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Academic and Student Services manages all academic advising, planning, registration and administration for current students. Advisers are a resource for current students to assist with proper course selection and answer questions regarding a program’s curriculum.

NEW!  Summer Learning & Skill Enhancement Resources
School of Business staff and faculty have put together a Summer Learning Resource list for students to utilize during the summer break. It contains a vast amount of free and low-cost ways that students can do to continue to learn and grow professional skills.

Remote Access Resource Guide
School of Business staff have put together this Remote Access Resource Guide for students to utilize during their learning online. It contains information on academic and career support, as well as fun things to do locally and remotely.

Academic Advisers by Program: 
When needed, contact your adviser by email or phone to schedule a meeting.

Undergraduates; Accelerated 5th-Year; MBA/MSF Dual-Degree; MBA/MSA Dual-Degree; MS-Marketing; MS-Marketing Analytics
Laura Burgess
Carlson Hall, Room 229

Full- and part-time MBA and MSM students
Meredith Galena
Carlson Hall

MSF, MSA, MSBA, and MS-Accounting Analytics
Carissa Leung
Carlson Hall

School of Business Course Schedules

The most up-to-date course schedules can be found on the Registrar’s web page.

Internship and OPT Information

MBA, MSF, and MSA students must complete a qualifying internship in order to graduate; these required internships are not eligible for academic credit. MSBA students are not required to complete an internship, but may complete an internship for credit if they wish. After receiving an internship offer, a student should follow these steps:

  1. Request approval in Handshake.
    • Log into Handshake using Clark credentials.
    • Click “Career Center”.
    • Click “Experiences”.
    • Click “Request an Experience”.
    • Complete the form.
    • Click the green “Request Experience” button.
    • Upload offer letter on the next screen.
  2. Apply for CPT through the ISSO portal.
  3. For MSBA students only… contact academic advisor in School of Business to register for internship course.

Wait to receive I-20 before starting the internship. ISSO cannot backdate CPT applications. International students may not legally work at an internship, even an unpaid internship, without a new I-20 authorizing CPT.

Clark’s School of Business issues an updated Academic Policies Manual each year. Current students are expected to follow the policies and rules that govern the students, faculty and staff at the School of Business. Please refer to this manual for information on academic integrity, health insurance, program and graduation requirements, career services, the grading system and more.

School of Business Academic Policies & Procedures

Beta Gamma Sigma international honor society comprises students and scholars from business programs accredited by the AACSB International. Each spring, the School of Business celebrates the academic achievement of its top performing students with an induction ceremony and reception. Students from each of the School of Business graduate programs are eligible for consideration. The deadline for determination of who will be inducted is during the Spring Semester after Module A grades are posted. Students must meet the following criteria:

  • In final semester of degree program (or finished in the fall semester or previous summer).
  • Registered for all their remaining courses.
  • In good financial standing (zero account balance).
  • Have a cumulative GPA in the top 20% for M.B.A, M.S. in Accounting, M.S. in Business Analytics, M.S. in Finance, or M.S. in Management degree, or in the top 10% for the undergraduate management major.
  • Have no violations of academic integrity policies.

These students will be invited to join the Beta Gamma Sigma honors society. Students who are on this list for invitation will NOT have any incomplete grades and will have fulfilled all of the degree requirements for their program by the end of the semester.

Breaches of the University’s Graduate Student Code of Conduct will not be tolerated. Students are expected to know University policies regarding academic dishonesty (e.g., plagiarism, cheating).

School of Business Code of Conduct

A Stevenish Career Management Center course of career tutorials, alumni videos, and other resources that educate and prepare student to enter their first professional position.

Access the Canvas Career Training Library here.

Degree Requirement Checksheets

Undergraduate Programs

School of Business students may travel outside of the United States to gain hands-on experience addressing global business issues through one of Clark’s Global Programs described below. Students hoping to take part in one of these programs should first speak to their academic adviser.

Global Business Seminar

Global Business Seminar is an experiential course that includes a week-long trip to an international center of commerce, where students learn about business, economic and cultural environments in the country of study. While abroad, students are taught by Clark faculty, resident business executives, and guest lecturers. Site visits at select international companies may occur and help cohere the lectures, readings and discussions that precede the exciting and busy week abroad. Past Global Business Seminars have included trips to Norway, Amsterdam, Greece, Argentina, France, South Korea, and China. Please contact your academic adviser for more information and to determine your eligibility for the course.

Pantheon Sorbonne Exchange Program

Panthéon Sorbonne is the largest institution in France and is dedicated to the study of literature, languages, civilizations, arts, humanities and social sciences. The Clark’s School of Business exchange program allows students in the MBA or Master’s in Management programs to study abroad for a semester or full year. There are two options, based on student interest and French language skills.

Interested students must pass entrance requirements. Tuition and fees are paid at the home university and are not required at the exchange university. Students participating in the exchange programs are responsible for funding their travel, accommodations and other expenses. Please see your academic adviser for more information and to determine your eligibility for the program.

Linnaeus University, Sweden

Take a course at the famous Linnaeus University in Sweden. Located in Växjö, Linneaus offers School of Business students business courses in management and economics.

Interested students must meet certain requirements. Students participating in the exchange programs are responsible for any additional tuition or fees, travel, accommodations and other expenses. Please see your academic adviser for more information to determine your eligibility for the program.

The School of Business has been involved in initiatives surrounding Assurance of Learning for a number of years. The purpose of our initiatives is to conduct student learning assessment at the program level in all academic degree programs.

Please see our dedicated Assurance of Learning page for additional information and program-specific learning goals. 

Contact Information

School of Business

Office Location
  • 950 Main Street
    Worcester, MA 01610

    The School of Business is located in Carlson Hall, close to the Maywood Street parking lot.

  • Telephone: 1-508-793-7543
  • Fax: 1-508-793-8822