Business Administration

The Business Administration interdisciplinary minor provides a comprehensive understanding of key business principles, preparing students to succeed in a competitive marketplace.

A group of Bryant University students make a presentation during the school's Financial Services Forum.

At A Glance

What You’ll Learn:

  • Understand the fundamentals of accounting
  • Learn the role of information technology in supporting business process
  • Develop a basic knowledge of marketing management

What You’ll Do:

  • Integrate management theories into a framework for practice
  • Compete "team-to-team" in a sponsored course-wide analytical case

Where You'll Go:

  • Business development, analyst, operations specialist, and other settings
  • Prestigious graduate schools to further your career preparation.

Program Level: Undergraduate

Offered As: Minor

College/School: Interdisciplinary

Program Overview

The Business Administration program offers diverse courses covering fundamental areas such as accounting, finance, management, marketing, and business law. Students gain insights into business operations, strategic decision-making processes, and effective leadership practices.

Through theoretical learning and practical application, students develop critical thinking, problem-solving, and communication abilities for navigating complex business challenges. The curriculum emphasizes real-world relevance, incorporating case studies, projects, and experiential learning opportunities to enhance students' understanding and application of business concepts.

Whether pursuing careers in business or seeking to complement their primary field of study with business knowledge, students in the program acquire valuable skills that enhance their professional prospects and enable them to make meaningful contributions in many organizational settings.


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