Defying Convention and Educating Leaders
Clarkson’s undergraduate School of Business programs are truly distinctive. Each of our majors integrates two or more business, engineering and technical disciplines to create a dynamic, career-ready degree:
Engineering & Management (management, engineering, science and technology)
Financial Information & Analysis (finance, accounting, technology and economics)
Global Supply Chain Management (operations, marketing, technology, and economics)
Information Systems & Business Processes (technology, management and operations)
Innovation & Entrepreneurship (marketing, management, technology and economics)
Launch a Business Your Freshman Year
Welcome to “Entrepreneurship and Business Innovation I & II,” Clarkson’s crash courses in running your own business. During the first two semesters of your freshman year, you will work in groups to develop a business concept, formulate a business plan, pitch to live investors, and open (and sometimes close) a real business. For Engineering & Management majors, you’re first-year experience includes researching, developing, building and marketing a real product.
Build a Solid Business Foundation
Each of our interdisciplinary majors is built on a required set of business courses called the core curriculum. All students will gain experience with:
• micro and macroeconomics
• information systems
• law and ethics
• operations and supply chain management
• accounting and financial management
• human resource management
• organizational strategy
Get Professional Experience
Experience is the greatest teacher. That’s why nearly all of our undergraduate business students are required to participate in an approved professional experience before graduation. You will work closely with the Career Center to identify co-op and internship opportunities that match your career interests, or you can develop an independent project with a community business partner.
Focus Your Studies
As your career goals and interests evolve, you can choose to pursue a minor, a business or engineering concentration, or explore pre-professional tracks like law or medicine. That kind of flexibility is built into the business school curriculum.
Learn about the Clarkson difference, schedule a visit, meet our faculty, or apply now.