The Clemson Family is a global one, devoted to improving the world we all share. The MBA curriculum provides students with the background they will need to succeed in management, finance, and business administration, but we also understand that theory can only go so far. It is when theoretical concepts are combined with heart and soul and applied to solving real-world problems that big things happen. Clemson MBA students believe it is the duty of community leaders to give back and swear to uphold the Clemson MBA Oath.
Clemson students don’t just talk the talk — they engage and participate in a variety of programs and activities that put the positive influence of business leadership coupled with compassion into action. Students participate in a variety of volunteer activities to give back to the community, including tutoring GED-candidates at United Ministries, participating in TD Bank’s Random Acts of Kindness, cleaning up downtown Greenville by organizing a trash sweep of the Reedy River, creating and staffing the computer lab at Triune Mercy Center, and much more. Learn more about ways our students get involved and give back:
If you’re less concerned with what an MBA can do for you than what you can do with your MBA and would rather work on spreading good will than work on spreadsheets, call us, attend an information session in person or online, or apply online today.
Join us at one of our free monthly information sessions to learn about admission requirements, see the facility, meet faculty and staff and see which Clemson MBA is right for you. All sessions start promptly at 5:30 and are held in Room 506 of our campus at One North Main Street, Greenville. Sessions are free but space is limited. Please use the links below to register for the session you wish to attend.
Join us at one of our free monthly information sessions to learn about admission requirements, meet faculty and staff and see if a Clemson MBA in Entrepreneurship & Innovation is right for you. All sessions start promptly at 6:00 PM and are accessed via Go To Meeting. Please use the links below to register for the session you wish to attend.
Clemson offers a variety of ways to earn your MBA degree as well as several emphasis areas of study. The chart below is designed as a quick reference for comparison. You can learn more by clicking the links within the chart or by following links on the left side of the page.
MBA in Entrepreneurship and Innovation Full-time
MBA in Entrepreneurship and Innovation Part-Time
|Application Deadline||July 1/November 1||July 1/
November 1/April 1
|March 1||March 1|
|Program Duration||12-24 months||22-48 months||12 months||27 months|
|Location||One North Main Street, Greenville, SC 29601|
|Years of Work
|Entrance Exam Requirement||GMAT; TOEFL (international students only)|
|GMAT Waiver Eligibility||Minimum of 5 years’ full-time work experience and competitive GPA; previous master’s or doctorate||Based on undergraduate GPA; previous master's or doctorate|
|Average Course Load||12-15 credit hours/semester||6 credit hours/semester||12-15 credit hours/semester||3-6 credit hours/semester|
|Curriculum||Foundation, core and elective courses||Cohort model; Studio Lunches||Cohort model|
|Program Structure||Mon.-Thurs. daytime classes||Mon.-Thurs. evening classes||Mon.-Thurs. daytime classes||Online classes;
2 weekends/semester on campus
|Leadership Development and Career Services||First Friday Speaker Series, Career Services, Annual Networking Forum, guest speakers||Entrepreneurial Resource Network, Women's Leadership Roundtable, Entrepreneur in the Round, EnterPrize Awards|
|Tuition||Tier 1 Graduate Program + Fees||$28,500 + fees||$34,900 + fees in-state
$43,560 + fees
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