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Graduate Certificate in Business Analytics

Bryant plays a leadership role in analytics education. Our courses use real-world data provided by strategic partner organizations.
Arts & Sciences

Graduate Certificate Managerial Communication

Courses focus on effective and ethical means of information transmission and training, persuasion, small group decision-making, conflict management, and intercultural sensitivity and awareness.
Arts & Sciences

Graduate Certificate Professional Communication

In consultation with a faculty advisor, you will tailor a four-course sequence most appropriate for career development in your professional specialty.
Arts & Sciences

Graduate Certificate Public Communication

Designed for undergraduate degree holders who work in the nonprofit sector, or as police officers, firefighters, emergency medical personnel, public relations officers, community managers, and others who engage/interact with communities.
Arts & Sciences

Master of Arts in Communication

This program will enable you to start an exciting career, enhance your abilities, or make a complete career change.

Master of Professional Accountancy

Set yourself up for success in the accounting profession with the MPAc. Earn your degree in eight months!

One-Year MBA program

Whether you are a recent college graduate or someone with years of experience looking to change careers, Bryant’s international focus will prepare you to do business globally and locally.
Health Sciences

Physician Assistant

Our mission: To improve universal access to health care by graduating highly competent and confident physician assistants prepared to provide exceptional quality, ethical patient-centered health care in a collaborative environment.

Professional MBA Online

This program is for working professionals with a minimum of five years of qualified work experience who seek a convenient, flexible way to pursue a graduate degree.

Two-Year MBA program

Our program is designed with working professionals in mind. You'll spend two nights a week on campus in the classroom, and will complete your degree in two years.