March 7, 2017 – Bryan College was recently named in two national rankings conducted by BestValueSchools.com. These included No. 4 “20 Best Value Small Colleges for a Christian Studies Degree” and No. 9 “Best Value Small Colleges for a Business Administration Degree.”
“We are appreciative of the recognition of Bryan’s Department of Business & Economics on a national scale,” said Dr. Adina Scruggs, Associate Professor of Business. “Our Business Advisory Board has been instrumental in broadening our course offerings and strengthening the robustness of a Bryan College business degree.”
From the article “20 Best Value Small Colleges for a Christian Studies Degree”
Bryan College’s motto, “Christ above all,” succinctly summarizes the very qualities that make it a top small college for Christian studies majors. Within the Christian Studies program itself, students can choose from a straightforward theology program (the Bible Option), a ministry program (the Ministry Option), and a liberal studies program (the Philosophy and Culture Option). Although the upper-level coursework is distinct in each program, all three share a solid foundation of general studies and scripture-based classes. Outside the classroom you’ll find boundless opportunities for spiritual engagement and service learning – not least of which is Devotion, a traveling worship team that brings music, prayer, and testimony to communities around the state.
From the article “30 Best Value Small Colleges for a Business Administration Degree”
For students of faith who are looking to enter the corporate world, there are few better places to earn an affordable undergraduate business degree than Bryan College at Dayton. Bryan’s BS in Business Administration integrates Christian values with principles of economics, management, finance, and more to provide a truly well-rounded education at a fair price. Classes like “Advertising and Promotion,” “Managerial Economics,” and “Principles of Investing” are just a few of the opportunities undergraduates at Bryan will have to examine the principles of the free market through a Biblical lens.
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