Our program, ranked No. 3 in the U.S. by College Factual, offers a path to a creative, dynamic, and exciting career that influences the flow of goods, services, and ideas between producers and consumers or organizations. Our students learn how to keep an organization responsive to its environments, while managing growth and meeting needs of a multitude of publics.
At the intersection of content and technology, Doug Craig '90 finds success in an industry changing at lightning speeds.
The Bryant marketing professor will receive the American Marketing Association Sales SIG Excellence in Teaching Award.
“I like to be creative, and marketing is such a broad field. ... You can go in so many directions,” says Messina, whose coursework, internships helped land her a marketing assistant position.
Bryant's close-knit community of faculty and students offers a surprising "big-school atmosphere" and opportunities that open doors for the editor-in-chief of the campus newspaper.
Expectations are steep, with students handling market research, search engine optimization, writing, client management, branding, content marketing, and more.
Now regional manager for Medtronic, the former president of Multicultural Student Union, Intercultural Center, and football team captain takes pride in building team players.
The public face of a highly-respected independent grocery chain, she has earned accolades for the company’s commitment to local organizations as well as her personal volunteerism.
The senior manager of global consumer marketing for Activision was recognized in the Marketing and Advertising category.
Now a marketing strategy manager at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex, Giardino says Bryant courses and faculty mentors helped him land a job with his dream employer.
He traces his success to a "diverse and dynamic course schedule" that focused on relational learning, and easy access to professors.
The ties formed in the classroom proved to be an ongoing source of inspiration for beloved marketing professor and his wife, Caryl.
More than 180 students from 16 schools competed for cash prizes during the tournament-style competition hosted on campus.