Our program, ranked No. 5 in the U.S. by College Factual, prepares students to move their companies ahead of the competition by successfully mobilizing and coordinating resources, all while keeping a close eye on the bottom line. Rigorous coursework offers an understanding of complex managerial issues and ethical practices.
Management at Bryant
College Factual ranks our undergraduate program No. 5 in the nation. We are known for hands-on, practical projects that focus on strategic management issues, design thinking, service learning, and customer service. We challenge our students to demonstrate their abilities to innovatively manage complex situations through competitions that require them to solve real-world problems.
Within the undergraduate International Business Program, management is one of the functional areas students may choose to concentrate in.
Our faculty members also teach graduate courses that are part of the one-year and two-year MBA programs offered by the Graduate School of Business.
Each year our students earn recognition and credentials by participating in a wide variety of national competitions and developing presentations for executives at major corporations. These experiences yield networking opportunities, potential inernships and jobs, an enhanced resume, and cash awards.
Bryant’s IB program "gave me a strong base in all parts of business, which made me a stronger competitor for the program.”
In Prof. Ratcliffe's Management 200 course, the payoff of planning, leading, organizing, and controlling helps to sustain a local nonprofit that works with children.
The fellowship will open doors and generate opportunities for LaGuardia, who already is finding ways to address global challenges through service learning.
The Management Concentration
This path prepares students for managerial leadership in a business environment characterized by continuous change in technology, increasing globalization, and growing diversity. Areas of focus include general management, international management, operations management, global supply chain management, and entrepreneurship. A minor also is available.Learn More
The Human Resources Concentration
This path provides comprehensive insight in understanding and managing human capital in local and global organizations. The curriculum integrates coursework wih hands-on and real-world experiences that prepare students for professional certification examinations. Students are required to do an HR internship in an organization. A minor also is available.Learn More
Our faculty members are strong researchers and consultants with expertise in various industries and functions across the field of management. They bring into the classroom 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, and Textron.Learn More