For more than 100 years, Bentley University has been a national leader in business education.
At Bentley, we master technology, and think ethically. We study all of business, from the basics of accounting, finance and management, through its interaction with the arts and sciences. Here, tomorrow’s innovators, trend setters, and captains of industry hone the skills and experience they’ll use to change the world.
Earn a degree that fits your passions, with the business background and dynamic communication and critical-thinking skills today’s innovative organizations crave. You’ll learn in state-of-the-art innovation labs, with a student-to-faculty ratio that ensures you’ll develop meaningful connections with your professors and fellow students. And, with the help of our nationally ranked Career Services office, you’ll graduate prepared for a lifetime of doing what you love.
The McCallum Graduate School of Business gives you the market-tested curriculum and hands-on experience you need to launch, advance or transform your career. Get your MBA online or in-person, or choose from Master of Science programs in exciting, high-growth fields that span nearly every business discipline.
The Bentley PhD is a fresh look at doctoral study, designed to meet the growing worldwide demand for business experts in academia. Through applied, real-world research and a critical examination of your personal areas of interest, you’ll join a new generation of scholar/practitioners who combine teaching and publishing experience with a focus on business, technology and society.
Keeping up in today’s fast-moving global business world means if you’re not learning, you’re losing. That’s why our Executive Education programs are designed to give managers and executives the tools and understanding they need to succeed. Bentley offers programs aimed at popular professional development topics, as well as custom programs tailored to your organization’s specific needs.
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On any given day, roughly 1,300 Americans develop Alzheimer’s, a degenerative brain disease characterized by memory loss, personality changes and dementia. With more than 5.8 million Americans currently living with the disease, Alzheimer’s now ranks as the sixth-leading cause of death in the nation — and the only one without a definitive way to prevent or stop its progression. Professor Mingfei Li was awarded an NIH grant to analyze data about this disease.
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Our academic centers enrich students with resources and thought leadership in arts, ethics, international education and service opportunities. Learn more about our centers and their unique contributions to the academic experience at Bentley.
Outstanding Scholarly Contribution Awards
The annual Outstanding Scholarly Contribution awards recognize faculty members for significant academic achievements made in their fields within the past three calendar years. Honorees are nominated by members of the Bentley community and chosen by fellow faculty members on the Teaching and Scholarly Activities Committee. Click here to see the award's newest recipients.