organizations (HPO) are identified with consistently high levels of profitability, productivity, quality, ROI, customer loyalty (retention), and employee loyalty (retention). Using case studies, students examine the corporate philosophies, enlightened policies, core competencies, and best practices which characterize HPOs.

Beyond the Classroom

Global Engagement From China to Japan and Australia to Germany, Rollins students develop global perspective and fine-tune their business skills through a wide range of international experiences. For example, in Rollins’ High-Performing Organizations in France program, students learn the ins and outs of conducting business in Europe by collaborating with some of France’s most innovative organizations.

Get Involved Gain valuable leadership experience and test your ability to drive change through Rollins’ array of business-related student organizations and honor societies, which focus on everything from entrepreneurship and investment to family business practices.

Cutting-Edge Collaboration Engage in presentations and discussions with distinguished industry leaders through Rollins’ Business Forum Series. Featured speakers cover a breadth of topics, including strategic planning, marketing and analytics, operations and supply chain management, and organizational behavior.

Business Minor

The business minor can be combined with almost any major to give you a better understanding of the role of business in today’s world as well as career-related skills.

Program Requirements

Visit the Rollins catalog to access the program requirements

Contact Info

Department of Business
1000 Holt Ave. – 2778
Winter Park, Florida 32789 
T. 407.646.1588 

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