Clark Atlanta University is dedicated to providing students with the knowledge, skills, and experiences they need to succeed in their chosen fields. We measure student outcomes to ensure that our programs are effective and that our students are well-prepared for their future careers. Our graduation outcomes demonstrate our commitment to helping students achieve their academic and career goals.
Our career outcomes highlight our focus on preparing students for success in the workforce. We develop programs that provide students with the skills and experiences they need to thrive in their chosen professions, while offering personalized support to help students find internships, jobs, and other opportunities that will help them launch their careers.
At Clark Atlanta University, we are proud of the success our graduates have achieved. Our alumni have gone on to pursue successful careers in a wide range of fields, including business, education, law, and medicine. Our graduates are leaders in their communities, and they are making a positive impact on the world around them.
The School of Arts and Sciences offers a diverse curriculum that allows students to flourish, find their path, and achieve their lifted life of career success. The School provides the core curricular foundation for the university, rooted in a liberal arts tradition dating back to Clark College (1869); one of the university’s founding institutions and among the nation’s first private four-year liberal arts colleges for African Americans.
Today it is the largest among the university’s four schools and is home to 18 academic departments across four divisions.
The School of Business Administration is one of the top 10 producers of African-American business professionals in the nation. The School provides a quality program of business management education for young men and women throughout the world. Our enrollment is comprised of one of the largest pools of African-American business students in the nation, representing over 40 states and 30 countries, in a diverse array of programmatic opportunities.
The School of Education is committed to the belief that every child can learn—regardless of language, culture, ethnicity, perceived ability and/or circumstance. Explore student outcomes to find your place in the future of education…and the future of the world.
The Whitney M. Young Jr. School of Social Work advances the ideals of economic and social justice, through an enriched curriculum, innovative research and transformative community engagement. It is the first school of social work in the state of Georgia.