Business managers have come to rely upon computer-generated information as a critical resource in the decision-making process. Bryant University recognizes the importance of information technology for all levels of management and provides a Computer Information Systems curriculum that is both challenging and relevant.
A faculty mentor, job shadowing, and courses that offer engagement with leading global companies have readied him for competitive Target program.
The groundbreaking IT course includes intensive mentoring from Hasbro executives, which helps connect theoretical concepts to real-world business environments.
He attributes Bryant’s small class sizes, accessible faculty, and supportive network to his success.
Studies in computer information systems and marketing helped position her on frontline of agency's Office of Land and Emergency Management.
CIS major Nicholas O'Hara '17 and his "charging chair" took off running thanks to Bryant's New Venture Competition and its alumni feedback.
Strong presentation skills and experience with team-based projects helped this CIS major land a job by the end of fall semester her senior year.
Professor of Mathematics and Computer Information Systems Alan Olinsky, Ph.D., is the 2015 winner of the SAS Distinguished Professor Award.
The funds will help each foster collaboration with universities around the world.
The week of intensive classes at Guangdong Electric Power Design Institute "allowed us to get into the very competitive executive training market in China.”
CIS major is now an IT business analyst with Merck Millipore, working with global teams and building relationships with people from different backgrounds and cultures.
The Academy of International Business selected Bryant to host the conference because of the University's strong International Business program and outstanding work by Bryant IB faculty.
Bryant gave him a chance to blend his passion for music with his interests in business and technology.