March 2, 2014

BUSINESS NEWS | Johnson ‘Better Prepares’ Students for Careers, Officials Say

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Some professors and students at Cornell’s Johnson Graduate School of Management say they laud the school’s academic programs, faculty and strong sense of community for their roles in preparing students to thrive in careers after graduation.

The employment rate for graduates from the business school — which was ranked seventh in the nation by Bloomberg Businessweek in 2012 — in the Class of 2013 was 89 percent and the mean base salary was $109,000, according to the Johnson School’s website. In comparison, Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s business school had an employment rate of 83 percent, according to Bloomberg Businessweek.

Sage Hall is home to the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management. (Anya Laibangyang / Sun Contributor)