Clark University - Rankings

Clark University is a private, liberal arts and research university located in Worcester, Massachusetts, USA. The University has the following Schools: Graduate School of Management; Graduate School of Geography; College of Professional and Continuing Education; Frances L. Hiatt School of Psychology; Higgins School of Humanities; Gustaf H. Carlson School of Chemistry.

Undergraduate programs are offered in Ancient Civilization; Art History; Biochemistry and Molecular Biology; Biology; Chemistry; Communication and Culture; Comparative Literature; Computer Science; Economics; Education; Engineering; English; Environmental Science; Environmental Science and Policy; Foreign Languages and Literatures; Geography; etc. Graduate programs are offered in Biology; Business Administration (M.B.A.); Chemistry; Community Development and Planning; Economics; Finance (M.S.F.); and more.

Notable Clark alumni include: Matt Goldman (Co-founder of Blue Man Group), Raymond Mariano (Mayor of Worcester, MA, 1993-2001), Brian Shactman (Former ESPN broadcaster), Steven DePaul (Emmy Award-winning television producer and director of "NYPD Blue"), etc. In 1907 Clark professor A. A. Michelson received the Nobel Prize for physics, becoming the first American to win a Nobel Prize in the sciences.

Clark University Graduate School of Management is accredited by AACSB International and recognized by The Princeton Review as a Best Business School.

University Rankings:

- Clark University is ranked among the top 100 national universities (#94) in the United States (U.S. News 2012).

- Placed among the global top 600 institutions (QS World University Rankings 2011).

- 33rd among the Top 50 Values in Private Universities by (2008).

- 9th in the NRC Ranking of Top Geography Doctoral Programs (1995).

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