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Associate of Science in Business Administration
Associate of Arts in Liberal Arts
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in Economics and Finance
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in Management
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in Management Information Systems
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in Business Management
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in Organizational Management
Bachelor of Science in Christian Ministry
Bachelor of Science in Church Music
Bachelor of Science in Contemporary Music
Bachelor of Science in Music
Bachelor of Science in Music Administration
Bachelor of Science in Music Education
Bachelor of Science in Music Ministries
Bachelor of Science in Music Technology
Bachelor of Science in Performance
Bachelor of Science in Piano Pedagogy
Bachelor of Science in Vocal Music Education
Bachelor of Science in Biology
Bachelor of Science in Biology Education
Bachelor of Science in Computer Education
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
Bachelor of Science in Liberal Arts
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics
Bachelor of Science in Mathematics
Bachelor of Science in Mathematics Education
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
Bachelor of Science in Health and Wellness
Bachelor of Science in Liberal Arts/Elementary Licensure
Bachelor of Science in Physical Education/Teacher Education
Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Studies
Bachelor of Arts in Christian Leadership
Bachelor of Arts in Christian Studies
Bachelor of Arts in Christian Thought
Bachelor of Arts in Pastoral Ministry
Bachelor of Arts in Youth Ministry
Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies
Bachelor of Arts in Corporate Communications
Bachelor of Arts in English
Bachelor of Arts in English Education
Bachelor of Arts in English Literature
Bachelor of Arts in Film Production Technology
Bachelor of Arts in Foundations
Bachelor of Arts in History
Bachelor of Arts in History Education
Bachelor of Arts in Journalism
Bachelor of Arts in Political Communication
Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts
Bachelor of Arts in Spanish
Bachelor of Arts in Spanish Education
Bachelor of Arts in Theater
Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics
Bachelor of Arts in Political & Governmental Affairs
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology
Graduate Programs
Masters Degree in Business Administration

Bryan College

Enrollment:
Financial Aid: Yes
Scholarships: Yes
Rating: Yes
Score: Yes
State: Tennessee
City: Dayton
Street: 721 Bryan Drive
ZIP: 37321
Phone: (423) 775.2041

Accreditation

the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, the International Assembly of College Business Education

Academics

Bryan College awards 2 associate degrees, the Associate of Arts and the Associate of Science, 2 baccalaureate degrees (the Bachelor of Arts and the Bachelor of Science), and the Master of Business Administration. Majors are offered in 18 fields of study, and additional options and concentrations are available to complement those programs. There are 10 programs for teacher licensure which are reciprocal in all 50 states.

Athletics

The athletic training staff at Bryan College exists to provide student-athletes with an opportunity to participate in intercollegiate athletics in the safest and healthiest manner possible. The staff is committed to providing first aid, follow-up treatment and rehabilitation for the injured student-athletes. The college competes in the NAIA and the NCCAA for men's and women's basketball, men's and women's soccer, men's baseball, and women's volleyball. The co-ed cross-country running and track team competes in the NAIA.

Campus

The residence halls provide a living environment in which students may develop a strong sense of community, receive encouragement, support, and guidance, and be given an opportunity to serve others and grown in Christ. Each student is challenged to increase social skills, make new and lasting relationships, examine new ideas, learn new skills, and adjust to new and different situations and people. Most of the full-time students are required to live on campus. All residence hall students must register for a meal plan. The Townhouses at Bryan Commons have been established as transitional housing for upperclassmen. As such there are certain qualifications for those Each residence hall is supervised by a Resident Director, several Resident Assistants, and, in some resident halls, a Lead Resident Assistant. Together the staff seeks to identify and meet residentsí needs through individual counseling, group activities, Bible studies, and educational programming. Each floor may ask members of the faculty or staff to serve as floor parents for their floor. Motor vehicles may be used on the Bryan campus upon proper registration the vehicle and compliance with federal, state, local, and college regulations. This includes adequate insurance coverage, which meets or exceeds the State of Tennessee minimum liability coverage. Repeated violations may lead to a loss or restriction of campus vehicle operation and parking privileges. The campus wide speed limit is 25 miles per hour. Bryan College parking permits for both resident and commuter students must be displayed at all times while student vehicles are on campus. Visitor parking permits are available and can be obtained from the Operations Office or the Admissions Office.

Facilities

Bryan students have access to a collection which includes dozens of premiere, online, full-text databases (such as JSTOR, ARTstor, Ebsco-host, Infotrac, Proquest, and LexisNexis), nearly 120,000 print and digital books, and more than 24,000 journals, magazines, and newspapers. The library's collection is available through the Internet to students and faculty both on and off campus. Bryan students can also borrow materials from almost any library in the country through the college's interlibrary loan program.

Health & Safety

A student may not complete registration until proof of adequate health insurance has been established. This insurance may be provided as part of a parentís health program or may be purchased privately at the time of registration through an approved commercial carrier provided by the college. Residence students should promptly report any illness or accident to their Resident Assistant or Resident Director. The Bryan Polyclinic, located in the Rankin Center, is a medical clinic contracted by the college to provide health services. The staff includes physicians, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, certified athletic trainers, insurance specialists, and multiple support personnel. They provide full primary care, urgent care and sports medicine services.

Students

Students come from over 40 states and 7 countries, with roughly one-third from private or Christian schools, another third from public schools, and the final third from home schools. There's plenty of diversity within the unity of our community. The mix of student-led clubs at Bryan varies from year-to-year and reflects the interests represented in the student body. There were 12 organizations in 2010.

Location

Attendance at establishments such as bars, nightclubs, dance clubs, casinos, and other similar establishments, whose primary activities include practices that are prohibited by the college, is not permitted. For help in determining whether a particular activity or club is within the college guidelines, students should consult with their Resident Director or the Assistant Dean of Community Life. As in other areas, students who fail to show mature judgment in this area may be subject to disciplinary measures.

Alumni & Post-Grad

Bryan Alumni Office mission is to encourage alumni to become steadfast in Christ as they continue to make a difference in today's world. These resources are here to assist former students in staying connected with their alma mater and former classmates. The College is represented by thousands of alumni all over the world who are vibrant examples of those who live out Bryan's mission of educating students to become servants of Christ to make a difference in today's world.

Jobs & Internship

Students enrolled at Bryan College are permitted to hold off-campus jobs where the activities involve do not violate Biblical standards or those of Bryan College. Employment at businesses where alcoholic beverages are served cannot be accepted without the approval of the Dean of Community Life. Students must notify the Dean of Community Life of such employment. While approval may be granted, under no circumstances will a student be allowed to serve alcohol. Bryan College staff encourages students to pursue experiential learning in the form of internships. Most often this means participating in a substantive work experience that is combined with structured and supervised learning activities. The purpose is to promote critical thinking, development of skills, and personal and professional growth. The process of applying the classroom education to the work environment is facilitated by the Bryan Business Departmentís internship program. This program permits students to begin working in a business environment while still enrolled in the college. The benefit of such a program is that students are able to apply the knowledge they learn in the classroom before graduation.


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