Articulation agreement set with Western New England University's College of Pharmacy
The College of Arts and Sciences has signed an articulation agreement with the Western New England University College of Pharmacy. The agreement provides Bryant students with enhanced opportunities to pursue advanced studies in the Doctor of Pharmacy program.
"This strategic partnership ... will give Bryant Arts and Sciences greater access to rewarding careers."
The College of Pharmacy offers two dual-degree programs that are the perfect fit for Bryant Arts and Sciences graduates—all of whom complete a business minor. The Doctor of Pharmacy/MBA and the Doctor of Pharmacy Master of Science in Organizational Leadership are presented in collaboration with Western New England (WNE) University’s College of Business, which, that university notes, “offers a powerful combination of pharmacy and business for those interested in the practice of pharmacy in a business or managerial environment.”
Graduates of Western New England University’s combined degree programs will receive two separate degrees, one in business and one in pharmacy.
“This strategic partnership with Western New England University’s College of Pharmacy will give Bryant Arts and Sciences greater access to rewarding careers in a bourgeoning field,” says Bryant’s Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences Wendy Samter, Ph.D.