Bentley educates students and generates new knowledge by uniting the rigor, relevance, creativity and intellectual dynamics of business and the liberal arts.
We seek distinction by:
- emphasizing in our curricula and research those fields of knowledge emerging at the intersection of business and the liberal arts;
- 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;
- ensuring 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.
Bentley's McCallum Graduate School of Business:
- provides the most advanced business education possible
- integrates information technology into course content and delivery
- enrolls about 1,300 graduate students and is located 10 miles west of Boston