As a premed, which Cornell school should I go to?

<p>Hey all,</p>

<p>I'm a premed student at NYU. I just wondering which school I should apply to as a transfer? I know CAS is the hardest school to get into. But as a premed, is Ag Life or Human Eco just as good? </p>

<p>When I complete my undergrad, I stilll end up with a Cornell diploma right? I know that Ag life and Human Eco are the "subsidized" schools? I've heard from people that your degree/diploma will be slightly different, less pretigious.</p>

<p>I don't know what to make of their comments. Can someone please help?!</p>


<p>I've heard people say the diploma is less prestigious, but I think it's bull. You're still recieving a Cornell diploma and an Ivy League education. Many people use the Human Eco. or the Ag Life colleges as springboards into med school or law school. I am going to go to Hum Ec for Policy Analysis and Management (PAM) as a step towards law school. I wouldn't read into it too much, because there will always be people trying to make something seem worse than it is. The AgLife and Hum Ec schools are great schools and in talking to my guidance councelor, the only thing he has said that is different in these schools is that as an in-state resident I get an "Ivy League education for half the price." But I will ask him net time I talk to him and let you know what he says about your question... As for the physical diploma, he has it on his wall and it definitely says Cornell University at the top of it. I'll stay in touch and let you know what else I can find out.</p>

<p>Thanks, I'll look forward to hearing from you.</p>

<p>the kids taking biology classes and other premed type classes from all schools at Cornell have the same professors, etc. There is one biology department, and CAS and CALS both utilize it.</p>