Bentley is a national leader in business education, blending the breadth and technological strength of a large university with the values and student focus of a small college. Bentley educates students and generates new knowledge by uniting the rigor, relevance, creativity and intellectual dynamics of business and the liberal arts. At the McCallum Graduate School, a broad array of offerings, including PhDs in Business and Accountancy, Day and Evening MBA, Master of Science and certificate programs, emphasize the impact of technology on business practice. We seek distinction by:- emphasizing in our curricula and research those fields of knowledge emerging at the intersection of business and the liberal arts, such as,- Business and information technology,- Ethics and social responsibility,- Global commerce and culture;-Continuing to lead in the integration of information technology into business education;- engaging in pedagogy that emphasizes student-centered learning and field-based experiences firmly grounded in theory;- Developing and supporting a faculty that embraces cross-disciplinary endeavors while immersed in the primary disciplines of business and liberal arts; -Refreshing our curricula and disseminating new knowledge by undertaking leading-edge applied research, often in partnership with external organizations;-Continuously improving a sophisticated technology and associated support infrastructure;-Encouraging ethical and socially responsible behavior, and intellectual, social and cultural diversity, in every dimension of institutional life;- Promoting a culture of engagement, and responsiveness to change, in the worlds of professional, political and social practice, both on and off campus.The McCallum Graduate School prepares students for careers in services-oriented, information-intensive professions. We do so by offering:- A distinctive array of MS programs, each offering the depth, sophistication and orientation to emerging practice necessary to launch and advance careers in the knowledge-based service professions;- An MBA designed to educate leaders of knowledge-based service professions, emphasizing the impact of IT on business practice, and the integration of business processes across functional disciplines; - A school-wide emphasis on ethics and social responsibility;-Extensive opportunities to interact with the business community through field-based coursework, consulting projects, work experiences and career advising.
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