Two undergrad programs and graduate certificate emphasize applied learning, specialized training using state-of-the-art software.
The demanding program sharpens participants' skills in teamwork, oral presentations and market research, and employers take notice.
The first Dr. William B. Sweeney Memorial Endowed Scholarship Fund will be awarded in the fall of 2017 to an economics major.
R.I. Department of Health confirms "there does not appear to be a spread of norovirus on campus," that Bryant took appropriate actions to "prevent rapid spread," and that there is no need to close campus.
Record class participation resulted in a gift of more than $7,400. The scholarship will be awarded to a Bryant student in the fall of 2016.
The two-part gift is designated for scholarships and for Christian Campus Ministry programs, events, and services that will help students deepen their faith.
This Economics-Public Policy major has a clear career path he hopes will ultimately prepare him for the highest office in the land.
Majoring in Business and Marketing helped Connor hone the skills that led to her success as a lawyer at one of the nation's largest, privately held real estate and insurance services companies.
Internships and a major in Politics and Law led Dumont to Wake Forest Law; he's now an associate in the firm's Commercial Finance practice group.
A keen sense of analysis and discipline, mastered as a student at Bryant, helps her succeed at the No. 4 law school in the country. Next stop: an international commercial law firm in Washington, D.C.
The right skills (writing, critical reading, ability to summarize), internships, business awareness, and affiliations contribute to high admit rate.
Alumna, speaking publicly about 2013 attack in Boston, notes that President Machtley, Public Safety, and field hockey teammates helped her return to campus.