AEM was recently ranked as the third best undergraduate business school in the US from Businessweek. There are a variety of practical and applied specializations ranging from entrepreneurship to finance to strategy that students can choose from, preparing them for a wide range of careers in business. AEM is uniquely situated within CALS, so students often combine their business degree with courses the life sciences and applied social sciences.
ILR explores the domestic and international workplace from a multidisciplinary perspective, with required courses in management, economics, psychology, history, law and government. ILR is the only undergraduate school in the US devoted to this field. One-fifth go on to law school post-graduation.
The School of Hotel Administration grants students a Bachelors of Science degree. The curriculum balances theory and practice, with a requirement of 800 hours in a hospitality-related practicum prior to graduation. The majority of graduates enter the hospitality industry, and one-quarter go into real estate/consulting and banking/financial services.
NYC Major Bloomberg selected Cornell and its partner Technion (Israel Institute of Technology) to develop a leading age NYCTech Campus on Roosevelt Island in Manhattan. The school will offer masters and doctoral degrees in technical fields such as computer science, information science and computer engineering, and will house the Technion-Cornell Innovation Institute. This unique partnership between NYC, Cornell and Technion is poised to make powerful advances in entrepreneurship and applied science education.