The Johnson School at Cornell University

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DEFINITION

The business school at Cornell University. The Johnson School offers a wide range of business programs, including several MBA programs as well as doctoral degrees. The school has over 70 corporate partners and is respected nationwide as a top-notch institution of higher business learning.

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS

The Johnson school was founded in 1946 and now has nearly 60 full-time faculty members. Tuition for the The Johnson School averaged $44,950 for 2008-2009.




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