Our Academic Programs
Graduate and Professional Programs
Including Computer Science and IT, Data Analytics, Communications, Public Administration, Project Management, and Sports/Esports Administration.
Undergraduate Degree Completion Programs
Find your path forward with our bachelor’s degree completion programs for working professionals.
Clark University is truly a global institution, granting undergraduate, graduate, and professional degrees to international students at branch campuses and partner schools around the world. We provide the tools and experience to prepare all of our students — both in the US and abroad — to be successful leaders in the increasingly globalized workplace.
A Focus on Your Career
Our students notice the difference. Personal advising and lifetime career support. Connections to experiential learning and a global alumni network.
Clark has a vibrant and diverse student body, and welcomes students from more than 50 countries. As an international graduate student, you will be warmly welcomed by our close-knit community, and supported by the many resources and programs available to help our international students acclimate to life in the U.S. and on campus.
Clark University administers two Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration H1B funded workforce grants. Tech Quest is a Scaling Apprenticeships through Sector Based Strategies initiative, funded at $12M. TechBoost is a One Workforce project and is funded at $10M.
What's New in Professional Studies
COVID Cohort earned MPA-SL degrees during pandemic
Degree prepares grads for municipal and nonprofit leadership roles.
SPS recognizes student and faculty award winners
Outstanding students and faculty honored for their efforts
Worcester’s Che Anderson benefits from real-world experience of Clark’s MPA-SL program
Unique leadership program is opening doors locally and beyond.
Clark University receives $10 million grant from the U.S. Department of Labor for workforce training
Grant establishes collaborative partnership providing IT training
Faculty Who are Practitioners in Their Field
Gain practical experience in small classes taught by industry-connected faculty.
School of Professional Studies
Graduate Admissions Office
950 Main Street
Worcester, MA 01610-1477
9 a.m. – 6:30 p.m., Monday – Thursday
9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., Friday