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Studio courses and classes that explore the historical and theoretical approaches to artistic forms will prepare students for careers at design, theater, and internet companies, museums, nonprofits, and community arts organizations.
IB continues its rapid rise, jumping 11 points. Three other programs -- finance, operations management and accounting -- also rise in the latest report of undergraduate business specialty programs.
Associate Professor Teresa McCarthy, director of Bryant's program, tells WSJ that "employers are taking note" of grads with SCM know-how.
This video features excerpts from the Student Charge presented by David Hurley '13 to his fellow classmates and graduation day photos shared by the graduates through social media.
Led by the vice minister of education for the People’s Republic of China, representatives from China University of Geosciences (Wuhan) and the Beijing Institute of Technology Zhuhai visited campus April 7th.
The undergraduate business program is among the nation’s best, rising 7 points in the 2013 Bloomberg Businessweek rankings released March 20. Last May, a separate Businessweek evaluation of 14 specialty business programs ranked Bryant’s undergraduate International Business Program 27th in the nation, and the entrepreneurship program shot up 26 points to a rank of 71st.
The Advanced Applied Analytics Center is envisioned as a hub of professional collaboration and a strategic resource for businesses and organizations that increasingly rely on analysis of big data.
Faculty, students, staff and alumni rise to the challenge of the inaugural Innovation Design Experience for All Jan. 21-23.
Groundbreaking for the unprecedented Shu Fang Zhai project will be in spring 2013 as part of the University's 150th anniversary celebration; discussions continue for a joint venture with Beijing Institute of Technology, Zuhai.
On the eve of the Nov. 6 election, Bryant faculty members Michael A. Roberto and James Segovis, who teach leadership and management, discuss the qualities that have led past U.S. presidents to success.
President Machtley, Bryant’s faculty and the Institute’s founding director are praised for creating "a world-class program that can make a tremendous difference in Rhode Island’s future.”
Accounting, healthcare, IT experts meeting at Bryant to explore models for healthcare information standardization
Professor of Accounting Saeed J. Roohani, who helped introduce XBRL to the international accounting community, believes its development and adoption might serve as a roadmap for the healthcare industry.
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