MPS in AEM Curriculum & Concentrations (2022)

The Master of Professional Studies (MPS) in Applied Economics and Management program entails 30 credit hours of training in applied economics and management through coursework and a capstone problem-solving project. All students are required to select one of six industry-focused concentrations. Students must meet general MPS AEM degree requirements in addition to concentration-specific coursework.

Core/Pre-requirements

  • Statistics, or BTRY 6010 – Statistical Methods I
  • Intermediate microeconomics or AEM 5600 – Managerial Economics
  • Undergraduate calculus or “Math camp for MBAs” (or Khan Academy calculus)

Required Coursework

  • Quantitative and computational methods (select 6 credits):
    • AEM 5111 – Introduction to Econometrics (Fall, 4 credits)
    • AEM 6120 – Applied Econometrics (Fall, 3 credits)
    • AEM 5410 – Marketing Research (Spring, 3 credits)
    • AEM 5840 – Python for Business Analytics (Fall, 3 credits)
    • AEM 6940 – Python Programming (Fall, 3 credits)
    • NBA 6921 – Machine Learning Applications in Business (Fall, 3 credits)
    • AEM 5XXX* – Computational Methods for Economics and Management (Fall, 3 credits)
  • AEM 5305 – Global Citizenship (Fall, 1 credit)**
  • AEM 5700 – Management Communications (1.5 credits)
  • Problem-solving project (6 credits): AEM 6991 (Fall, 3 credits)** and AEM 6992 (Spring, 3 credits)**
  • Core coursework specific to each concentration (9 credits)
  • Free Elective Coursework (1–6 credits)
    • Courses must be relevant to your career goals and approved by your concentration leader. Students can select 5000 level courses from across Cornell University for electives.

* Course number TBD
** CEMS students do not take these courses. See CEMS requirements information.

Applied Economics and Management Concentrations

MPS in AEM Curriculum & Concentrations (1)

Associate Professor Vicki Bogan
Behavioral Finance Concentration Leader

Required Courses (6 credits):

  • AEM 6140 – Behavioral Economics and Managerial Decisions (fall, 3 credits)
  • AEM 5230 – Contemporary Topics in Behavioral Finance (fall, 3 credits)

Electives (min. 3 credits)

  • AEM 5570 – Corporate Finance (spring, 3 credits)
  • AEM 5280 – Valuation of Capital Investment (spring, 3 credits)
  • AEM 5290 – International Financial Management (spring, 3 credits)
  • AEM 5620 – Financial Modeling and Analysis (fall, 2 credits)
  • AEM 5670 – Investments in the Global Economy (spring, 3 credits)
  • AEM 6940 – Applied Behavioral Economics in Finance and Marketing (spring)
  • NBA 5120 – Applied Portfolio Management (fall/spring, 3 credits)
  • NBA 5420 – Investment and Portfolio Management (Spring, 3 credits)
  • NBA 5590 – The Venture Capital Industry and Private Equity Markets (spring, 0.5 credits)
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MPS in AEM Curriculum & Concentrations (2)

Associate Professor Jura Liaukonyte
Behavioral Marketing Concentration Leader

Required Courses(6 credits):

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  • AEM 6140 – Behavioral Economics and Managerial Decisions (fall, 3 credits)
  • AEM 6440 – Consumer Behavior (fall, 3 credits)

Concentration Electives (min. 3 credits):

  • AEM 5550 – Advertising Strategy (fall, 1.5 credits)
  • AEM 5435 – Data-Driven Marketing (fall, 1.5 credits)
  • AEM 5495 – Consumer Neuroscience (spring, 3 credits)
  • AEM 5160 – Strategic Pricing (spring, 3 credits)
  • AEM 6940 – Applied Behavioral Economics in Finance and Marketing (spring)
  • NBA 6340 – Customer Strategy and Analytics (spring, 1.5 credits)
  • NBA 6090 – Digital Marketing (fall/spring, 1.5 credits)
  • NBA 6220 – Marketing strategy (fall, 1.5 credits)
  • NBA 6290 – Special Topics in Marketing (fall, 1.5 credits)
  • NBA 6620 – Brand Management (fall, 1.5 credits)
  • HADM 6430 – Wine Marketing (spring, 3 credits)
  • HADM 6435 – Luxury Marketing (spring 3 credits)
  • NCC 5530 – Marketing Management* (spring, 3 credits)

**Will not count as a CEMS elective for CEMS students as they were required to take a basic marketing management course as a CEMS prerequisite.

