MBA/MEng

What can the combination of a Master of Engineering and an MBA do for you?

The Master of Engineering is a professional degree, designed to give engineers more advanced engineering skills along with teamwork and communication skills that enable them to move into engineering careers at a higher level. The College of Engineering offers master's degrees in 15 fields, with the flexibility to include coursework in other scientific and technical fields.

The MBA adds knowledge and skill in all the business functions along with a general management perspective. The combination of these degrees prepares engineers to advance through product development and engineering management roles to higher levels of business leadership.

Some of our alumni, like Dito Garcia, believe their MBA/MEng degree combination has put them on the fast track to advance to higher levels with greater business responsibility in corporate technology companies.

Others, like Dave Gleberman, have put the knowledge and skills they gained through their dual degree program into highly successful entrepreneurial ventures. The Entrepreneurship and Innovation Institute, a unique triad of hands-on capital, consulting and legal gives students performance-learning opportunities to apply their knowledge and develop their skills. Cornell also has multiple resources for entrepreneurship, with rich resources for alumni and students through Entrepreneurship@Cornell.

Why Cornell?

If you want to earn both degrees, why not choose schools with outstanding reputations? Both the College of Engineering and Johnson are among the nation's most respected schools in their fields. Both foster intense collaborations to an unusual degree, and the encouragement and support of a distinguished faculty and incredibly gifted students. In addition, Cornell University promotes collaboration all across campus, which results in generating new fields of endeavor and ground-breaking new knowledge. The atmosphere is at once high-energy and warm in spirit.

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