Tag: On-Campus Graduate Programs

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Getting an Edge in the Teacher Education Market

Few careers are as rewarding or as challenging as those in school teaching. Every class presents an opportunity to make a difference: to encourage, inspire and shape a student’s future. Teaching has never been an easy profession and, in many ways, today it’s more demanding than ever. But for those who are called to teach, …

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Making the Most of Your Grad School Experience

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If you’ve been accepted into grad school, congratulations! You’ve earned the right to celebrate and relax—but not for too long. Instead, before you start class, spend some time preparing. If you anticipate the academic and personal challenges of grad school, you’ll be in a better position to make the most of the experience and enjoy …

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Graduate Programs that Match Your Goals and Schedule

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Clarkson’s graduate programs are designed specifically for today’s students. You can earn a master’s degree in a high-demand field—business, engineering, data analytics, healthcare administration and more—on a schedule that works for you. Depending on the program, options include full and part time study and on campus, online and hybrid (a combination of on campus and …

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Deciding When to Go to Grad School

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Even if you’re pretty sure about attending grad school, you might be uncertain about the best time to begin. Should you start right after you earn your undergraduate degree? Or should you wait until you have some full-time work experience? As is often the case, there’s no right (or wrong) answer. Instead, your decision will …

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Choosing a Grad School Program: It’s All About the Fit

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If you’re looking at grad school programs, that means you’ve already done the hard work of thinking about your long-term career goals and deciding which degree to pursue. Now, the task at hand is to research degree programs and find some favorites. A good place to start is with a checklist or spreadsheet of what …

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What Else to Consider in Your Graduate Program Search

By Fiona Laramay​Ph.D. student in Environmental Science & Engineering When I was looking at grad schools, other than admissions and faculty research areas, I really didn’t know how else to compare them. Now that I’m in my third year at Clarkson, I’ve realized there are some important characteristics that have made my experience incredibly positive …

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How a Supportive Staff Impacted My MBA Experience

By Isaac BecksteadStudent in residential MBA program Since I have started Clarkson University’s MBA program, I have found that the staff is what truly makes the program great. There is no doubt: The one-year MBA is tough. Graduate school is a huge step in your life. It gets very stressful and puts students to the …

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A Dual Degree Perspective

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By Stephen Lewis Current student in residential MBA and Data Analytics master’s programs Coming from a small high school in Potsdam, N.Y., and then attending SUNY Potsdam, I was looking for a graduate school with reputable programs, small program sizes and the possibility of joining clubs. Luckily enough for me, I didn’t have to look far …

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Where My Degree Took Me, Thanks to Clarkson

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By Peter Cannellos Bachelor of Science in Global Supply Chain Management ’10 Master of Business Administration ’11 I started my career in supply chain management after earning two degrees from Clarkson University — a Bachelor of Science in Global Supply Chain Management in 2010 and a Master of Business Administration in 2011. My time and …

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Your Grad School Options: On-campus, Online or Hybrid

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Today’s grad school students have more options than ever before. There are full- and part-time programs, on-campus and online options, and hybrid or blended programs that offer a combination on-campus and online experience. The bottom line: If you’re interested in getting a graduate degree, chances are there’s a program that meets your needs. Full time …