MPS in AEM Curriculum & Concentrations (3)

Associate Professor Bradley Rickard
Business of Food Concentration Leader

Required Courses (3 credits):

  • AEM 6140 – Behavioral Economics and Managerial Decisions (fall, 3 credits)

Electives (min. 6 credits):

  • AEM 5270 – Supply Chain Strategy and Supermarket Simulation (fall, 3 credits)
  • AEM 6455 – Toward a Sustainable Global Food System (fall, 3 credits)
  • AEM 6485 – Economics of Food and Malnutrition (fall, 3 credits)
  • AEM 5310 – Business and Economics of Food (spring, 3 credits)
  • AEM 5480 – From Labels to Lab-Grown Meat: Consumer Behavior and the Food Industry (spring, 3 credits)
  • AEM 6480 – Food and Consumer Packaged Goods Industry Dynamics (spring, 3 credits)
  • AEM 5260 – Cooperative Business Management (spring, 3 credits)
  • FDSC 5100 – Sensory Evaluation of Food (fall, 2-3 credits)
  • DSOC 5400 – Agriculture, Food, Sustainability and Social Justice (fall, 3 credits)
  • PLSCS 5140 – Global Cropping Systems and Sustainable Development (fall, 3 credits)
MPS in AEM Curriculum & Concentrations (4)

Associate Professor Mark Constas
International and Development Economics Concentration Leader

Select 3-4 courses (min. 9 credits):

  • AEM 6050 – Agriculture Finance and Development (spring, 1.5 credits)
  • AEM 6455 – Toward a Sustainable Global Food System: Food Policy for Developing Countries (fall, 3 credits)
  • AEM 5420 – Emerging Markets (fall, 3 credits)
  • AEM 6485 – Economics of Food and Malnutrition (fall, 3 credits)
  • AEM 6880 – Global Food, Energy, and Water Nexus – Engage the US, China and India for Sustainability (fall, 3-4 credits)
  • AEM 6600 – Natural Resources and Economic Development (spring, 3 credits)
  • AEM 6940 – Product Design and International Development (spring, 1.5 credits)
  • AEM 6410 – Commodity Futures and Options (spring, 3 credits)
  • CRP 6720 – International Institutions (spring, 3 credits)
  • ECPM 7660 – Microeconomics of International Development (spring , 3 credits)
  • IARD 6960 – Perspectives in International Development (spring, 1 credit)
  • INFO 5505 – Computing and Global Development (fall, 3 credits)
  • NBA 5255 – Global Macroeconomics News and Events (spring, 1.5 Credits)
  • NBA 6030 – Strategies for Sustainability (spring, 1.5 credits)
  • NBA 6370 – Current Global Issues for Business: the US, Europe, China and Emerging Markets (spring, 1.5 credits)
  • NBA 6380 – Finance and Sustainable Global Enterprise Colloquium (spring, 1 credit)

* Course listing number TBD

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Students in the SBEP concentration study the interrelationships among business, the economy, and the environment; examine the role of sustainability in business and economic development; and learn how to design policies and management strategies to promote sustainability, environmental protection, clean technologies, and the optimal and sustainable use of natural resources, taking into account how individuals and businesses respond to these policies.

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Associate Professor Ariel Ortiz-Bobea
Sustainable Business and Economic Policy Concentration Leader

Select 3-4 courses (min. 9 credits):

  • AEM 5XXX* – Resource Economics (spring, 3 credits)
  • AEM 5510 – Environmental Economics (spring, 3 credits)
  • AEM 5515 – Business and Economics of Energy (fall, 3 credits)
  • AEM 6580 – The Economics and Psychology of Sustainable Business (fall, 1.5 credits)
  • AEM 6600 – Natural Resources and Economic Development (spring, 3 credits)
  • NBA 6030 – Strategies for Sustainability (spring, 1.5 credits)
  • NBA 6380 – Finance and Sustainable Global Enterprise Colloquium (spring, 1 credit)
  • NBA 6370 – Current Global Issues for Business: the US, Europe, China, and Emerging Markets (spring, 1.5 credits)
  • PADM 5717 – Energy Transition: Policy, Financial, and Business Interactions (fall, 3 credits)

* Course listing number TBD

Do you have a background in technology? Looking to market your own innovations in technology? With an MPS in Applied Economics and Management concentrating in Technology Management, you will develop the business skills that are required to manage your business ventures in technology.

This concentration allows you to deepen your understanding of the management and strategies related to technology, innovation, and entrepreneurship. Technology management focuses on business processes and practices that facilitate the creation of new technologies; innovation strategies that allow business organizations to successfully launch new technologies in the economy; and the development of an entrepreneurial mindset that is needed to instigate change in organizations and markets. We encourage students to combine the technology management concentration with additional skill-building in data science and analytics to maximize job market opportunities in technology industries.

