When it comes to the programs and resources that Executive Programs is fortunate to draw from, it’s an embarrassment of riches. Our location in the Poole College of Management—the only business school in North Carolina expressly chartered to focus on the management of technology—gives us full and immediate access to a number of initiatives, programs and curricula. We call these “Centers of Excellence,” and it’s easy to see why:
- Whether designed to serve and promote an industry, a capability or degree candidates, these initiatives boast stellar team members and a growing stakeholder base
- They command the respect and involvement of local executives at some of the most influential technology and bioscience companies in the world
- Business Collaboratories are inspired, influenced and informed by our close relationship with these Centers of Excellence.
The BioSciences Management Initiative
This one-of-a-kind program consistently exemplifies leadership with its MBA program, custom bioscience collaboratories, corporate engagement programs and student practica. The educators and industry advisors associated with this initiative play a major role in shaping Business Collaboratories with clients in this industry. Learn more.
Enterprise Risk Management (ERM)
ERM’s faculty and staff provide thought leadership of ERM—defined as an integrated process of identifying, assessing and managing the overall risks of an organization that provides a broader framework for managing risk while maximizing shareholder value– through coursework, research, executive education, and resources. Learn more.
Master’s in Global Innovation Management (MGIM)
MGIM is a unique, year-long Master’s degree program that represents a partnership between the College and one of France’s leading business schools, the IAE Aix Graduate School of Management in Puyricard. Learn more.
Supply Chain Resource Cooperative (SCRC)
The SCRC is a unique industry/university partnership of NC State faculty and students and 15 to 20 national and international companies seeking to achieve supply chain excellence. It brings applied research and new knowledge creation to bear on industry challenges through faculty and student interaction with companies in student projects and faculty research. Learn more.
Technology Entrepreneurship & Commercialization (TEC)
TEC teaches graduate students from business and technical disciplines the innovation and entrepreneurial processes necessary to transform new technology platforms into successful businesses. Learn more.