Undergraduate Business Programs

Designed in partnership with industry leaders, each of our undergraduate business majors blends two or more disciplines to build a highly effective and dynamic degree. All of our students, with the exception of Engineering and Management majors, start in the Reh School of Business as Business Studies majors, giving them the time and opportunity to experience a broad range of business disciplines before deciding on one of five majors:

Students looking to combine an understanding of business, engineering and technology concepts can enter into our highly unique interdisciplinary program in:

Learn more about our Business Studies program, Global Business Programs, related minors, concentrations and professional advising tracks, and internships and co-op opportunities

Undergraduate Fact Sheet

Graduate & Executive Business Programs

Business Graduate Programs at Clarkson are powered by the same interdisciplinary spirit as our blended undergraduate programs, merging the best practices of business management with a global, sustainable, technology-driven perspective:

These programs are offered in a variety of delivery methods, including onsite, online and hybrid, as well as in several locations, including our Potsdam and Capital Region campuses. 

See our Global Supply Chain Management newsletter, “Linkages,” to learn more about faculty research, alumni success, and students’ experiential projects in the supply chain industry.

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Meet the Dean

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It is my pleasure to welcome you to the David D. Reh School of Business website. While we have probably not met before, I already know a few things about you.

You have an inquisitive mind and you are driven by a strong desire to make a difference in the world, be it as an entrepreneur who revolutionizes an industry, the CEO of a multinational corporation, or as the leader of a team developing artificial intelligence systems. That desire led you to consider a business education in a prestigious university. 

You are only considering business schools accredited by AACSB, the most prestigious accrediting body for business programs in the world. You want a program that combines hands-on business and entrepreneurship experience, a rigorous curriculum, a strong interdisciplinary and global focus, and a proven record of career success of its graduates. You value close interactions with faculty and a diverse and respectful academic environment. All of these aspects, and likely others, made you realize that the David D. Reh School of Business may be the next step to realize your dreams. Of course, given your inquisitive nature, you want to learn more.

I invite you to explore our website to learn more about our programs, the Reh educational experience, our alumni, as well as our faculty and the impactful research that they conduct.

Dr. Diego C. Nocetti, Dean

Research Projects

Explore research happening in the Reh School of Business as our faculty members stay on top of some of the most pressing and interesting issues of the day – from supply chain management to game theory. Students are often part of the projects, too. Visit the Reh School of Business Research page for a list of projects as well as a list of faculty publications.

"While Clarkson has an outstanding reputation for engineering, the  Reh School of Business is also noted for its excellence. I was able to start a business in my freshman year and take a variety of courses that diversified my skill sets in all aspects of business — marketing, supply chain, information systems, finance and so much more. The opportunities for learning never stop; I even decided to push back my graduation date in order to go on co-op for a year. The experience will be well worth it."

Connor Bayly, BS Financial Information and Analysis

Connor Bayly

Department Spotlights

Clarkson University McNair Program Awarded $1.3 Million by U.S. Department of Education


The U.S. Department of Education has awarded Clarkson University its seventh Ronald E. McNair Post-baccalaureate Achievement grant. The award will total $1.3 million over five years. Read more on the Ronald E. McNair grant.

Clarkson University Hosting 20th Supply Chain Management Executive Seminar


Clarkson University’s Supply Chain Management program is hosting its 20th annual Executive Seminar, delivering state-of-the-art education to corporate professionals. This year marks the first live online version of the seminar. The sessions are designed for executives, directors, managers and consultants who are interested in learning leading-edge trends and hands-on approaches to solving critical supply chain issues. Read more on the Annual Executive Seminar.


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*Healthcare MBA program is the only program in the Reh School that is accredited by both AACSB and CAHME