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Is the Applied Economics and Management undergraduate degree a STEM-designated program?

No, it is not. For international students seeking clarification regarding STEM programs for Optional Practical Training (OPT), the Office of Global Learning is available to support you with questions about campus resources, your visa, jobs, travel, and more.

Can I take classes in the Nolan School if I am a Dyson student?

Yes, your curriculum is designed for you to be able to venture outside of your school to take other classes as electives. Undergraduate students in the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business can explore electives for fun or to complement their major, and can even minor outside of their school.

When applying to the SC Johnson College of Business, can I apply to both Nolan and Dyson? If I choose both, will it increase my chances of being admitted?

When applying to the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business, students must choose to apply directly to either the Peter and Stephanie Nolan School of Hotel Administration or the Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management. However, they also can indicate if they would like to be considered for the alt…

Is the Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management a New York State Contract College?

Yes. The Dyson School is anchored in the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business, but still maintains a foothold in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Students in the Dyson School will have academic opportunities within the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, and New York State Residents will pay in-…

I am interested in the Applied Economics and Management major. Should I apply to the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business or the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences?

Students who wish to pursue the Applied Economics and Management major should apply to the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business, and should select the Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management as their anticipated major within this college.

How should I answer the question about the highest math class I will have completed by high school graduation?

Some of the undergraduate colleges at Cornell ask applicants to report the highest math class they will complete by the time they graduate from high school. If you are applying to the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS), the College of Arts and Sciences, the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business, or the …

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