Residential MBA Programs
With the fall semester in full swing, we’re gearing up for Johnson Means Business (JMB), our diverse and LGBTQ student hosting event on campus.
With the dedication of the new Cornell Tech campus on Roosevelt Island in NYC, Johnson celebrates its new second home in New York City.
The Johnson One-Year MBA program starts in May, so my classmates and I were able to enjoy Ithaca, NY and all it has to offer during the summer months.
As a second-year MBA myself, here’s some advice from someone who has been through the core, an immersion, and an internship.
Johnson’s Women in Business event, also known as JWiB, gives prospective women MBAs an opportunity to visit the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University and be among like-minded businesswomen. Our tight-knit community is definitely one to experience firsthand.
Johnson recently welcomed 277 MBA candidates to our campus in Ithaca. The Class of 2019 spent a week getting to know one another, participating in welcome activities, and tackling team-building challenges both inside and outside the classroom.
Find out how students, alumni, and faculty in Ithaca and at Cornell Tech inspired and defined Johnson’s newest, interdisciplinary immersion: the Digital Technology Immersion.
“[Millennials are] focused on changing the way things are done and being able to drive change,” says Saunders-Cheatham, the Career Management Center director at Johnson.
Some call it a “mini-CEO.” To others, “chief influencer” sounds more apt. Whatever descriptor you use, the role of product manager has captured the imagination of today’s MBAs.