Cornell University is home to Grad School Hub 's top sustainability master's degree program. The university offers a Master of Business Administration in Sustainable Global Enterprise through its SC Johnson College of Business. Students can expect to join a cohort group of students with common interests and to participate in hands-on business case studies. The degree program requires students to complete an immersive practicum experience dealing with a real-world, sustainability-related challenge. Students can also expect to engage in multidisciplinary consulting projects with their cohort groups. All students must also take the Strategies for Sustainability course and five credits of electives. Students have the option to takeadvantage of Johnson's networking opportunities, including the Energy Club, General Management Association, and the Sustainable Global Enterprise Club.
Cornell is a private Ivy League research university in Ithaca, New York. It also operates satellite medical campuses in New York City and Qatar. The university was founded in 1865 by senators Ezra Cornell and Andrew Dickson White. It is the only private land-grant institution in New York. It operates a cooperative extension program that delivers agricultural and ecological education to every county in the state. The university's research facilities include the Atkinson Center for a Sustainable Future. In its most recent survey, Bloomberg Businessweek ranked the university's Johnson College as the No. 2 business school for sustainability in the nation. U.S. News & World Report ranks Johnson the No. 15 business school in the nation at the graduate level.