Engineering Management will Support you Throughout the Career Search Process
The Cornell Engineering Management program offers personalized career support and advising for each student. Prior to even arriving at Cornell, we work with each student to understand their career goals and work together with them on their resume, cover letter, and career application plan. We organize career treks down to New York City to meet with alumni in their current roles. Past visits have included visits with alumni at Facebook, McKinsey, Goldman Sachs, Lyft, and Ernst and Young.
In addition, each Engineering Management student takes ENMGT 6090 “Professional and Leadership Development for Engineering Managers” to help work with students on teams and individually on informational interviews, mock interviews, and negotiation techniques. We also work closely with Cornell Engineering Career Center on alumni networking, job search strategies, career fair preparation, interviewing and more. They offer a wide array of services including daily drop-in hours, pre-semester programs, and more.
Career Path Options
The Engineering Management program at Cornell places students in a diverse range of roles from consulting to product management to technical engineering management. Within 3 months of graduation, 93% of students have a full-time opportunity.
- Product Management
- Engineering Leadership
- Data Analytics
- Real Estate Management
Engineering Career Center
Top companies from across the world participate in on-campus recruiting at Cornell University. For questions about Job Search Strategies, Career Fair Preparation, Interviewing and more please contact the Cornell Engineering Career Center. They offer a wide array of services including daily drop-in hours, pre-semester programs, and more.
Visit their website for more information.
Where do Engineering Management students go after graduation?
See some of the career choices our students have made.
For more post graduation data, visit the Post Graduate Survey Dashboard. This database allows users to search survey results for information on positions, geographical location, employers, salaries, and much more.