At the Bryan School of Business and Economics, we are committed to increasing our students’ access to excellence and ensuring their success. We prove this every day through our robust career and professional development offerings as well as our vast selection of flexible, customizable, and nationally-ranked undergraduate programs.
And this commitment applies to all Bryan School undergraduate students — 38 percent of whom are 1st generation students.
Wherever they are in their academic or professional journeys, students who enter any of our 20 undergraduate programs have the opportunity to build a foundation of business knowledge that applies across organizations of any size or scope — all at their own pace and on their own schedule.
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Prospective undergraduate students have 20 program options to choose from. These concentrations allow students to personalize their course of study to fit their career ambitions.
Students may also ask about our accelerated master’s programs, during which they receive dual credit for graduate-level courses as an undergraduate.
Our undergraduate career and professional development starts with the Blueprint Series. This groundbreaking four-credit curriculum is designed to equip all undergraduates with the skills needed to succeed in an ever-changing industry landscape. Need proof? Just ask one of our students, 87 percent of whom feel confident about their career path as a result of the program.
We make a consistent effort to connect our talented students with prospective employers. This begins with our tradition of developing the exceptional problem solvers businesses want and communities need and comes to fruition through a variety of hands-on experiences that place our students in the same room with companies both here in the Triad and across the U.S.
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participating in the Bryan School’s Career and Professional Development Blueprint Series feel confident about their career path.