I have an undergraduate degree in engineering. Do I need a business minor course to apply to Cornell MPS in the Management Program?Am I eligible for this program?

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Students with a non-business undergraduate degree plus a business minor, or its equivalent, can obtain the rigorous business management training you expect in a top MBA programme by enrolling in the STEM-designated MPS in Management programme.

The one-year graduate degree programme in STEM will give you the business knowledge you need to stand out and advance in your job. The MPS in Management programme at the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management offers a core business curriculum with the freedom to customise your education to fit your interests through electives.

The curriculum for the MPS in Management is designed to provide the whole spectrum of business-related disciplines over one year at a graduate speed. The Master of Management degree at Cornell is best suited for people who want to grow or are just starting out in their careers and have a business minor.

The following requirements must be satisfied by applicants to the Masters in Management programme:

For Cornell students:

  • Completion of Bachelor's Degree
  • Completion of the Cornell Undergraduate Business Minor
  • GMAT (preferred) / GRE (accepted)*

For Students outside of Cornell:

  • Completion of Bachelor's Degree
  • Coursework will be evaluated to determine equivalency to the Cornell Business Minor
  • GMAT (preferred) / GRE (accepted)

With the achievement of a minimum undergraduate cumulative GPA, Cornellians who graduated within the last two years with a business minor will be exempt from the application fee and exam requirements.

Application dates for the MPS in Management programme: To be considered in a round, applicants must submit all required materials by the deadline indicated for that round. Incomplete applications won't be reviewed.

Round One: December 1
Round Two: January 15
Round Three: March 1
Round Four: April 15

Applications will be accepted and examined individually after round deadlines.


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