All Cornell Tech programs run from September to May of the following year (with the exception of two-year programs, which also conclude in May).

Historically, over 80% of students graduating each year seek full-time employment and almost all students in the two-year programs (MS in IS, Health Tech, and Connective Media) look for summer internships.

The cross-disciplinary curriculum at Cornell Tech and the practical experience of working on teams with peers across programs prepare our students for a variety of careers in large companies and startups. A number of our students across programs have been startup founders prior to Cornell Tech or bring significant tech industry experience as product managers, marketers, or engineers. As the academic program at Cornell Tech provides business education to engineers and technical skills to business students, we encourage employers to consider students from all relevant programs for potential roles.