The Places You Can Go with a Graduate Degree in Communication

If you’re weighing the value of a graduate program in Communication, it’s important to consider your return on investment: what you will be able to do, and how much you can earn, when graduation day rolls around. The good news is: every employer in the world can use skilled communicators who possess an advanced degree, and these opportunities often lead to higher salaries and greater responsibility.

International Students Describe Their Experiences at Bryant

The experience of being an international student in the U.S. can feel challenging at first. But as these four Bryant University graduate students describe, it may turn out to be one of the most exciting and rewarding experiences of your lifetime.

"Making friends here at Bryant MBA was not that hard. At first, I thought it would be difficult because all the classmates looked very serious and professional. But it turns out many of them are very friendly and engaging. I did not expect to get to know an entire class in one day. Guess what, it happened!"

Interpersonal Communication: The Hidden Danger of Mobile Phones

There are many areas of study and career focus within the field of Communication(s). One popular realm is Interpersonal Communication, a strength of the Bryant graduate program. Here's an interesting cell phone research study that's relevant for all of us.

By now most of us have heard that certain of our cell phones can explode or catch on fire without warning.  But even after trading in our combustible model, we still may not be totally free from danger…relational danger, that is.  A study by Interpersonal Communication researchers suggests that the mere presence of a cell phone when two people are having a conversation can have negative effects on their relationship.

Director of New Applied Economics Program Unveils Economic Impact Study for Quonset

The study, conducted by Dr. Edinaldo Tebaldi of Bryant University, shows that Quonset supported more than 21,000 full-time equivalent (FTE) jobs or 1 out of every 23 jobs in Rhode Island. Quonset also produced $2.85 billion in economic output, $1.26 billion in labor income, and $113.1 million in tax revenues in the Ocean State.