At Georgia Tech, you’ll not only gain the expertise to succeed in business, you’ll also learn how to manage technological change in a global economy. You’ll be challenged at every moment and supported by a close community that wants you to succeed.
Students at the Scheller College of Business earn a Bachelors in Business Administration concentrating in Accounting, Finance, Information Technology Management, Leadership & Organizational Change, Marketing, Operations & Supply Chain Management, and Strategy & Innovation.
The Scheller College of Business utilizes its location in the heart of the innovation district of Atlanta to create a community of future business leaders who are tech savvy and business smart.
Major: Business Administration, concentration in Finance, minor in Engineering and Business
During his time on campus Aashal has been involved as a Marketing Intern for the Georgia Tech Athletic Association, a Resident Advisor, a GT1000 TL teaching leader (twice), a student of the Denning Technology & Management program, a Scheller Ambassador, and held numerous directorship positions including the Vice Presidency of Finance for his Co-Ed Professional Business Fraternity, Alpha Kappa Psi.
“Scheller College of Business embodies the intersection of business and technology because every business student is required to take an introductory computer science course, and every course at Scheller has a technology aspect incorporated into the syllabus.”
Major: Business Administration, concentration in Information Technology Management, Certificate in Business Analytics
Over the past four years, Meredith has participated in the Scheller Business Ambassadors (SBA) program, serving as a general member, peer mentor, project manager, and, finally, president. She is the first female president of the organization.
“The tight-knit community here at Scheller College is truly something special. I love how there’s a common theme of students working hard to achieve their dreams, but also celebrating their classmates’ successes as well. It’s rare to find such a supportive, uplifting environment at this high-caliber of a program.”
Major: Business Administration, concentration in Operations & Supply Chain Management, certificate in Finance
An Atlanta native, Travis describes himself as “driven, passionate about people and planes, with a love for traveling and eating.” After graduation, Travis will be working at Delta Air Lines in their Financial Analyst Rotational Program with two, one and a half year rotations - one in a corporate role and one supporting an operating division.
“I think Scheller is a perfect bridge between the engineering side of Georgia Tech and the Atlanta business community as a whole. All of my classes have included some aspect of integrating technology and an “engineering mindset” to solve problems. I think that’s one of the reasons Scheller students are so sought after on the job market: companies know that we have both business acumen as well as experience solving real-world technological problems.”
What are Georgia Tech Grads Doing Now?
- Management Consulting Analyst
- Market Analyst
- Cyber Risk Advisory
- Technical Solutions Specialist
- Investment Banking Analyst
- Business Valuation Associate
- Procurement Analyst