Johnson is introducing a new MBA program which fuses business, technology, innovation and entrepreneurship in a fast-paced, hands-on learning environment. Johnson’s rigorous, new one-year MBA program combines business and technology in New York City—the world’s most dynamic commerce and digital business hub.

The new degree program on the campus of Cornell Tech in New York City joins Johnson’s portfolio of five programs to earn the Cornell MBA.


“The MBA at Cornell Tech”
- Doug Stayman


“A Unique MBA for the Digital Economy”
- Doug Stayman


“Blending Business and Technology in New MBA”
- Rhett Weiss

Quick Facts
  • One-year, full-time MBA program that combines business, technology, innovation and entrepreneurship in a fast-paced, hands-on learning environment in New York City – the world’s most dynamic commerce and digital business hub
  • Three-semester full-time MBA begins in May 2014, with a summer session in Ithaca, New York, followed by two semesters in New York City on the Cornell NYC Tech campus
  • Applicants must hold a degree in science or technology, 3-5 years relevant experience, GRE or GMAT
  • Applications accepted starting August, 2013 and will be reviewed on a rolling basis
“The MBA degree on the Cornell Tech campus is a unique opportunity for us to continue an established history of innovating graduate business education, both in content and pedagogy. We’re creating a program that addresses the fact that technology has changed the way business is done. It’s not about adding technology courses to an existing MBA, but about developing a new MBA for the digital economy.”

Soumitra Dutta, dean of Johnson at Cornell University

“This MBA is a vital part of our effort to create a new model of tech education that brings the energy, entrepreneurial spirit and innovation of the tech eco-system directly onto campus. The MBA students will benefit from working alongside technical students, faculty and researchers, and the entire campus will be enriched by the perspective of business students.”

Dan Huttenlocher, dean of Cornell Tech

“This is a program on a technology campus that fuses business, technology, innovation, and entrepreneurship in a unique, immersive experience. It is an MBA degree for students who deeply understand technology, who want to work closely with technology students, who want to understand business problems and solutions, and lead organizations.”

Doug Stayman, associate dean of MBA programs at Johnson


Adrienne Nardella
Coyne PR
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