Ranking, Accolades and Accreditation

Quick facts

The Bryan School is one of the largest business schools in North Carolina, offering 11 undergraduate programs, seven graduate certificate programs, six masters programs, and three PhD programs.

Undergraduate Students
3,735
Graduate Students
458
Total Enrollment
4,193

The Bryan School has dual accreditation in business and accounting.
The School holds dual accreditation in business and accounting from AACSB – a distinction held by only 1% of business schools in the world.

Ranked as one of the Best Business Schools

Princeton Review, 2019

Bryan School Rankings

#2

in NC –
Information Systems School,
Entrepreneurial Studies School

Best Business Colleges, 2018

 

#3

in NC –
International Business School,
Business Economics School
Best Business Colleges, 2018

#4

Fashion Merchandising and
Fashion Design School
in the South
Fashion-Schools.org 2018

#6

in NC –
Business Administration School
Best Business Colleges, 2018

Top 15%

Best Value –
Business/Managerial Economics
College Factual, 2019

Graduate Program Rankings

#2

in NC –
Best Online Graduate Computer
Information Technology Programs
US News, 2019

#3

for
Public Universities in NC –
Part-Time MBA Program
US News, 2020

#4

in the US –
Greatest Opportunity for
Minority StudentsMBA Program
The Princeton Review, 2019

#5

for
Public Universities in NC –
MBA Program
TFE Times 2019

#22

Most Affordable Online
Colleges for Information Technology
for the Master of Science
The Princeton Review, 2019

Undergraduate Program Rankings

#4

in the Nation for Best Online Business Degree
BestColleges.com, 2017

#9

Best Undergraduate Supply Chain Management
The Princeton Review, 2019

Retention, Graduation & Employment

Persistence (Retention)
Year Entered 2011 2012 2013 2014
Percentage Returned for Next Year 72.8 73.8 82.8 79.4

Percentage of Bryan School enrollees returning to UNC Greensboro for their second year.

Graduate Employment 2015-2016 Master’s Students (Full-time) Master’s Students (Part-time)
Accepted Employment by Graduation 47 2
Accepted Employment within 3 Months 2 0
Accepted Employment within 6 Months 2 0
Total Not Seeking Employment – Continuing Education 4 0
Total Already Employed at Graduation 18 13
Continuing Search 18 0
No Information Provided 25 6
Total: 116 21

Data cover December and May Commencements and are updated periodically to meet University, Accreditation, and Government reporting requirements.

Undergraduate Employment 2015-2016 Undergraduate Students
Accepted Employment by Graduation 126
Accepted Employment within 3 Months 12
Accepted Employment within 6 Months 3
Starting Own Business 9
Total Already Employed at Graduation 43
Total Not Seeking Employment – Continuing Education 20
Continuing Search 103
No Information Provided 191
Total: 507

Data cover December and May Commencements and are updated periodically to meet University, Accreditation, and Government reporting requirements.