Engineering. Our undergraduate engineering programs prepare students for tomorrow's challenges in two distinctive ways. First, our curriculum is team-based and interdisciplinary, just like today's workplace. Since engineers don't work in isolation, we don't believe they should learn in isolation either. Second, we emphasize the development of technology that serves humanity. We don't pursue engineering for the sake of engineering. We encourage students to consider the social consequences of projects by looking at the economics, ethics and environmental impact of every engineering decision.
Some of our engineering programs include Aeronautical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Engineering, Engineering & Management, Environmental Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Software Engineering, Sustainable Energy Systems Engineering, and Electrical Engineering among many others.
Business.The Clarkson School of Business is different -- and that's the way we like it. Our undergraduate business majors stand out because they are designed to meet the targeted needs of the world's most innovative companies. These companies seek out employees who can think across traditional boundaries, merging solid business know-how with insight into engineering, global supply chain management, information systems and more.
Business Programs at The Clarkson School include Financial Information and Analysis, Global Supply Chain Management, Information Systems and Business Processes, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Information Technology and Global Supply Chain Management.
Arts and Science. The School of Arts & Sciences puts our students ahead of traditional liberal arts school graduates. When you learn in an entrepreneurial, technologically rich environment like Clarkson, you are better suited for the challenges of today's fast-paced world and you begin your next career steps with a much broader background and network of peers. With more than 85 faculty, Clarkson's School of Arts & Sciences enrolls more than 500 undergraduates in more than a dozen degree programs leading to bachelor of science degrees. Because the world desperately needs well-rounded thinkers who understand the vital, vibrant links that begin with the arts and sciences, we'll help you connect the dots between disciplines.
Some majors offered in The School of Arts and Sciences include American Studies, Applied Mathematics and Statistics, Biology, Biomolecular Science, Chemistry, Communication, Computer Science, Digital Arts & Sciences, Environmental Majors, Humanities, and Physics among many others.
Special Advising Programs
The Clarkson School also offers advising in the following areas: Honors, Pre-Dentistry, Pre-Law, Pre-Medicine, Pre-Physical Therapy, Pre-Veterinary, and ROTC.