Now an applications engineer, she was inspired "to try different aspects of science" as she worked with her faculty mentor, environmental engineer and Assoc. Prof. Dan McNally.
Two undergrad programs and graduate certificate emphasize applied learning, specialized training using state-of-the-art software.
The team credits cohort collaboration for developing an unconventional business model incorporating a business-to-government strategy.
The magazine assesses the learning environment, class size, tuition, faculty, delivery methods, international diversity, gender make-up and more.
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.
Interactions between faculty and students made Bryant stand out for this career changer who is now employed as a sourcing analyst for CVS Health.
He found his business niche with Bryant's Graduate Certificate in Business Analytics and now wants to deepen his knowledge about how business works.
During their demanding 15-week practicum, the students add to their resumes by serving as management consultants for companies that are lining up to benefit from the MBA teams' expertise.
Presented by the Darla Moore School of Business at the U. of South Carolina, the award recognizes the course "Corporate Social Responsibility in the Global Supply Chain."
The distinctive graduate business program offers international consulting experiences while learning about conducting business in other cultures.
Annual symposium on April 1 includes presentations by experts on health outcomes data, systemic risk, applied analytics for business, real-time offers.
Conducting research around the globe in partnership with Bryant's science faculty has given her the opportunity to explore, travel, and "understand myself."