Key Facts

About the Cornell-Queen's Executive MBA

  • Class Size: Two sections of approximately 80 students drawn from the U.S., Canada, and Mexico  
  • Program Start Date:  late June
  • Program Locations (for weekend classes):  New York City, Ithaca, Washington DC, Atlanta, Dallas, Houston, Seattle, Salem (NH), Los Angeles, San Jose, San Bruno, Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal, Edmonton, Calgary, Vancouver, Mexico City, and Monterrey (Mexico).  
  • Residence Weeks:  Three sessions ranging from 7 to 15 days at the beginning, middle, and end of the program.  Sessions are split between the Cornell and Queen's campuses. 
  • Length of Program:  16 months of classes; final team project after the last class
  • Degrees Awarded:  Master of Business Administration from Cornell University and Master of Business Administration from Queen's University.
  • Comprehensive Tuition and Fees:  $121,530 for the class that entered in 2014.

Class Profile:

Cornell-Queen's Executive MBA Class of 2016
  • Class size:  163
  • Average years of work experience:  14
  • Average age:  38
  • Women:  25%
  • Minority:  26%
  • Under Represented Minority*: 8%
  • Advanced degrees:  30%

* Black/African American, Native American, and Hispanic American

Industry Profile:

  • Manufacturing: 32%
  • Finance: 15%
  • Consulting/Law: 14%
  • Telecommunications/Engineering: 11%
  • Non-Profit/Government/Military: 8%
  • Entertainment/Hospitality/Retail: 8%
  • Healthcare: 5%
  • Other: 7%

Geographic Representation:

  • California: 21%
  • Ontario: 18%
  • Alberta: 10%
  • Washington, DC: 8%
  • Mexico: 7%
  • Texas: 7%
  • New York: 6%
  • British Columbia: 5%
  • New Hampshire: 5%
  • Georgia: 4%
  • Washington State: 3%
  • Quebec: 3%
  • Oregon: 1%
  • Florida: 1%
  • Tennessee: 1%

Cornell-Queen's Executive MBA Alumnus: Anthony Wedo, CEO Ovation Brands

Anthony Wedo, shares how the Cornell-Queen's Executive MBA program has elevated his career.