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Applied Economics and Management

utoyxcutoyxc Registered User Posts: 275 Junior Member
edited September 2012 in Cornell University
Applied Economics and Management

Applied economics and management, the Undergraduate Business program for Cornell University

is this program good?

thanks for any response...
Post edited by utoyxc on

Replies to: Applied Economics and Management

  • sucuse1414sucuse1414 Registered User Posts: 226 Junior Member
    it is ranked 11th in the country for top undergrad business programs and i just transferred here for the AEM program so I think it is great
  • utoyxcutoyxc Registered User Posts: 275 Junior Member
    thanks so much..
  • AJKatesAJKates Registered User Posts: 726 Member
    I'm an AEM major. Fantastic program. I highly recommend you consider it.
  • plmokplmok Registered User Posts: 340 Member
    AJKates, I just pm-ed you a question.
  • AJKatesAJKates Registered User Posts: 726 Member
    PM returned!
  • snajeansnajean Registered User Posts: 242 Junior Member
    Cornell is 14th on the 2006 Business Week list of top undergraduate business programs. You can find the complete list if you google it.
  • TehRahkTehRahk Registered User Posts: 407 Member
    Biology 1 and 2 is a requirement for this program right?

    Are my chances greater for being a NY state resident as a transfer?
  • TahoeTahoe Registered User Posts: 754 Member
    Hi Snajean- It's so nice to see you back on the Cornell board! How is your daughter doing at Bucknell? I hope she's all settled in and happy with her choice. Is she closer to finding a field of study yet? I remember how varied her interests were, ranging from bioengineering to accounting to marketing/advertising! To respond to your post, the ranking that Sucuse 1414 was referring to is the US News ranking.

    Utoyxc - AEM is an excellent program. Search this CC site for more comments about it. I would advise you to visit the schools you are interested in and make your decision holistically. Rankings are only a tiny part of the greater picture.

    TehRahk - Because AEM is in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, you do have to satisfy an intro biology requirement. For a full list of requirements refer to this page: http://business.aem.cornell.edu/academics/index.htm

    Regarding NY residency- it used to be a consideration for students applying to contract schools at Cornell. It's not anymore... here's the link with the explanation. http://talk.collegeconfidential.com/showthread.php?t=212442
  • snajeansnajean Registered User Posts: 242 Junior Member
    Yes, I still post on Cornell's site and use CC in general. Thanks for asking and Bucknell has been wonderful. My daughter loves it, has made tons of friends and the crowning glory is that she told us she can't imagine being anywhere else. She is planning to get a degree in business administration with a major in acccounting and is very happy with the choice.

    As far as the rankings go, sucuse 1414 implied that the #11 ranking was the definitive ranking. I was not aware that US News was ranking undergraduate business programs specifically. I posted a ranking, by Business Week, in which the category was 'The 50 Best Undergraduat Business Programs.' I'm sure there are a lot of rankings though.
  • blackangek2blackangek2 Registered User Posts: 28 New Member
    I don't know which biology to take. At my school, De Anza, it has many biology sequence that contains 3 quarters. if you say an intro biology requirement, can i take Bio 10: introductory biology?
  • xthaiboxerxthaiboxer Registered User Posts: 76 Junior Member
    ^^You dug up a SIX year old thread for this?

    Did you even read the thread?
  • thefuture101thefuture101 Registered User Posts: 74 Junior Member
    I am a transfer applying for the upcoming Spring?

    How difficult is it compared to Fall transfers? I am graduating with an associates in December so I must transfer in the Spring.

    Also, how many instructor evaluations did you send?
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