Part 1: Core curriculum
Work with your core teams and participate in leadership activities while tackling subjects like finance, marketing, and strategy—teamwork, leadership, and feedback is seamlessly integrated.
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Part 2: Immersions
Dive in with one of eight immersion options, a defining characteristic of the Two-Year program. These courses and their accompanying projects and cases are based in a specific career path and industry. Learn from Johnson’s outstanding faculty and leading practitioners.
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Part 3: Internships
Complete an internship. All Two-Year MBA programs feature an internship component, so what makes Johnson’s different. Your immersion will have prepared you far more than your colleagues. You’ll hit the ground running, perform well, and be more likely to receive full-time employment.
Learn more from the Career Management Center
Part 4: Electives, co-curricular activities, and NYC weekend courses
Take what you’ve learned from your internship and use electives to fill in the gaps during your final year. You’ll have access to more than 120 electives across a wide range of concentrations at Johnson, plus electives across the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business and the rest of Cornell University, along with the option to take weekend courses at Cornell Tech. Round out your experience by participating in, and leading, one (or more) of Johnson’s 80+ professional, regional, and diversity clubs.
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Part 5: More electives and co-curricular options
Many MBAs choose to spend half of their final semester in New York City to take intensives in fintech or digital marketing. You’ll also complete any remaining electives as you prepare for your full-time job. Make your final course selections in areas such as communication, entrepreneurship, family business, management, marketing, economics, brand management, consulting, finance, ethics, technology product management, and so much more.
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Throughout your time in the Two-Year MBA program, add international treks, leadership expeditions, student organizations and leadership, and lots of interaction with alumni who can offer guidance and advice. You’ll be in good company.