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.
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.
Owner and operator of RPB Marine chose Bryant because "I didn’t want average."
Bryant programs for undergraduates and MBA candidates deliver experiential learning opportunities that are a critical component for postgraduate success.
Even before enrolling in Bryant's Global Supply Chain Management and Economics programs, one-on-one collaboration with faculty members made a difference.
As director of this year's event, Brian Cadigan '16 says the experience highlighted the skills he'll be using as he starts his career as a supply chain analyst.
Program development, fundraising, operations management, event planning all part of the curriculum for Management 200 team that delivered custom-built playhouses for young beneficiaries of A Wish Come True.
Matthew knew he wanted to study business in college, but it was actually French that prompted him to make Bryant his top choice.
The team credits cohort collaboration for developing an unconventional business model incorporating a business-to-government strategy.
Members play an important role in promoting equity, strengthening Rhode Island’s economy, and “showing the leaders of tomorrow they can do anything they set their mind to."
His path also was shaped by networking opportunities through Bryant Collegiate Entrepreneurs' Organization and the successes and failures as an entrepreneur.
This year’s cohort, comprising 37 students and three faculty members, recently returned from Panama, where they met with representatives from Panamanian businesses including: Dell, Panamcham (Pan American Chamber of Commerce), Panama Pacifico, Global Bank, Colon Free Trade Zone, and Grupa Wisa.