Tag: Residential MBA

Undergrad

College Selection & Success Tips from a Biomolecular Science and MBA Clarkson Alumna

Hi readers! My name is Jennifer Karekos ’14, MBA ’15, and I attended college at the Clarkson University for both my Bachelor’s degree in Biomolecular Science and the residential, one-year Masters in Business Administration (MBA). Currently, I am the Associate Director of Program Management at Akron Biotech in Boca Raton, Florida. I oversee project management …

Grad

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 …

Grad

Graduate Programs that Match Your Goals and Schedule

Clarkson’s graduate programs are designed specifically for today’s students. You can earn a master’s degree in a high-demand field—business, engineering, data analytics, healthcare administration and more—on a schedule that works for you. Depending on the program, options include full and part time study and on campus, online and hybrid (a combination of on campus and …

Grad

How a Supportive Staff Impacted My MBA Experience

By Isaac BecksteadStudent in residential MBA program Since I have started Clarkson University’s MBA program, I have found that the staff is what truly makes the program great. There is no doubt: The one-year MBA is tough. Graduate school is a huge step in your life. It gets very stressful and puts students to the …

Grad

A Dual Degree Perspective

By Stephen Lewis  Current student in residential MBA and Data Analytics master’s programs Coming from a small high school in Potsdam, N.Y., and then attending SUNY Potsdam, I was looking for a graduate school with reputable programs, small program sizes and the possibility of joining clubs. Luckily enough for me, I didn’t have to look …