If you are a bright, driven, achievement-oriented student, Bryant's Honors Program offers you a distinctive learning opportunity that fosters research collaboration with professors who have high expectations for your personal and career development.
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For first-year students
- Minimum SAT of 1270; ACT 27
- Ranking in top 10% of high school class, or GPA of at least 3.6
For transfer students
- Minimum GPA of 3.5 in college-level courses
Not all who qualify are accepted.
SharEd academic journeys
Food security and sustainable development in Chad. The effect of Tommy John surgery on a pitcher's career. A guide to restaurant accounting. These topics and 18 more were shared during the Senior Capstone Project Colloquium, an annual event that showcases the rigor of Honors Program students' academic journeys – as well as their passions.
Daniel Hebert '13 offers insight about his capstone project on time series data mining. He and his faculty collaborators hope to publish the research findings and share the findings at conferences.
What you'll gain
- You'll participate in classroom discussions that are more sophisticated than the norm.
- You will enroll in honors courses in both the College of Arts and Sciences and the College of Business.
- Your senior capstone research project incorporates a close working relationship with one or more faculty mentors.
- You'll take part in activities developed specifically for honors students, including visits to New York City or Washington, D.C., to network with some of Bryant's most accomplished alumni and leaders of flourishing companies, government agencies, and national nonprofits.