Want to earn a Clemson MBA without moving to Clemson?
The part-time MBA in Entrepreneurship & Innovation is a blended online and weekend program designed to teach students to innovate within their current company or launch a start-up. Earn a Clemson MBA while you live and work in Charlotte!
Come to a local Info Session to learn more!
Drop by Coco and the Director in downtown Charlotte between 10am and 2pm to sit down with our Director of Admissions, Kristin Allen Hawk. She will cover admission requirements, course descriptions, and be available to answer any questions you have.
To reserve a specific time during this session, RSVP and reach out to Kristin at email@example.com
Please join us to learn about Clemson’s part-time MBA program options.
MBA in Entrepreneurship & Innovation: The part-time MBAe is a blended online and weekend program designed to teach students to create and innovate within their current company, or launch a start-up. Online with 2 in-person weekends per semester.
MBA in Business Analytics: Big Data is the future of business and being able to analyze and interpret data is an in-demand skill. This blended online and weekend program allows you to live and work in Columbia while earning your degree from Clemson University.
MBA Corporate: Take the next step in your career by learning new ways to look at how you do business through the un-paralleled experiences offered through Clemson’s part-time Corporate MBA program.
For more information please visit www.clemson.edu/mba
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