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Dyson vs Johnson at Cornell

biggspcbiggspc Registered User Posts: 127 Junior Member
edited May 2011 in Business School - MBA
Hey, I realize that Dyson has an undergrad program where as Johnson Doesn't, but can somebody please explain the difference between the graduate branches of these schools? Why do they need two different business schools?
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Replies to: Dyson vs Johnson at Cornell

  • cornellred12cornellred12 Registered User Posts: 2 New Member
    Dyson is the undergraduate program of AEM - Applied Economics and Management. This program resides under College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, and originally was formed for the study of Agricultural Business.

    Johnston is the Graduate MBA program, nothing more. The two different units (and names) exist due to $ reasons: by keeping a separate program in CALS, the Dyson program gets state funding since CALS is partially state funded.
  • kaidenkaiden Registered User Posts: 92 Junior Member
    You can't get an MBA from Dyson, only a master's degree in agricultrual business or something along those lines. 95% of the strength of Dyson comes from the undergraduate program (AEM).

    If you're looking at an MBA --> Johnson.
    UG --> Dyson
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