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Cornell University    
 
    
 
  Dec 11, 2017
 
Courses of Study 2017-2018

Degree Programs


In the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management .

Degrees Offered


Two-Year Residential MBA

www.johnson.cornell.edu/Programs/Full-Time-MBA/Two-Year-MBA

The two-year program spans 21 months, including a summer internship between the two academic years, program begins each year in early August.


One-Year (Accelerated) Residential MBA

www.johnson.cornell.edu/Programs/Full-Time-MBA/One-Year-MBA

Admission to the One-Year Residential program requires completion of a prior graduate degree, program begins each year in early May.


One-Year New York Tech MBA

www.johnson.cornell.edu/Cornell-Tech-MBA

Admission to the One-Year New York Tech program requires completion of a prior graduate degree, program begins each year in early May.


Cornell Executive MBA Metro NY

www.johnson.cornell.edu/Programs/Executive-MBA/Cornell-Executive-MBA

An executive MBA program for mid-career professionals. Coursework spans 22 months and includes four academic terms. Each term begins with a one week residence on the Ithaca campus. The remaining classes meet every other Saturday and Sunday in the New York City metropolitan area.


Cornell Executive MBA Americas

www.johnson.cornell.edu/Programs/Executive-MBA/Cornell-Executive-MBA-Americas

An exective MBA program for mid-career professionals offered through a partnership with Queen’s University in Kingston, ON, Canada. Coursework spans 18 months, with the majority of courses taught through interactive, real-time videoconferencing to teams of students at sites across North and South America. Instruction also includes residency weeks in Ithaca and Kingston.


Executive MBA/MS in Healthcare Leadership

www.johnson.cornell.edu/Programs/Executive-MBA-MS-in-Healthcare-Leadership

An executive MBA and MS program for healthcare professionals offered through a partnership with Weill Cornell Medicine. Coursework spans 20 months and includes four academic terms. The first and third terms begin with a week in residence on the Ithaca campus. The majority of the remaining classes meet on Saturdays and Sundays on the Weill Cornell Medicine campus in New York City. Two additional residence weeks take place in the NYC metropolitan area.


Cornell-Tsinghua MBA/FMBA

www.johnson.cornell.edu/Cornell-Tsinghua-MBA-FMBA

A dual degree program offered by Johnson at Cornell University and PBC School of Finance (PBCSF) at Tsinghua University. The program will operate in Beijing at Tsinghua University and appeal to executive corporate and organizational leaders across China.


Combined Degree Programs

www.johnson.cornell.edu/Programs/Full-Time-MBA/Dual-Degree-Programs

Highly qualified Cornell students work toward an MBA degree along with other degree programs, to learn more about these programs review our admissions information for dual degrees.


MPS in Management - Accounting Specialization

www.johnson.cornell.edu/Programs/MPS-in-Management-Accounting-Specialization

This one year program is offered both in the Fall and Spring by Johnson at the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business, and is for students who want to advance their careers by mastering the field of Accounting. Admission to the program requires a business minor or equivalent including six business-related courses and an undergraduate degree.



PhD

www.johnson.cornell.edu/Programs/PHD-Program

The doctoral program, administered through the Graduate School, provides an advanced level of education in business for those who seek careers in teaching and research at leading universities.

More detailed information about these programs is available in 304 Sage Hall.