With many opportunities to collaborate across schools, our faculty work and innovate together in targeted disciplines through faculty areas.
These are disciplines that are key to any business, and are taught at different course levels by expert faculty in each of our three schools—areas such as finance, marketing, and operations.
Faculty in one faculty area may work together on research, discuss and create more efficient teaching methods, and hold or attend seminars and workshops to deepen their understanding.
Interdisciplinary themes serve as a critical hub for the research and networking of expert faculty and industry leaders within the SC Johnson College of Business, across Cornell University, and beyond.
Success in business is never static. We want to help you throughout your career.
Each and every Johnson alumni is part of a powerful network of fellow business and thought leaders, both from the school and Cornell University. Explore the benefits you've earned.
You have access to programming, tools and resources and limited advising. Alumni are eligible for 3 advising sessions within a 12 month period. A curated listed of executive and career coaches is available upon request.Career Coaching includes:
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Centers & Institutes
The housing and rental markets in Ithaca are fast-moving and competitive. Start your search early and explore your options.
Limited university graduate housing is available.
Most Cornell graduate students choose to live in nearby apartments and rental complexes.
The Management Library offers an extensive range of services, including consultations and workshops, which will help you become familiar with the many excellent business research resources here at Cornell. Our resources will save you time throughout your Executive MBA journey and are available for you on or off-campus.
Located at 616 Thurston Ave., the Martin Y. Tang Welcome Center is designed to welcome and inform prospective students, parents and thousands of Ithaca area visitors. Visitor Relations student and professional staff are on hand to greet, provide information and lead general campus tours.
At Cornell you'll experience the traditional college campus: eateries, residence halls, academic buildings, libraries, and research facilities. But its natural beauty—the nearby lake, natural waterfalls, and gardens—set the campus apart from others in the Ivy League. If you're looking for a city-campus feel, Cornell offers that, too. Collegetown is a short walk away and boasts award-winning restaurants and shops of all kinds.
A sampling of current clubs: