One of the reasons why Clarkson's David D. Reh School of Business is lauded as one of the best business schools in the nation is because we are different—in a good way. Our undergraduate business programs and graduate business programs stand out because we design curricula and experiences outside the classroom in partnership with business leaders and proven entrepreneurs, to meet the targeted needs of the world's most innovative companies.
These companies seek students who can ignite ideas across people and fields, and lead across the traditional boundaries of marketing, economics, finance, accounting, human resources, international relations and organizational communications. Students who bring solid business know-how with insight into engineering, global supply chain management, financial analysis, data analytics, information systems and more.
That’s exactly the type of career-launching business education you will receive at Clarkson. You will graduate with the confidence and resume that show you have the mindset, skillset and experience needed for outstanding career opportunities. And it's those unparalleled career placement rates (97% in your chosen field) and great starting salaries that also drive national recognition of the Reh School of Business.
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:
- Business Intelligence & Data Analytics (technology, management and operations)
- Financial Information & Analysis (finance, accounting, technology and economics)
- Global Supply Chain Management (operations, marketing, technology, and economics)
- Innovation & Entrepreneurship (marketing, management, technology and economics)
- Mathematical Economics (mathematics, economics)
Students looking to combine an understanding of business, engineering and technology concepts can enter into our highly unique interdisciplinary program in:
- Engineering & Management (management, engineering, science and technology)
Learn more about our Business Studies program, Global Business Programs, related minors, concentrations and professional advising tracks, and internships and co-op opportunities.
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:
- Business Administration, 1-Year MBA
- Business Administration, Online MBA
- Business, Advanced Certificates
- Clinical Leadership, MS
- Healthcare Data Analytics, MS
- Healthcare Management, MBA
- Supply Chain Management, MS
These programs are offered in a variety of delivery methods, including onsite, online and hybrid, as well as in several locations, including our Potsdam, Capital Region and Beacon, New York, 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.
Connor Bayly, BS Financial Information and Analysis
The Clarkson University David D. Reh School of Business has maintained its business accreditation by AACSB International -- the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.
AACSB Accreditation is the hallmark of excellence in business education and has been earned by fewer than five percent of the world's business programs. Today, there are only 862 business schools in 56 countries and territories that maintain AACSB Accreditation.
U.S. News & World Report has ranked Clarkson University's online MBA program as one of the top-100 in the nation.
The report also ranked Clarkson's Reh School of Business in the top-70 best online business graduate programs (non-MBA) in the nation for 2020.
*Healthcare MBA program is the only program that is accredited by both AACSB and CAHME