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Entrepreneurship Concentrations

While Cornell University does not offer an official major in Entrepreneurship, there are a wide variety of concentrations and areas of study available that have an entrepreneurial focus.

Undergraduate Opportunities

  1. College of Agriculture and Life Sciences

    Major in Applied Economics and Management (AEM): The Business area within this major is home to Cornell's accredited general business degree program for undergraduates - one of only two accredited programs in the Ivy League. Visit the Department of Applied Economics and Management for more information.

  2. School of Hotel Administration

    The Leland C. and Mary M. Pillsbury Institute for Hospitality Entrepreneurship offers a wide array of courses and extracurricular experiences for Hotel School students interested in business start-ups, social and sustainable enterprise, and venture financing. For more information, visit

  3. College of Engineering

    The Engineering Management minor focuses on giving engineering students a basic understanding of the economics, accounts, and project management tools necessary to manage any technical operation or project successfully. Learn more about the Engineering Management Minor.

In addition, Undergraduate Entrepreneurship courses are offered in the following Colleges: Arts & Sciences; Art, Architecture, & Planning; Human Ecology; Industrial and Labor Relations; College of Veterinary Medicine. Visit the Find a Course page for complete course listings.

Graduate Opportunities

  1. College of Agriculture and Life Sciences

    M.S., M.P.S., and Ph.D degrees are available. Within the graduate field, students choose from Applied Economics and Management or Resource Economics. Learn more about the Department of Applied Economics and Management Graduate Program.

  2. The Johnson Graduate School of Management

    In addition to offering an extensive array of entrepreneurship classes, the Johnson School also offers a triad of student-run Counsel, Capital, and Consulting services, and a dedicated immersion in Entrepreneurship. Visit Entrepreneurship at Johnson for more information.

In addition, Graduate courses in Entrepreneurship are offered in the following Schools and Colleges: Cornell Law School; College of Engineering.