Bryant's College of Arts and Sciences and the College of Business offer a variety of degrees that can lead to career success. Be sure to explore all your options before committing to a major or concentration.
Strategies for choosing your major or concentration
- Meet with a career counselor for a 30-minute consultation.
- Consider taking a career assessment: Strong Interest Inventory, Career Leader, Myers- Briggs Type Indicator.
- Enroll in Career Planning 101: a five-session, noncredit course.
- Observe an alum in a line of work you are considering during our winter break Shadow Program.
- Conduct Informational Interviews with Bryant alumni from the Alumni/Student Career Link.
- Analyze your classes. What are you good at? What are you enjoying?
- Talk to faculty in degree programs you are considering.
- Review the Undergraduate Course Catalog for course descriptions and requirements.
- Attend events related to an area of interest to learn more.
- Review real entry-level job descriptions and internships on the BCC (Bryant Career Connection).
- Be sure to use the information available through the Guides and Resources section.
- Take part in MyPath@Bryant, held in conjunction with the Office of Academic Advising.
Choosing your minor
Your options will depend on the major or concentration you choose. Choose a minor that will help you academically and build your GPA.
A minor can:
- Complement your major or concentration.
- Provide early preparation for a “Plan B” career.
- Allow for a break from your major area of study.
- Enhance knowledge of a personal interest.
- Provide prerequisites for graduate school.