Record numbers for Cornell-Queen’s Executive MBA Class of 2011

Posted on September 9, 2009

The Cornell-Queen’s Executive MBA Class of 2011 began their opening session last month with a record number of program participants – up 18% percent from the last class.

The program, which is delivered by residential sessions and via live, multipoint, interactive videoconferencing to major cities in the United States and Canada, was established in 2005 through a partnership between the two schools.

Participants earn both a Queen’s MBA and a Cornell MBA in 18 months, while continuing to work. This year Canadian teams are located in Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa, Calgary, Vancouver and Edmonton. Across the US the program is offered in Seattle, Portland, New York, Ithaca, Salem, Washington D.C., Dallas, Houston and Atlanta.

For more information on how to earn two world-class MBA degrees while continuing to work, visit Cornell-Queen’s EMBA.