The Bryan School of Business and Economics is comprised of six academic departments.
Accounting and Finance
Accounting is the only business discipline for which separate accreditation is given and we have achieved placement in the top 1% of programs worldwide with accounting and business accreditation from the AACSB. We work hard to maintain the quality and continuous improvement expected from programs which have achieved both business and accounting AACSB accreditation.
The Department of Economics combines commitments to high-quality research and teaching at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. This legacy of excellence has held since the establishment of the department in 1935. The department has celebrated more than 80 years of service in education and developing researchers and continues its innovative practices in response to the changing world.
Consumer, Apparel, and Retail Studies
If you have an interest in fashion, the Department of Consumer, Apparel, and Retail Studies (CARS) offers the best preparation for becoming what we see in you: a work-ready professional with all of the experience, knowledge, and networking you need to build a successful career.
Information Systems and Supply Chain Management
The Department of Information Systems and Supply Chain Management (ISSCM) was established over 30 years ago. Over the years, the ISSCM program has produced graduates specializing in information systems, supply chain management, and operations management. The programs are unique and fill a need in the local marketplace. Our graduates has been placed among many Fortune 500 companies
We equip students with the evidence-based knowledge, practical skills, and the character to become global business leaders. Students in the Department of Management benefit from the infusion of critical global economic issues throughout the curriculum.
Marketing, Entrepreneurship, Hospitality, and Tourism
As a department, we are eclectic in nature since we combine several subject areas that are often stand-alone departments. We believe that this combination of academic interests results in a strong multidisciplinary advantage to students who want to choose from a wide range of courses, while retaining enough coursework in each area to satisfy those students who are interested in specializing in one of our disciplines.