Reeves School of Business & Economics

Charles M. Reeves, Jr. School of Business & Economics

Dean's Welcome

Dr. Kimberly Scruton, Dean of the Reeves School of BusinessFounded in 1986, The Charles M. Reeves School of Business and Economics offers accredited Bachelor's and Master's Degree programs across a wide range of business disciplines. Over 700 students are currently enrolled from 29 states and 17 countries.

The purpose of the Reeves School of Business is to fashion and nurture the spirit of entrepreneurship and creative economic endeavor. It does so by developing in students an understanding of the modern American economy, an appreciation of its power and institutional structure, and an ability to function effectively in it. The driving force of the United States economy is the entrepreneurial spirit. Without this innovative and creative thrust, whether in a major corporation or a small business, the economy will stagnate. The value of the entrepreneurial spirit is not limited to business. Innovation, creativity, and ethically responsible risk-taking are needed in government, the military, education and the church. The Reeves School of Business is dedicated to the development of this entrepreneurial spirit.

Dr. Kimberly Scruton
Dean, Reeves School of Business


Internships

It is the belief of the Methodist University Reeves School of Business that experiential education in the form of internships is a highly beneficial aspect of modern higher education. Labor statistics indicate a strong correlation between participation in internships and post graduation employment success. The Reeves School of Business therefore strongly recommends completion of at least one internship experience to all students and mandates internship experiences in each of its concentrations.


International Business Studies & Exchange Opportunities

Methodist University, through the Reeves School of Business, has an affiliation and an exchange program with the following Business School: Sup De Co in Rennes, France, one of the Grandes Écoles of France, where Methodist University students can spend a semester taking business courses taught in English for credit. The Reeves School of Business also offers annual faculty-led short-term Study Abroad trips to locations such as Guatemala, Sweden, and the United Kingdom.

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