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Professor Aija Leiponen
Program Director, MPS and Technology Management Concentration Leader

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Required Courses:

  • AEM 5220 – Digital Business Strategy (fall, 3 credits)

Electives (min. 6 credits)

  • AEM 5615 – Digital Platform Strategy (spring, 1.5 credits)
  • AEM 5605 – Predictive Analytics in Business Strategy (spring, 3 credits)
  • AEM 5650 – Strategic Management of Innovation (spring, 3 credits)
  • NBA 6955 – Industrial Organization, Consulting and Business Strategy (fall, 1.5 credits)
  • Semester in Strategic Operations with Prof. Nagesh Gavirneni, Johnson School (spring, 4-7 credits)
    • NBA 6500 – Operations Practicum (project; guest speakers; class; site visits – 4 credits)
    • Optional electives on operations management

FAQs

How hard is it to get into Dyson? ›

'WE APPRECIATE STUDENTS FOR WHO THEY ARE'

Of 94 undergraduate business schools in the 2022 Poets&Quants ranking, Cornell University's Dyson School of Applied Economics & Management is the hardest to get into. The school, ranked 16th overall, reports a 5.44% acceptance rate, the only school with a rate lower than 6%.

Is Cornell AEM stem? ›

Program Description

Cornell's STEM-designated Master of Professional Studies

Master of Professional Studies
Master of Professional Studies (MPS) is a type of master's degree concentrated in an applied field of study.
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(MPS) in Applied Economics and Management (AEM) is a one-year program designed to build upon your undergraduate experience and launch your career with an industry-specific focus in one of six specialized concentrations.

What is Applied Economics degree? ›

The Applied Economics major prepares students to pursue careers that address real-world problems using data and economic principles. These problems come from a wide range of areas, such as world food problems, trade, environment and sustainability, inequality and poverty, and public health and public policy.

Is Dyson school good? ›

Cornell University's SC Johnson College of Business, which houses the Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, has proven to firmly be a top-20 school as it has placed in the top 20 each year it's participated in the Poets&Quants rankings.

What degree do you get from Dyson? ›

Dyson offers both a Master of Professional Studies (MPS) degree and research-based Master of Science (MS) and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degrees.

What is Cornell ILR acceptance rate? ›

The committee reviews each application holistically and carefully and considers how each applicant would fit with the program itself and as part of the class they are putting together. The acceptance rate for the MILR

MILR
The New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations at Cornell University (ILR) is an industrial relations school and one of the four New York State contract colleges at Cornell University, located in Ithaca, New York, United States.
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program is typically between 35% and 40%.

Which is better MS or MPS? ›

While traditional master's programs will give you a solid understanding of theories and excellent research skills, an MPS focuses on practical skills that apply directly to a specific job. This means they're a great option for someone who knows precisely the career field, job, or even department they hope to enter.

What is a Masters in applied economics? ›

The Master of Arts in Applied Economics (MA-APEC) degree program provides students with a solid understanding of the fundamental tools of economic analysis that are employed to conduct rigorous study of economic issues and economic policies. The focus of the program is applied economics.

Can Dyson students double major? ›

Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, and the Cornell College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS) allows students from one college to pursue a second major from within the other.

Which is better economics or applied economics? ›

Applied economics is more practical; it puts those theories and ideas into action; you use the theory of economics in order to do the applied work.

Is applied economics a hard major? ›

Economics is a hard major. Economics is considered to be one of the most difficult commerce degrees. Economics is a mix of many subjects including mathematics, business, accounts, psychology and sociology. Other STEM majors such as engineering and mathematics are harder than economics.

Why should I study applied economics? ›

Applied economics can also help businesses make better decisions. Understanding the implications of economic laws of supply and demand combined with past sales data and marketing research regarding their target market can help a business with pricing and production decisions.

How many students are in Dyson? ›

In 2015, there were 104 graduate students and 735 undergraduates in Dyson School. Of these 735 undergraduates, 39% are female students and 11% international students.
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Endowment$62 million
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Is Dyson harder to get into than Wharton? ›

Dyson and wharton are the only two undergraduate business schools offered by the ivys. Dyson has a significantly lower admissions rate ( 3%) compared to whartons (7%), but wharton outranks Dyson is pretty much all category.

Can you transfer to Dyson? ›

If you're interested in transferring to Dyson from another institution, you should have a minimum GPA of 3.5 and be in good academic standing during each of your previous semesters. If you are currently enrolled, you should be in good academic standing.

Where is Dyson Institute of Engineering and Technology? ›

Study for your degree and work as an engineer at our technology campus in Malmesbury, Wiltshire.

