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The Clemson MBA Program

MBA Your Way

MBA Your Way

Clemson’s Master of Business Administration offers multiple ways to earn your degree.

Each student is unique, so our admissions counselors take your undergraduate background, work experience and individual goals into account to recommend a course of study that will help you advance your career in whatever direction you choose. With both full-time and part-time options and a host of electives for specialized study, you will gain the key business knowledge you need to reach your goals.

Degree Programs

Application

To apply to the Clemson MBA program, or to check the status of your application, please visit Clemson's graduate school application.

Career Services

To assist with your career advancement opportunities, the Clemson MBA Office of Career Services supports all MBA students and can help you with resume crafting and interview skills. You have full access to personalized career support.

Financial Aid

Financial aid is available in the form of student loans. You will need to contact the Office of Student Financial Aid on the University’s main campus via phone at 864-656-2280, option three, or via email at finaid@clemson.edu. The FAFSA is required. Clemson’s school code is 003425. You may also find the following sites of use: FinAid and FastWeb.

Senior Citizen Tuition Policy: South Carolina law provides tuition exemption for residents 60 and older to take classes at state colleges (nominal fees may apply). Tuition exemption is available for the MBA Corporate program only and is not applicable for specialty concentrations such as the MBA in Entrepreneurship & Innovation and the MBA Business Analytics. For more information, please contact admissions at mbaprogram@clemson.edu.

Transfer Credits

Clemson's MBA program allows a maximum of 12 acceptable, graduate-level semester hours (four graduate-level classes) to be transferred from an AACSB International accredited university to count toward the core or emphasis courses in the Clemson MBA degree. If you took more than four acceptable classes that could have transferred and they duplicate material in Clemson's program then you will not need to retake these subjects. Instead, you will be required to take additional approved courses to make up the hours not taken.

Information Sessions

Learn More About Clemson's MBA Program

Join us at one of our free information sessions to learn about admission requirements, see the facility, meet faculty and staff and see which Clemson MBA is right for you. Most sessions are at our campus at 1 North Main Street, Greenville. Information sessions have been added in Atlanta, Charlotte, Asheville, Columbia and Charleston! Register for the next information session now.