Clark Atlanta University School of Business

History

The Clark Atlanta University School of Business Administration graduate program was founded in 1946 and it received Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International (AACSB) accreditation in 1974. A historically black university, Clark Atlanta School of Business Administration still produces one of the largest classes of African-American MBAs in the world.

Location(s)

The Clark Atlanta University campus covers 126 acres in the middle of Atlanta, just west of the central business district. It is located in the West End Historic District in an area called the Atlanta University Center District. This area is home to five colleges, including the Interdenominational Theological Center, that make up the Atlanta University Center Consortium.

Faculty

The School of Business Administration has 27 full-time faculty members across six departments: Accounting, Decision Sciences, Economics, Finance, Management and Marketing.

Student Body

Nearly 160 students are enrolled in the Clark MBA program.

MBA Degree Offerings

CAU offers two different MBA programs. There is a full-time two-year program as well as a Working Professional MBA program that meets only on the weekends intended for students who need to work while going to school.