Where is the Dyson Institute of engineering? ›

The Dyson Institute of Engineering and Technology is a private institution of higher education

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in England, founded in 2017 by James Dyson and based at the Dyson technology campus in Malmesbury, Wiltshire.

Does Dyson sponsor Visa UK? ›

The Dyson Institute cannot offer visa sponsorship at present. The first two years will give you a strong foundation in engineering theory and practice before you specialise in years three and four.

Is ILR hard? ›

Studying abroad as an ILR student is much easier than other majors at Cornell due to the flexibility of the major. To study abroad, students must have completed the basic ILR core requirements and have a GPA of 3.0 or higher.

What is the easiest Cornell school to get into? ›

The Hotel School in the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business is the least competitive with an acceptance rate of 30% The School of Human Ecology

Human Ecology
The New York State College of Human Ecology at Cornell University (HumEc) is a statutory college and one of four New York State contract colleges located on the Cornell University campus in Ithaca, New York.
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has a 23 % acceptance rate, the second-highest acceptance rate of all the schools at Cornell.

What can you do with an ILR degree? ›

One of the greatest strengths of a degree from ILR is that it prepares students for a variety of fields, including business, law, public policy, labor relations, non-profit work, government, and many other areas. The ILR curriculum can also prepare students for a wide range of graduate schools.

What qualification is MPS? ›

Master of Professional Studies (MPS or MProf) is a type of master's degree concentrated in an applied field of study. MPS degrees are often interdisciplinary.

What is an MPS? ›

The Master of Professional Studies

Master of Professional Studies
Master of Professional Studies (MPS) is a type of master's degree concentrated in an applied field of study.
https://en.wikipedia.org › Master_of_Professional_Studies
(MPS) is a master's degree that combines the focused study of traditional graduate degrees (such as the Master of Arts or Master of Science) with the specialized, industry-specific skills you can immediately put to use in the workplace.

Is MPS equivalent to MS? ›

While there is some overlap between these two types of master's programs, MS programs may put a stronger emphasis on pure research and theory than MPS

MPS
Master of Professional Studies (MPS) is a type of master's degree concentrated in an applied field of study.
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programs, which are generally practice- and/or career-based.

Which is better MA in economics or MBA? ›

Key Takeaways. MBAs are more expensive to obtain than a master's in finance or economics. MBA programs are broader, while master's programs in economics and finance are deeper. A master's in finance or economics typically requires a stronger background in mathematics.

What is the highest degree in economics? ›

The Master of Economics (MEcon or MEc) is a postgraduate master's degree in economics comprising training in economic theory, econometrics, and/or applied economics.

What can you do with an MS in applied economics? ›

5 Top Jobs For Those with a Master's in Economics
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  • Professor of Economics. ...
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What is the acceptance rate for Cornell engineering? ›

There were over 71,000 applications submitted for a place in the 2022-23 freshman class and they accepted just 4,908. This approximate acceptance rate of 6.9% is the lowest in school history. The Class of 2025 saw the admit rate was 8.7%.

How do I change my major at Pace? ›

Pace offers a number of minors that students can choose from.
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Majors/Minors
  1. Fill out a Change of Major form.
  2. Obtain a signature from the department that oversees the new major you wish to declare.
  3. Submit the completed, signed form to the Office of the Registrar.

What is BCom applied economics? ›

The 3 years BCom Applied Economics course provides students the opportunity to specialise in the world of imports and exports business, with a firm foundation in Economics. It also serves the purpose of trade communication and how to conduct business across the globe.

Who is the father of economics? ›

Adam Smith was an 18th-century Scottish philosopher. He is considered the father of modern economics. Smith is most famous for his 1776 book, "The Wealth of Nations."

What are the topics in applied economics? ›

These include subjects such as accounting, actuarial science, and insurance. those that are areas of public policy: agriculture, labour, transportation, utility industries, control of industry, and public finance. comparative economic systems. demography.

What are the example of applied economics? ›

For example, the applied field of economics helps utilize analytical tools to assess consumer behavior and accordingly target a market. Recently, COVID-19 led to the heavy use of resources, which the healthcare sector was unprepared for.

What kind of math is used in economics? ›

Although economics graduate programs have varying admissions requirements, graduate training in economics is highly mathematical. Most economics Ph. D. programs expect applicants to have had advanced calculus, differential equations, linear algebra, and basic probability theory.

Is economics a lot of math? ›

Economics courses frequently use math techniques at a level beyond MATH 1110. Statistics and econometrics classes use material from integral calculus (MATH 1120), and core microeconomics, core macroeconomics, and many advanced electives use material from multivariable calculus (MATH 2130 or MATH 2220).

