Cornell SC Johnson College of Business

Business
with
impact.

One college, three schools—where business breadth meets specialized depth.

At the SC Johnson College, we collaborate. We’re visionary. We’re practical problem solvers. We embrace technology and data as powerful tools for business. Most importantly, we build people-centered leaders who are empowered to create sustainable, shared prosperity.

That’s how we do business—with impact.


One college with three times the expertise.

The Cornell SC Johnson College’s collective research strengths and its relative size are complemented by each school’s specialized industry depth, expertise, and network.

Dyson BS, MPS, MS, PhD

Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management

At Dyson, our business is a better world.

Dyson prepares tomorrow’s leaders—and supports today’s researchers—who will apply business and economics principles to solve some of the toughest societal challenges around the globe.

Unique strengths:

  • Applied economics and policy
  • Environmental, energy, and resource economics and policy
  • Food and agricultural economics
  • Finance
  • International development and policy
  • Strategy and management

Dyson

SHA BS, MMH, MPS-RE, MS, PhD

School of Hotel Administration

For Hotelies, life is service.

Known as the world leader for teaching and researching the business of hospitality, SHA prepares people-focused, tech-savvy leaders who understand that business success happens when they model the essence of hospitality.

Unique strengths:

  • Hospitality leadership
  • Service operations and analytics
  • Real estate and development
  • Services marketing
  • Hospitality human resources and law
  • Food and beverage design and management
  • Hospitality entrepreneurship

SHA

Johnson MBA, MPS, PhD

Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management

Turn ambition into impact at Johnson.

Johnson’s graduate programs prepare students for leadership across industries, allowing them to achieve their ambitions with business education that emphasizes collaborative and practice-based learning.

Unique strengths:

  • Consulting
  • Digital technology
  • Investment banking and finance
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Global business and emerging markets
  • Marketing and product management
  • Sustainability

Johnson

An academic powerhouse of incredible scale.

3,191

STUDENTS

in undergraduate and graduate degree programs

255

FACULTY

spanning eight areas of business and four interdisciplinary themes

43,867

ALUMNI

in the SC Johnson College of Business network

19

DEGREE PROGRAMS

with cross-school coursework and collaboration

Top-ranked, positioned for success.

The Cornell SC Johnson College of Business’s programs and schools are consistently ranked in the top 10 among more than 15 rankings sites, surveys, and publications.


#1


School of Hotel Administration

Highest Paid Hospitality Management Graduates

College Factual, 2019

#1


Dyson School

Best Agricultural Economics & Business College in the U.S.

College Factual, 2019

#6


Johnson Graduate School

Top 50 EMBA Programs

Poets&Quants for Executives, 2019

#1


School of Hotel Administration

Best Hospitality and Hotel Management Schools in the World

CEOWorld Magazine, 2018

#10


Dyson School

Best Undergraduate Business Programs

U.S. News & World Report, 2019

#10


Johnson Graduate School

Best B-Schools

Bloomberg Businessweek, 2018

#5


Dyson School

Highest Starting Pay for Business Majors

Poets&Quants for Undergrads, 2019

#10


Johnson Graduate School

Best Business Schools

Forbes, 2017


Featured News and Stories

Dwane Morgan ’02: When life gives you data, make decisions

DYSON SCHOOL

Dwane Morgan ’02, director of global consumer insights at Under Armour, has an analytical view of the world—every interaction is a learning experience.

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Executive education food and beverage courses embrace new trends

SCHOOL OF HOTEL ADMINISTRATION

SHA faculty Cheryl Stanley, Doug Miller, and Alex Susskind weigh in on foodservice profit chains and maximizing beverage program profits.

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Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise speaker demystifies ‘responsible investment’

JOHNSON GRADUATE SCHOOL

Linda Giuliano, MBA ’02, of AllianceBernstein gives students a glimpse of the key themes and considerations in responsible investment as part of SGE’s Finance and Sustainability speaker series.

