Undergraduate Degree Programs 2021-2022 Edition

Bryant has built its reputation on educating business professionals and leaders. The COLLEGE OF BUSINESS offers the following degree programs.

With a traditional Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA) degree, you can concentrate in any of these areas:  Accounting | Digital Marketing | Entrepreneurship | Finance | Financial Services | Global Supply Chain Management | Management: Human Resource Management | Information Systems | Management: Leadership and Innovation | Managerial Accounting and Finance | Marketing  | Management: Team and Project Management.

You may major in Bachelor of Science in Data Science (BSDS)

For those more globally focused, you may pursue a Bachelor of Science in International Business (BSIB) with a concentration in Accounting | Digital Marketing | Entrepreneurship |  Finance | Global Supply Chain Management | Management: Human Resource Management | Information Systems | Management: Leadership and Innovation | Marketing  | Management: Team and Project Management. Please note that these programs have different requirements than those of the BSBA concentrations - click on the "Majors" tab of the International Business Program page for specific requirements.

Business programs are enhanced by a minor in the liberal arts, emphasizing the importance of developing the whole student. All students in business administration are required to complete a liberal arts minor.

The COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES offers two degrees:

Bachelor of Science with majors in Actuarial Mathematics | Applied Economics | Applied Mathematics and Statistics | Biology | Environmental Science | Psychology.

A Bachelor of Arts with majors in  Chinese | Communication | Global Studies | History | Literary and Cultural Studies | Politics and Law  | Sociology | Spanish.

A Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences with tracks in General Health, Behavioral and Health Promotion.

All Arts and Sciences students complete a business minor and may elect to take additional business courses, not to exceed a combined total of 30 credit hours in the College of Business.