One benefit Cornell receives from being part of the Associated Colleges of the Midwest is the opportunity for select students to spend a semester studying off-campus in an ACM program. The ACM provides off-campus study opportunities outside of course curriculum to students attending any ACM school.
The Business, Entrepreneurship & Society course is a semester-long exploration of the intersections of entrepreneurship, business and the liberal arts. Students take a Core Course which gives them a comprehension of Chicago and a Business, Entrepreneurship, and Society seminar. They complete an internship and an independent study project. In exchange, they are awarded course credit at Cornell.