The Griffiths Center for Collaboration & Innovation
The hub for outside-the-box thinking and creative problem solving on campus is the Griffiths Center for Collaboration & Innovation (GCCI). The GCCI offers students a work environment to develop ideas, meet outside experts and practitioners, produce prototypes, and refine solutions.
Griffiths Center for Collaboration & Innovation
The student run Investment Club provides unique hands-on experience in stock investment and portfolio management as well as a venue for meeting and learning from veteran investors, experienced financial professionals and peers from other university investment clubs.
University Innovation Fellowship Program
A competitive year-long campus leadership opportunity in innovation and entrepreneurship that culminates in sponsored travel to Google and Stanford University.
Student-Faculty Research Collaboration
Our collaborations are challenging and fun experiences where students work one-on-one with a business faculty member on topical academic research. Students acquire vital skills such as articulating an interesting research question, conducting a review of the literature, constructing and analyzing data, and writing for an academic audience. This experience prepares students for graduate programs in business and related disciplines.
Clarkson 4+1 MBA Program
As a Clarkson 4+1 partner institution, Hartwick shares an articulation agreement that ensures that our students have the ability to plan their undergraduate program to include courses that serve as prerequisites for the Clarkson MBA. By meeting these requirements, students will be able to complete the Clarkson MBA in one year.
Also, as a graduate of Hartwick College, any student who enrolls in the Clarkson MBA program will automatically be awarded the Clarkson 4+1 Fellowship:
- $10,000 Tuition Scholarship
- $4,000 Travel Scholarship
- $3,000 graduate assistant position
- A streamlined application process
The list of courses that follow shows the equivalent courses at Hartwick that fulfill the prerequisites to complete the One Year MBA program at Clarkson. Hartwick College Course Equivalents (in italic) are as follows:
Accounting: Financial and Managerial
ACCO 101 and ACCO 102
Economics: Micro and Macro
ECON 101 and ECON 102
Computer Science: Information Systems
Statistics and Quantitative Methods
MATH 108 or MATH 308
Law and Society
Principles of Marketing
For more information about this program, contact Dr. Carlena Cochi Ficano, Chair of the Department of Business Administration and Accounting at email@example.com.
Hartwick’s long-standing student-run Accounting & Business Society has recently affiliated as a chapter of the national DECA organization (https://www.deca.org/) at the collegiate level. This affiliation grants us access to leadership, entrepreneurship, and business planning conferences and competitions across the country and around the world.
Doing Business in January Term
Each January Term, the Business Administration and Accounting Department develops an international program specifically for its upper-class majors. Previous course destinations include: Italy, India and China. These courses include cultural excursions but highlight interactions with American and foreign businesses operating overseas.