Does your company have problems, challenges, or opportunities that need to be addressed, but not enough time or people to work on addressing them? Let our Bryan School students help!
As part of a for-credit class, an individual student or a team of students will work on a specific business challenge or opportunity, and through their research will identify a solution(s) and present their findings to you. For organizations with a problem to solve, this is a unique way to benefit from Bryan School talent. This is also a great way to identify talent that you might want to recruit into your organization for an internship or full-time position.
Typically these projects take place during the fall and/or spring semesters, and prior planning is required because projects may be selected up to 3-6 prior to the start of the course. A project application may be required to be considered for some courses.
Currently projects are completed by graduate students in the MBA and M.S. in Information Technology and Management programs, as well as in undergraduate courses in information systems, marketing, and entrepreneurship. More courses will be added in the future.
For a sample list of MBA projects that have been completed, click here.
If you’re interested in learning more about project opportunities with the Bryan School, contact the Office of Research at firstname.lastname@example.org or 336-334-5338.