Do you enjoy the challenge of solving problems? Are you interested in planning, organizing, and leading – not simply "doing"? Do you enjoy making things happen and interacting with people? Do you consider yourself an entrepreneur, an innovator, and a leader?
Being a leader in today’s complex, global environment is challenging. The business environment is characterized by constant changes in technology, as well as increased globalization and diversity.
The Management concentration at Bryant prepares you to meet these challenges. In our program, students gain skills to:
- solve complex problems
- think outside the box
- plan, organize, motivate, and lead
- bring a project from inception to completion
- develop ethical practices to ensure accountability
- mobilize and coordinate resources to achieve goals
- strategize in a global and complex business environment
You will be tested in the classroom with hands-on, practical projects focused on strategic human resource management, design thinking, service learning, and customer service. You will have unparalleled opportunities to interact with alumni, executive mentors, successful entrepreneurs, and CEOS. You will be challenged to demonstrate your abilities to innovatively manage complex situations through competitions that require you to solve real-world problems.
The Management minor was developed to meet an increasing demand for management skills at all organizational levels. Whether you are a business or liberal arts student, you will gain an understanding of complex managerial issues that corporations face today through this minor.
Future careers, post-grad opportunities
You will have the advantage of networking in the business and professional world at Bryant. Through a variety of programs, including those offered by the Amica Center for Career Education and alumni mentoring programs, you will have unparalleled opportunities to interact with CEOs, successful entrepreneurs, and executives. Management graduates are prepared for professional success in a variety of fields.
Titles held by recent management graduates include business manager, credit manager, executive trainee, application specialist, consumer loan trainee, customer service representative, inventory control specialist, and human resources specialist.
You will also be prepared for graduate or law school.
The Management faculty will assist you in your pursuit of a management concentration. They are strong researchers and consultants with expertise in various industries and functions across the field of management. The faculty apply their own professional experience working for companies such as Amica, BJ Wholesale, Conoco, the FBI, FedEx, GTech, The Hartford, Hope Global, JP Morgan, Chase, Mars, NASA, Raytheon, Target, Textron, and Union Specific, and to create effective and enhanced learning environments.