Which is better political science or economics? ›

If you have to choose between these two then economics will be a better option as it deals with 3 major streams commerce , finance and banking sector and it has a wider scope . Also after graduation you can apply for post graduation and gain knowledge about the course. Hope it helps .

What are 3 reasons to study economics? ›

Top 5 reasons to study economics
  • Economics is everywhere. Economics is a part of everyday life, and it's also the gateway to the future. ...
  • Make an impact. Economics allows you to drive positive change. ...
  • Gain an international perspective. ...
  • Develop transferable skills. ...
  • Boost your career prospects.
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How can studying applied economics help you as a student? ›

More broadly, an economics degree helps prepare you for careers that require numerical, analytical and problem solving skills – for example in business planning, marketing, research and management. Economics helps you to think strategically and make decisions to optimise the outcome.

How important is applied economics in real life situation? ›

Applied economics is at the center of everything we do, and it helps explain economic theory and apply it to our everyday lives. Applied economics can help us understand more about the prices we pay, how delivery charges work, and why things may go on sale.

Is Dyson a good company to work for? ›

Great company and Benefits

The Training and management team was very encouraging and helpful. To be successful in selling Dyson's, One has to believe in the product. This company makes world class equipment, there is none other like it.

Why do people want to work for Dyson? ›

Dyson cares for its people by creating networks and systems to support your wellbeing. Forward Dyson as an employee network brings Dyson people together to bond over shared interests and experiences. We are often encouraged to get off work on time and maintain a healthier lifestyle.

How many people apply to the Dyson Institute? ›

Over 850 students applied for 25 places on the course, and due to the exceptionally high calibre of candidates, 8 additional students were accepted. In September 2018, the institute increased its intake further and a total of 43 undergraduate Engineers were accepted onto the course.

Why do I want to work for Dyson? ›

Your Dyson experience

We're a global technology enterprise, full of ambitious people, willing to adapt and grow, to disrupt the status quo. And it's through the performance of our people and machines that we'll meet our ambitions and deliver them in the right way – the Dyson way.

Why would you like work for us? ›

“I see this opportunity as a way to contribute to an exciting/forward-thinking/fast-moving company/industry, and I feel I can do so by/with my …” “I feel my skills are particularly well-suited to this position because …” “I believe I have the type of knowledge to succeed in this role and at the company because …”

How much discount do Dyson employees get? ›

The discount has move been massively reduced from 50% of up to 12 units to 30% of 3 units a year. It also doesn't apply to to latest products the hair dryer took around 12 months to become available.

Why is Dyson so good? ›

Ultimately, unlike bagged vacuum cleaners, the performance of Dyson machines won't be compromised the more you vacuum. Our machines are engineered with six layers of advanced whole machine filtration, which means that we capture 99.97% of microns as small as 0.3 microns.

How many engineers do Dyson have? ›

A global technology company

Today, Dyson employs over 13,000 people globally including a 5,000 strong engineering team.

What is Dyson technology? ›

Dyson Limited, commonly known just as Dyson, is a Singaporean multinational technology company founded by James Dyson. First established in 1991 at Malmesbury, England, it designs and manufactures household appliances such as vacuum cleaners, air purifiers, hand dryers, bladeless fans, heaters, hair dryers, and lights.

Who is the CEO of Dyson? ›

Where is the Dyson institute based? ›

The campus

The Dyson Institute is based at the Dyson UK Technology campus in Malmesbury, Wiltshire.

Does Dyson sponsor Visa? ›

The Dyson Institute cannot offer visa sponsorship at present. The first two years will give you a strong foundation in engineering theory and practice before you specialise in years three and four.

Where is the Dyson Institute? ›

The Dyson Institute of Engineering and Technology is a private institution of higher education

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in England, founded in 2017 by James Dyson and based at the Dyson technology campus in Malmesbury, Wiltshire.

What materials does Dyson use? ›

The machine's body is made from ABS Polycarbonate – the same material found in riot shields. Dyson engineers designed a reinforced wand, made from aluminium, to allow for extra push force in picking up grime. Dyson engineers worked with scientists to develop wipes for the machine.

What is working at Dyson like? ›

Fun environment, for energetic and Employees with a can do attitude. Dyson is an amazing company to work for spending 5 years with Dyson was exciting, Training was always very interesting. A real family feel.

What does the Dyson logo mean? ›

The Dyson logo has a personal voice, which is clever and innovative, it fully reflects the brands values: creativity, functionality, luxury, and reliability. It is very modern and inspiring in its simplicity and perfect form.

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