The Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management, a school within the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business at Cornell University, delivers business education that empowers students to turn ambition into impact. Johnson’s defining attributes—its tight-knit community, emphasis on leadership, and focus on immersive, experiential learning—are reflected across its programs. The school’s network spans the globe and includes diverse students, world-renowned faculty, and 17,000+ alumni who consistently push traditional boundaries to shape the business landscape and make a positive impact.
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Average Years Work Experience: 12
Average GRE (Quant + Verbal): 152
Admissions Requirements: Interview Required
Application Deadlines: Accepted on a rolling basis with a start date in the summer of 2019.
Method of Delivery: Primarily Weekends
Metro Areas Served: Atlanta, Boston, Dallas, Los Angeles, New York City, San Fracisco Bay Area, Seattle, Washington D.C.
Cornell Executive MBA Americas
Tailored to meet the needs of working professionals, Johnson’s Executive MBA Americas program is delivered through local classroom sessions in select North and South American business centers. With classes on alternating Saturdays and Sundays, students are able to advance their careers without interrupting them. In 17 months, students graduate with two MBAs: one from Cornell University and one from Queen’s University.
Cornell Executive MBA Metro New York
Based in New York City, the Executive MBA Metro NY program offers working professionals the ability to earn an MBA on alternate weekends over the course of 22 months. Its unique delivery format, which includes class weekends with an overnight stay in New York City, and residential sessions in Ithaca, NY, creates an immersive environment free from distraction. Through in-person instruction by world-renowned Cornell faculty, team-based projects, guest speakers, career coaching, and interaction with professional peers across a diverse set of industries, students will develop the leadership skills critical for today’s dynamic business environment.
Executive MBA/MS in Healthcare Leadership
For healthcare professionals who want to transform the industry, the Executive MBA/MS in Healthcare Leadership curriculum integrates business acumen and healthcare expertise to give students the tools and knowledge needed to facilitate change and drive innovation. Two powerhouses in graduate education—the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management and the Weill Cornell Graduate School of Medical Sciences—have partnered to create this ground-breaking dual-degree program. Students graduate with two prestigious degrees from Cornell University: an MBA and an MS in healthcare leadership.
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