Graduate students applying to Clarkson University’s David D. Reh School of Business programs over the next year won’t have to submit their test scores.
The Reh School of Business Office of Graduate Business Programs announced today that they will waive its standardized test requirement (GMAT/GRE, etc.) for admissions effective immediately until December 31, 2022.
In the spring of 2020, Clarkson implemented a “test-optional” policy for fall 2021 undergraduate admissions, due to COVID-19.
“We want to ensure that everyone has access to our programs and we continue to support the goals of the students and working professionals we serve,” said Josh LaFave, Director of the Graduate Business Programs for Clarkson’s David D. Reh School. “Aside from this, we have made some additional changes to our application requirements to further streamline the process and save time for our applicants. For additional information, visit https://www.clarkson.edu/graduate-admissions/reh-business-requirements,” LaFave said.
These changes are for the immediate entry into any of the following programs:
Residential MBA (Flexible One - Two Year program)
MS, Supply Chain Management
MS, Healthcare Data Analytics
MS, Clinical Leadership
The Reh School develops business leaders who combine business acumen, analytical thinking, technical expertise, and a global perspective to benefit business and society. Its hands-on approach to business education is accredited by AACSB and has a proven track record of success; Reh School graduates enjoy placement rates, starting salaries, and career mobility that are among the best in the nation.