Transform your career with a world-class business degree
Business leaders today must embrace a new type of leadership where ethics, corporate responsibility, sustainability, and social innovation are essential for success. So the Clark MBA does more than deliver core competencies in accounting, management, marketing, finance, and analytics. We prepare students to who can meet the demand for socially-conscious business practices.
Through classroom and experiential learning, you will learn by doing, and benefit from a broad range of perspectives and acquire leadership qualities that are in demand. And you will translate your academic insights into real-world practice through student projects and internships that build confidence as well as your resume.
We value your professional work experience. If you have spent three or more years in a managerial position, you may be eligible for a course waiver, allowing you to earn your Clark MBA faster.
Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) degrees are in tremendous demand across most major industries in the United States. If you graduate with a STEM-designated degree, which includes our MBA with concentrations in finance or analytics, you may be eligible to remain in this country for up to 36 months on Optional Practical Training (OPT).
Clark’s MBA allows you to complete the program at your own pace by choosing either full- or part-time enrollment status and beginning in either Spring, Summer (online only), or Fall. A choice of seven distinct concentrations allows you to tailor your experience to fit your needs and interests.
We value your professional work experience. Students with sufficient experience as a manager in a professional position may be eligible for a course waiver, allowing mid-level professionals to advance quickly. Successful completion of an undergraduate or graduate course in economics is required prior to starting the program.
For students who have applied for and been accepted to the Professional Track (worked for three or more years in a professional position with managerial experience), the MBA program differs in the following ways:
12 course units
Relevant. Challenging. Transformative.
Zhenyang (David) Tang
Visiting Assistant Professor
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