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Bryant educates and inspires students to become innovative leaders of character who are prepared to be successful and make a difference around the world.

99% EMPLOYED

Of Bryant's Class of 2017 graduates, 99% were employed or in graduate school within 6 months of graduation

$59,000 SALARY

Median starting salary of Bryant's class of 2017 graduates

94% AGREE

Of Bryant's Class of 2017 graduates, 94% agree Bryant prepared them well for success

A+ RANKING

for Mid-Career Post-Graduation Earnings — College Factual/USA Today 2016

The Bryant Undergraduate Experience

Combining Academic Excellence with Purposeful Student Life

CREATE YOUR PATH

MAJOR:

Marketing

MINOR:

Communication
BRYANT OUTCOME:

Become an account strategist for innovative marketing solutions at Google

CREATE YOUR OWN

The Character of Success

Nurturing data professionals

Erik Miller '07, '11 MBA

Miller, Assistant Business Intelligence Manager at Amica Insurance in Lincoln, RI, is helping grow a team of professionals who are using data to bring new insights into Amica’s business. It’s a natural blend of skills and interests for Miller, who calls data analytics a “team sport.”  

Major: Economics

Interests

- Member of Applied Analytics faculty
Erik Miller headshot
Erik Miller headshot

Nurturing data professionals

Erik Miller '07, '11 MBA

Miller, Assistant Business Intelligence Manager at Amica Insurance in Lincoln, RI, is helping grow a team of professionals who are using data to bring new insights into Amica’s business. It’s a natural blend of skills and interests for Miller, who calls data analytics a “team sport.”  

Major: Economics

Interests

- Member of Applied Analytics faculty
Qin Leng, Ph.D.

Faculty excellence

Qin Leng, Ph.D.

The Professor of Science and Technology will co-host an NSF-funded workshop focused on providing experiential learning to undergraduates on the impact of climate change.

Interests

- Plant evolution and diversity
- Paleo-botany
Qin Leng, Ph.D.

Faculty excellence

Qin Leng, Ph.D.

The Professor of Science and Technology will co-host an NSF-funded workshop focused on providing experiential learning to undergraduates on the impact of climate change.

Interests

- Plant evolution and diversity
- Paleo-botany