Clark University is a private university in Worcester, Massachusetts. Founded in 1887, it is the first all-graduate university in USA. Its adjacent to University Park about 50 miles from Boston. The birth of rocket propulsion traces its roots to Clark University also the Sigmund Freud’s famous ‘Clark Lectures’ about Psychoanalysis were given here.
The university comprises of schools and departments: Biology; Chemistry; Computer Science; Economics; Education (Graduate); Education (Undergraduate); English; Graduate School of Geography; School of Humanities; History; Holocaust and Genocide Studies, International Development, Community and Environment; Language, Literature and Culture; Graduate School of Management; Marsh Institute; Mathematics and Computer Science; Philosophy; School of Psychology; School of Professional Studies; Sociology and Visual and Performing Arts. It offers more than 30 under graduate and 25 post graduate programs and the most popular majors at the university are Political Science, Business Management, Economics, Biology and Psychology.
The university has a student population of more than 3,400 of which over 2,300 are enrolled in under graduate programs. It has an intimate student to faculty ratio of 10:1 and the acceptance rate of 55%. The university follows a semester based academic calendar.
Notable Alumni: Ben Bagdikian (educator and journalist), Mark Bittman (food journalist for The New York Times and author of How to Cook Everything), Steven DePaul (Emmy Award-winning television producer)
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