About the Clark University School of Management
The Clark University School of Management (SOM) is a global leader in innovative business education. For more than 40 years, the SOM has embodied its mission to develop a diverse community of learners into leaders who think analytically, manage collaboratively, and contribute to their organizations and society.
The SOM is known for its combination of rigorous academic study and theoretically sound experiential learning. Students gain lifelong management strategies that facilitate growth and sustainability while heeding socially responsible and ethical practices. As a business school grounded in the traditions of a liberal arts institution, we value critical thinking and are willing to challenge “business as usual.”
Our AACSB-accredited business school offers graduate programs in management, accounting, analytics, marketing, and finance. Working professionals and full-time students are welcome.
The SOM is AACSB accredited, joining an exclusive group that only includes 5% of all business programs worldwide.
The SOM has been a signatory of the United Nations’ Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) initiative for more than a decade. This signals our commitment to fostering sustainable social, economic, and environmental change.
World’s Best Small Universities
(Times Higher Education)
Best Value Schools
(U.S. News & World Report)
for Environmental sustainability and Social Impact
On the Princeton Review’s “Best Business Schools,” “Green Colleges,” “Best Value Colleges,” and “Best Northeastern Colleges” lists
About Clark University
Clark University prepares students to meet the challenges of a complex and rapidly changing society. For more than 130 years, Clark has fostered a commitment to excellence in studying traditional academic disciplines, as well as innovation in exploring questions that cross disciplinary boundaries. The free pursuit of inquiry and the free exchange of ideas are central to that commitment.
Clark’s intimate academic setting and tradition of “elbow teaching” provide many opportunities for students to pursue knowledge through participation. High expectations, as well as easy access to the scholar-teacher faculty, encourage students to become autonomous learners.
Our community brings together creative, passionate, and intellectually engaged students from all over the globe. They share one thing in common: They can imagine a better world — and then seek to create it.