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Speaker Gang Yu

10 tips for entrepreneurs from unicorn founder Gang Yu

SC JOHNSON COLLEGE

Serial entrepreneur Gang Yu, MS ’86, addressed alumni at the inaugural event of the Cornell SC Johnson China Council of Alumni, co-sponsored by the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business Office of Alumni Affairs. Speakers included council vice chair Gregory Yu ’99 (Dyson) and Dean Kevin Hallock.

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One-Year MBA students complete leadership and team building exercises during their first week of class
Consortium members (MBA) raise funds for Johnson during Giving Day
SHA students at the annual National Society of Minorities in Hospitality conference
Author Imbolo Mbue (center) visits students to discuss the Dyson undergraduate community reading project and her book, Behold the Dreamers
Participants in the General Managers Program executive education experience at SHA
At Sage Social, Johnson community members celebrate Gaypril
SHA students study together inside Statler Hall
MBA students checking in guests at the Johnson Women in Technology Conference, an annual student-run event in New York City
Lynn Wooten (right), dean of Dyson, meets with students and alumni during Homecoming
Some members of the Master of Management in Hospitality cohort
MBA women representing Johnson at an admissions event

A diverse
community.

Like no other—faculty, staff, alumni, and peers will have your back…and push you forward


Different backgrounds, cultures, insights, and professional experiences strengthen our college and introduce wider perspectives so that together we can make a larger impact. Regardless of the program you’re enrolled in, you’ll find an individualized support system.

Diversity & Inclusion


Collaborative
research.

Uniting hundreds of faculty members, researchers, and extension associates


Our collaborative research bridges business principles across schools and multidisciplinary areas, making an impact in agriculture, economics and policy, hospitality, real estate, sustainable business, management and organizations, and more.

Faculty & Research

Alumni
connections.

A tight-knit, collegial community that extends far beyond graduation


SC Johnson College alumni represent a growing network that facilitates career success. They also span industries and continents. Keep in touch with your classmates, find career resources, connect with students, and learn how you can give back to Cornell.

Alumni


Worldwide
reach.

Programs, initiatives, and alumni around all corners of the globe


From Warren, Statler, and Sage halls on the Cornell University campus in Ithaca, NY to the bustling streets of New York City, and from our finance MBA program in China to classrooms across the Americas, the SC Johnson College is transcending geographic — and figurative — boundaries. And through online executive education, lifelong learners can opt to complete certificate programs from anywhere in the world. What’s more, our alumni are well-represented among alumni clubs in all 50 states and 112 countries.


Undergraduates visit MSG during a marketing industry trek to New York City
MBA students present to business leaders at Cornell's eLab pitch event for entrepreneurs in New York City
SHA students get a behind-the-scenes look while on a cruise as part of an elective course, Introduction to the Global Leisure Cruise Industry
SHA students look over restaurant plans as they direct and manage peers at Establishment, a student-run venue
MPS in Management - Accounting Specialization students worked with low-income, rural taxpayers in Alaska during their course trip
The Cornell Real Estate Club visits a construction project in Sydney, Australia
MBA students visit companies like Zulily during a High Tech Club trek to the West Coast
Dyson students learn about a farming collective in Colombia on a trip with the Student Multidisciplinary Applied Research Team
Executive MBA Metro NY students travel to Israel to visit startups and nonprofits during for the program's Global Business Study
Dyson and SHA students attend the National Farmers Union College Conference on Cooperatives and take a tour of a local store in Minneapolis
An SHA student volunteers at Ithaca's Loaves and Fishes as part of the course Hunger, Health, and Nonprofit Social Enterprise

Performance
learning.

Bringing real-world experiences into the classroom and getting students out into the world


More than a b-school catchphrase, performance learning connects students to communities and networks both near and far. They gain experiences and insights from hundreds of guest speakers, real client-based projects, NYC intensive courses, domestic and international treks, case competitions, immersions, student-led galas and events, national conferences, service learning, and much more.

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