Clarkson University BS+MBA

SUNY Canton’s bachelor’s degree in Management is now connected with the Master of Business Administration (MBA) program at Clarkson University, Potsdam. The Clarkson MBA is particularly well suited to the needs of graduates who have not had previous education in management or business. However, most MBA programs available today require several years of full-time study for such individuals. Normally, the first year of full-time study involves accelerated coverage of essentially undergraduate material. The One Year MBA program at Clarkson is exceptional because it provides guidance to prospective students in selecting the equivalent first-year courses prior to completing their undergraduate degree programs. In this way, an individual can complete work for the One Year MBA degree at Clarkson University in only one academic year (nine months) of additional study. 

4+1 program with Clarkson University - Earn a bachelor's and a master's

Admissions Requirements

Any SUNY Canton Healthcare Management graduate who at the time of admission to Clarkson’s Management MBA has a GPA of at least 3.0 and a GMAT score of at least 550 will be automatically admitted contingent upon graduation. Students with the 3.4 GPA are except from GMAT. Students should apply as soon as they complete the third year of undergraduate study. The agreement provides students an accelerated admissions process as well as exclusive scholarship opportunities.

The program is typically 2 years. However, Management students have the ability to reduce their program with course waivers that can be achieved through SUNY Canton:

Clarkson University MBA Core Courses

SUNY Canton Undergraduate Courses

AC 201 and AC 202) or AC 205
(Financial and Managerial Accounting)

ACCT 101 Foundations of Financial Accounting and ACCT 102 Foundations of Managerial Accounting

EC 150 and EC 151
(Microeconomics and Macroeconomics)

ECON 102 Macroeconomics and ECON 103 Microeconomics

FN 361 Corporate Finance

FSMA 210 Intro to Finance

OM 331 Operations/Production Management

BSAD 400 Operations Management 

IS 110, IS 200, or IS 211 Computer Applications

CITA 110 Intro to Information Technology

MA 382 Statistics

MATH 141 Statistics

LW 270 Business Law

BSAD 201 Business Law I

OS 286 Organizational Behavior

BSAD 301 Principles of Management

MK 320 Principles of Marketing

BSAD 203 Marketing

Business Department Director
Nick Kocher
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