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Clark Atlanta University
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Clark Atlanta University School of Business is offering educational scholarships to qualified members of the National Black MBA Association®. Applicants must be a current member of NBMBAA® and meet all Clark Atlanta University School of Business MBA admission requirements.

About

For more than seven decades, the Clark Atlanta University School of Business has provided a quality program of graduate business management education by remaining on the forefront of managerial theory and practice.  The School’s curriculum develops and enhances management and leadership skills preparing our graduates to lead major corporations or their own businesses in this global market. The School of Business is accredited by the AACSB.

Applicants have various options for earning a graduate degree.  Those pursuing a Masters of Business degree can opt for the Full-time MBA (two-year) or the Working Professionals MBA (18 months.) In addition, the university offers two specialized master’s programs in Accounting and Economics.

The School of Business develops future leaders to provide innovative solutions to global business challenges.  For more information, visit http://www.cau.edu/school-of-business/index.html.

Type

Full-time MBA

Amount

Up to $10,000 is available for NBMBAA® student member applying to the Clark Atlanta University MBA program

Criteria

In order to be considered for the Clark Atlanta University School of Business Scholarship, you must first complete the NBMBAA® scholarship application. Once submitted, you will receive a follow-up email from Clark Atlanta University School of Business with more information about the application process to be considered for admission. All applicants must meet CAU Business School admissions requirements to be considered for the scholarship.

Deadline

April 1, 2020

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