Bryant University's College of Arts and Sciences and College of Business offer comprehensive programs that blend theory and practice across all disciplines.
College of business
Distinguished Professor of Business V.K. Unni, D.B.A., is the Interim Dean of the College of Business. In addition to his years of service to Bryant, Dean Unni has chaired evaluation teams on behalf of AACSB International - The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.
Marketplace-driven and attuned to industry and society
Bryant today is the culmination of 150 years of continuous growth and innovation. Throughout the University’s history, our business programs have integrated theoretical and applied knowledge in ways that empower our students such that they are highly valued in the marketplace. To prepare leaders who will meet the emerging needs of the 21st century, in recent years our distinctive curriculum has blended business with the liberal arts, all with an unwavering focus on character and ethics.
Liberal arts with real-world relevance
Since 1863, Bryant has prepared students for success by offering a comprehensive education grounded in critical thinking, problem solving, and broadened perspectives. With a wide range of options for study in the humanities, social sciences, mathematics, and the natural sciences, students in the arts and sciences combine their major with a complementary business administration minor. Whether you go on to graduate school or work at a not-for-profit, a government agency, or in the private sector, our graduates have more choices.
College of ARTS AND SCIENCES
“Students in Bryant's College of Arts and Sciences get the same breadth and depth of knowledge and theory in the liberal arts found in other schools, but they also gain the practical skills and marketable experience to make a meaningful impact immediately upon graduation.”
David Lux, Ph.D.
Dean, College of Arts and Sciences