Undergraduate Education for Success
Bryant’s integrated curriculum gives you the flexibility to choose from nearly 100 courses of study as you select liberal arts and business topics of interest. What we teach, and how we teach it, will provide you with an education for success.
Courses of Study
Your Bryant experience offers unparalleled multidisciplinary opportunities. Within an innovative curriculum recognized as truly pathbreaking, all business majors complete a complementary liberal arts minor and all liberal arts majors complete a complementary business minor. Explore our academic options and imagine all of the possibilities as you create your own path.
If you’re achievement-oriented and looking to enrich your academic, social, cultural, and professional talents in a mentor-oriented environment, explore Bryant’s Honors Program. Our most gifted applicants are invited to join the program and delve deeper into their subjects by experiencing an expanded delivery of coursework by faculty who are passionate about teaching.
Bryant’s learning-centered community isn’t limited to the US. As an emerging leader in international education, Bryant offers abundant opportunities to cultivate your global perspective through study abroad. The University is ranked 14th nationally for study abroad participation.
Combining the ideals of volunteering, active learning, and reflection, civic engagement and service learning are integral parts of a Bryant education. Students go out into the community and perform work that improves society. When they return to the classroom, they bring a deeper understanding of real-world issues and learn to devise meaningful solutions that lead to change.
INTERNSHIPS and PRACTICA
Real-world experience in a business or not-for-profit can be an important avenue for your learning and critical reflection. In your junior and senior year, Bryant offers the opportunity to earn academic credit by combining significant work experience with academic study.
The advantages of an academic internship include:
- career-related employment that complements your academic studies
- the opportunity to investigate a career field of interest
- valuable work experience the gives you a competitive advantage
- a professional network and possible mentors
Academic internships are generally structured as a three-credit elective course in either a concentration, minor, or general business area of study which provides a professional work experience. Working with you, a faculty supervisor will create an academic learning assignment, monitor your progress and the internship experience, and assign a grade. Special internship opportunities include study in Washington, DC, and in Dublin, Ireland.