Tag: Graduate School

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Journey of a Clarkson MBA Student – Matthew Craw

Matthew Craw earned his undergraduate degree at Clarkson and is now pursuing a Clarkson MBA. He explains what that journey has been like so far: Q: Matt, you joined the Clarkson MBA program right after completing your undergraduate program, what did you study? A: I have a Computer Science BS with Honors from Clarkson University, …

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Advance Your Career with Our MS in Supply Chain Management (SCM)

Clarkson’s undergraduate degree in global supply chain management (GSCM) has been ranked among the top 20 programs in the country by U.S. News & World Report for 16 years. Building on this strong track record, we’ve expanded our program this summer, offering New York state’s first online master’s in supply chain management, with the goal …

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Reh School of Business Waives GMAT/GRE Requirement for 2020-2021

The Reh School of Business is waiving its requirement for GMAT or GRE scores temporarily for all applicants seeking to start their graduate business degree in the summer 2020 quarter, fall 2020 semester/quarter, winter 2021 quarter or spring 2021 semester/quarter; and permanently for Clarkson undergraduate students who who have a cumulative GPA of 3.3 or …

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Data Science Vs. Data Analytics: Understanding the Differences

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Crossing both disciples and industries, the world of using and understanding big data has vast potential for anyone considering a career in the field. As great as that potential is, however, it’s important to understand the multiple approaches to data studies in order to determine which is right for you.  Defining Our Terms In the …

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Making Your Case for Tuition Assistance

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More than half of U.S. employers offer tuition reimbursement as an employee benefit, according to the Society for Human Resource Management’s 2019 Employee Benefits Survey. If your employer is in this group, this is a great way for you to advance your education and career, often at considerable savings. It’s an excellent opportunity that, if …

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Time for a Change? How to Make a Career Pivot

You’ve given it a lot of thought and you’ve reached a decision: You’re ready for a career change. But how do you make that happen? First, take some time to reflect on where you’ve been, where you’re headed and why you’re looking to make a change. Begin by identifying the source(s) of your dissatisfaction: Are …

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Capitalizing on Your Strengths at Every Stage of Your Career

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What are your strengths? It’s a question you can expect during almost any job interview. It’s also something you should ask yourself periodically, even if you’re not considering a job or career change. By identifying the types of tasks you excel at and enjoy doing, you’ll have an easier time building a successful, fulfilling career. …

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6 Ways to Position Yourself for a Promotion

No matter how much you like your job, chances are a time will come when you want more. Adding responsibilities, challenges, and the accompanying income and stature is the natural next step in your career. But how do you make it happen? Here are six tips to position yourself for a promotion. Be a team …

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Requesting Letters of Recommendation for Grad School

If you’re applying to graduate school, you’ll most likely need to include a few letters of recommendation in your application. Gathering these letters can be a source of anxiety for applicants who are unsure whom exactly they should ask to write them and how to go about asking for them. Here are some tips on …

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Navigating Your Career Path

Whether you’re in business or engineering, healthcare or education, or virtually any other field, the landscape is constantly changing. The good news is that change can be exciting. In fact, it often brings the types of opportunities that Clarkson graduates have a reputation for seizing and solving. Change also often prompts some self-reflection about your …