Dyson Business

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The Dyson School offers a Business Minor for Engineers and a Business Minor for Life Sciences majors, and Dyson serves as the administrative home to the University-Wide Business Minor. In addition, the Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management offers 1 management minor and 3 applies economics minors that are available to all undergraduate students at Cornell University.

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University-Wide Business Minor

The University-Wide Business Minor is offered by a consortium of schools and colleges at Cornell, including the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, School of Industrial and Labor Relations, Johnson School, and School of Hotel Administration. The minor is intended for students majoring in subject areas other than business to get exposure to business concepts, frameworks, and methods. Learn more →

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Dyson Business Minor for Life Sciences

The Dyson Business Minor for Life Sciences Majors, offered by the Dyson School, is open to biology majors in the College of Arts and Sciences, biological engineering majors in the College of Engineering, select majors in the College of Human Ecology, and all life sciences majors in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. It is intended to prepare life sciences majors for successful careers that straddle both science and business. As a result, life sciences majors will be exposed to innovative business ideas to be prepared for future entrepreneurial opportunities and understand the business goals and terms used by different types of companies. Learn more →

Dyson Business Minor for Engineers

This is a minor specifically tailored to the education and career needs of engineering students. Students declaring the intent to minor benefit in the following ways: have preference in the AEM courses that are offered in the minor (as long as they follow the rules of pre-enrollment); receive invitations to special extracurricular events related to business and engineering; have access to advice and guidance on the minor; learn about new offerings and new optional courses. Learn more →

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Applied Economics Minor

All undergraduate students at Cornell University are eligible for this minor. This minor focuses on a variety of economics and management courses. Learn more →

Environmental, Energy, and Resource Economics

Eligible to all undergraduate students at Cornell University, this minor emphasizes economics with a resource and environmental focus. Learn more →

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Agribusiness Management Minor

All undergraduate students at Cornell University are eligible for this minor. This minor focuses on farm business management as well as agriculture development and finance. Learn more →

International Trade and Development Minor

This minor emphasizes international trade and finance as well as a variety of political and international economic courses. All undergraduate students at Cornell University are eligible for this minor. Learn more →

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