Being a part of Cornell University, we are, quite literally, surrounded by some of the finest teaching, most creative and inquiring minds, and most advanced research in the world, and the enormous Cornell alumni community spans the globe.
We can access cutting-edge theoretical and applied knowledge in multiple specialized areas, all at our doorstep: from Africana, architecture and agriculture to textiles, theater, toxicology, and even Urdu! Cornell offers more than 4000 courses of study in nearly 100 academic departments. Learn more about Cornell's other schools and programs.
Students in our Two-Year and One-Year MBA programs benefit from our flexible curriculum to achieve their individual goals. Many take courses at some of Cornell's other top-rated schools, including the School of Industrial and Labor Relations, College of Engineering, Law School, School of Hotel Administration, and the Program in Real Estate. We also offer several dual degree programs with other Cornell schools.
Students who want to develop and launch new businesses find at Cornell a depth and breadth of cutting-edge research ripe for commercialization. While agriculture, life sciences, physical sciences, engineering, and other technologies yield a great wealth of opportunities, there is also potential inherent in such areas as education, the arts, and languages, or the marriage of these with technologies. Cornell's University-wide Entrepreneurship@Cornell program is widely recognized as a model for university entrepreneurial education. It fosters entrepreneurship not only across all of Cornell's many departments, but also into its worldwide alumni network.
Because we are part of Cornell, all of our students, faculty and graduates connect with the huge, well-organized network of alumni from the entire university, and hence to a surfeit of accomplishments, expertise and talent in business, science and technology, government, law, medicine, arts, social services, and much, much more.
We are extremely proud of Cornell's innovative and powerful legacy, and we wholeheartedly embrace the challenges of translating and extending it through Johnson.