About the Reeves School of Business

Margaret & Walter Clark Hall

The Benefactor: Charles M. Reeves, Jr. (1919-1995) Charles M. Reeves, Jr. was born November 15, 1919 in Sanford, North Carolina. He was graduated from Sanford High School and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (1940; B.S. in Business Read More …

Reeves School of Business Awards

To achieve its goals, the Reeves School of Business relies on the ambition, talent, professionalism and drive of successful entrepreneurs in our community. Each year, to further promote and nurture business success, the RSB honors area entrepreneurs and business leaders Read More …

2018 RSB Award Winners

Kelsy Timas Outstanding Woman Entrepreneur of the Year Jared Ostendorf Business Person of the Year Devin Gee Alumni Business Person of the Year Village Family Dental Greater Good Award Jimmy Hanlin Entrepreneur of the Year Charlie Fisher Silver Spoon Award Read More …

Business Administration Courses

(GP) indicates that the course fulfills the Global Perspective Elective general education core requirement. BUS 1450 BUSINESS INTERNSHIPS PREPARATION (1 s.h.) Students will sharpen their written and oral communication skills in preparation for internship placement. Students will write resumes and Read More …

Business Management

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To run a successful business in the twenty-first century, leaders must be equipped to tackle many difficult challenges. These challenges include managing in a complex, dynamic environment of technological and social change, global competition, and workforce diversity. In response to Read More …

Business Advisory Board

The Business Advisory Board was formed to create a forum for collaboration between educational and Business Leaders and to provide the School of Business access to forward thinking and entrepreneurial business men and women who would share in the development Read More …

Alumni Business Person of the Year

A Methodist University graduate who makes great contributions not only to the successful operations of a local business and industry, but also to the civic and cultural life of the community in which they live. 2018 Devin Gee 2017 Regina Read More …

2017 RSB Award Winners

Bud Taylor Small Business Excellence Award Molly Arnold Outstanding Woman Entrepreneur Tommy Arnold Business Person of the Year Regina McLaurin Alumni Business Person of the Year Terry Hutchens Silver Spoon Award Rollin Shaw Greater Good Award Jim Pittman Entrepreneur of Read More …

Entrepreneurship Courses

(GP) indicates that the course fulfills the Global Perspective Elective general education core requirement. ENP 3010 ENTREPRENEURSHIP (3 s.h.) This course covers the structuring process from conception to birth of a new venture. It concentrates on the attributes of successful Read More …

Financial Economics

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Students studying Financial Economics can choose from a variety of courses. A major or a minor in Financial Economics will prepare students for many professional-level positions. Most private and public sector managerial positions require economic knowledge. Financial Economics majors can Read More …