The Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management offers a business minor for engineers and a business minor for life sciences majors, and Dyson serves as the administrative home to the University-Wide Business Minor. In addition, the Dyson School offers one management minor and three applied economics minors available to all undergraduate students at Cornell University.

Each minor consists of at least 17 credit hours. Unless prior permission is obtained, there can be no substitutions for the courses required for each minor.

AEM Business Minors

Dyson Business Minor for Engineers
Business Minor for Life Sciences Majors
University-Wide Business Minor

AEM Management Minor

Agribusiness Management

AEM Applied Economics Minors

Applied Economics
Environmental, Energy, and Resource Economics
International Trade and Development

Student Spotlight

Jianan Xie

Jianan Xie '15


ShiJiaZhuang, China



What makes Dyson special?

Dyson uses social media tools to engage alumni and build a network of graduates with a shared affinity for the school. The undergraduates have so much to benefit from the alumni networks and the events organized by the Dyson Undergraduate Council. There are so many types of courses and concentrations to choose from, and every course you take will shape your future. Professors are not just professors, but also your advisor in everyday life. Dyson serves as a bridge between students and their dreams.