Create great ideas without boundaries
We’ve launched a new approach to MBA education
Digital technology is revolutionizing the economy. It’s also revolutionizing how we teach and learn about advanced, integrated business practices. That’s why we’ve launched a groundbreaking, interdisciplinary MBA program in New York City — a global and technological hub for the digital economy.
Our exciting new Johnson Cornell Tech MBA takes the learning experience beyond the boundaries of a traditional, business-school setting and replicates the multidisciplinary culture of digital transformation by integrating it into the Cornell Tech campus. Locating a school of management within a tech campus is revolutionary and unprecedented in higher education.
At Cornell Tech, now located in Google’s building in Manhattan, you’ll dive into an open, dynamic studio environment that demands collaboration. You’ll tackle a startup project and an existing enterprise project, working alongside candidates in Cornell Tech’s engineering and computer science programs for a uniquely integrated, cross-disciplinary experience. Spring semester includes a global trek to Israel and a career-directed project in the concentration of your choice. Throughout the program, courses are taught in intensive, multi-week modules that cover the latest challenges and opportunities for businesses with an emphasis on the transformative nature of technology.
Graduates of the Johnson Cornell Tech MBA will be business leaders who have a deep knowledge of technology, who see and understand how the digital revolution is creating new possibilities and changing existing companies, and who work effectively side-by-side with technology professionals. At the end of the year, those who choose to work on startup projects will become co-founders of software or tech companies.
Cornell Tech is serious about supporting fast-track tech startups. How serious? Enough to have its own U.S. Patent and Trademark officer in residence.