The MBA curriculum is designed to develop an in-depth understanding of all business functions. Courses include strategy, leadership, management, accounting, finance, marketing, operations, and technology. The curriculum balances the technical, data-driven, quantitative skills to make objective decisions with the interpersonal and communication skills necessary to work effectively with people at all levels and from all cultures. Most importantly, these topic areas are integrated throughout the curriculum.
Hands-on, practical projects that focus on strategic management issues, design thinking, service learning, and customer service are critical elements of the nationally recognized Human Resource Management program. Faculty-supervised internships allow students to set themselves apart from the competition. The program features in-demand consultants who are dedicated educators and mentors share their expertise with the students, a required human resource internship provides distinctive real-world experience and invaluable connections in the field, networking with industry leaders through Bryant’s Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) chapter, excellent preparation for professional certification examinations offered by the Society for Human Resource Management.
The Accounting program, ranked No. 4 by College Factual, features distinctive real-world learning experiences, opportunities to excel at accounting competitions such as the PwC Challenge Case Competition, and solid preparation for major professional exams that set the students apart. The program features experiential learning, that includes faculty-supervised internships at global corporations, Big Four accounting firms, and more. Students set themselves apart by gaining a solid foundation for major professional examinations such as the CMA exam.