About Reinhardt University
Since 1883, Reinhardt has focused on meeting student needs one person at a time. Reinhardt's emphasis is on personalized education, best provided in small classes by talented professors who truly care about their students. As a comprehensive university grounded in the liberal arts and founded in 1883, Reinhardt has a residential campus 45 minutes northwest of Atlanta, Ga., a bustling adult education program in Alpharetta. Ga., and selected program offerings in Marietta, Cartersville and Woodstock, Ga.
Choose from 41 Majors, with more in the works
Reinhardt students can choose from six graduate programs or 35 undergraduate programs of study which range from business, education and music to political science, theater and digital art. In addition, Reinhardt's Public Safety Institute includes a Police Academy which offers P.O.S.T. Basic Peace Officer Certification and 15 credit hours towards an associate degree in criminal justice and other public-safety related programs. The Reinhardt Experience Extends Past the Classroom
Because how Reinhardt alumni live their lives is even more important than what they do for a living, "the Reinhardt experience" begins in the classroom, yet it includes much, much more. Athletics, clubs, leadership positions, service projects, internships and international study also shape our students. A vibrant spiritual environment, grounded in the United Methodist tradition, promotes personal growth and is welcoming to men and women of all faiths.
Benefit from Programs Designed for Working Adults and Graduate Students
For those seeking to finish a degree or advance professionally, Reinhardt's adult and degree completion programs have been designed with you in mind. You'll enjoy learning information and skills you can apply immediately, as well as convenient classes, simplified registration and professors with extensive real world experience. The master of business administration addresses a broad base of skills and allows students to immediately put theory into action in an individualized, hands-on program. The master of arts in teaching in early childhood education offers students with undergraduate degrees in fields other than education the opportunity to attend a high quality evening program and earn a graduate degree in early childhood education and initial certification. The master of music offers three concentrations with a schedule that's friendly to music teachers. Beginning in fall 2012, students can also choose from a master of education in early childhood education or a master of education in special education. Several of Reinhardt's newest degree completion programs are online; they offer students the opportunity to complete an undergraduate degree in healthcare administration or criminal justice. A new program under development is a master’s degree in public administration with a concentration in criminal justice.
Come for a Visit
The best way to evaluate Reinhardt is to see it for yourself. The admissions office offers weekday tours on the Waleska Campus Monday-Friday at 11 a.m. or 3 p.m. Special senior preview days, called Experience Reinhardt or Spring Visitation Day, are held on selected Saturdays in the fall and spring; unfortunately all these dates for the 2012/2013 year have passed. If you would like to visit the campus prior to the beginning of classes on August 19, 2013, come for a weekday tour. For a reservation, please call 770-720-5526 or make an online reservation at www.reinhardt.edu/visit.
For Adult & Graduate Programs, plan to attend an Information Session or Open House or make an individual appointment.
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