Freshman Admissions

Dyson Info Sheet

Cornell's Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, home to the university's undergraduate general business program, is located within two collegesthe SC Johnson College of Business and the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS).

For general guidelines on how to obtain and complete Cornell University's application form, as well as information on financial aid, please visit Undergraduate Admissions.  Cornell uses the Common Application and the University College Application.  Please review the application instructions provided by the Undergraduate Admissions Office to determine which forms are right for you.  On either application, Dyson applicants should select "Cornell SC Johnson College of Business--Dyson School" as their program of interest.

Are you an international student? Please visit Undergraduate Admissions for special international admissions requirements and procedures.

You are encouraged to visit campus and attend an information session. We do not require an interview.

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Basic Requirements for Freshman Admission

Secondary School Subjects: 16 units, including 4 of English, 4 of Mathematics (including calculus), and 3 of Science (biology, chemistry and physics recommended). Additional units of advanced mathematics and science are highly recommended.

Standardized Tests: 

  • SAT or the ACT
  • SAT Subject Tests are not required by the SC Johnson College of Business
  • International Students: TOEFL (score or 100 or better) or IELTS (score of 7) is required

Contact Information 

For specific questions, contact,

Office of Undergraduate & Masters Programs Admissions

SC Johnson College of Business

149 Statler Hall

Ph: 607.254.4228

Email: dyson_admissions@cornell.edu

 


Student Spotlight

Madison Madrid

Madison Madrid '17

Hometown

Chicago, IL

Concentrations

Business Analytics and Strategy

What makes Dyson special?

Dyson is great because we are accepted into the program as a group, not as individuals. This is so apparent in the way that my class works together rather than competes with each other. We have an atmosphere where everyone wants each other to succeed, which is why I love Dyson.