Management (M)

M 100  Personal and Professional Identity Development  (1 credit hours)  

Personal and Professional Identity Development is a one-hour Poole required course which will help you learn about and develop multiple facets of your social and cultural identity, your strengths, and about how these things interrelate with leadership and career choices. By exploring the diverse components of your personal identity, you will have a better understanding of how you relate to and interact with others in a global business market. Through this course, you will learn about yourself, others and how you can use your strengths and your identity to create an action plan for future success at NC State, become engaged in your local community and engage in career path exploration.

R: Poole College of Management Students Only

GEP U.S. Diversity

Typically offered in Fall and Spring

M 120  Professional Development and Career Planning  (1 credit hours)  

The Professional Development Course is a one-credit hour course designed to give you the tools necessary to start your career. The course involves thoughtful self-assessment, career exploration, planning and follow-through with preliminary employment strategies. Taking advantage of the opportunities in this course will aid you in your transition from college student to intern to professional employee. The course navigates you through a more direct route to your long-term career goals by anticipating and acquiring the essential skill sets and experiences for an internship or entry-level job that will be the best starting point for your career.

R: Poole College of Management Students Only

Typically offered in Fall and Spring

M 298  Special Topics in Management  (1-6 credit hours)  

Presentation of material normally not available in regular course offering.

Typically offered in Fall, Spring, and Summer

M 299  Professional Internship in Management  (1 credit hours)  

Poole College of Management students participating in an approved internship with an organization providing no monetary compensation and where academic credit is required will have an opportunity to gain real world insight and experience into the day-to

Management Students Only

Typically offered in Fall, Spring, and Summer

M 300  Leadership and Professional Development  (1 credit hours)  

This course is specifically designed for new Peer Leaders and Ambassadors in the Poole College of Management. The goal of the course is to give students the necessary skills to become effective leaders and representatives both within and outside of the College. As a part of this course, students will attend Poole College of Management events/activities. Some topics we will discuss are: professional networking, communication, leadership, working in groups, and presentation skills.

Typically offered in Fall only

M 380  Doing Business Globally  (3 credit hours)  

International academic and cultural immersion into how business is conducted in a specific country/region abroad. Interdisciplinary exploration of political, and economic factors as they impact global business practices. Focus on key macro-environmental influences within a specific country/region as contrasted to those in the United States.

Restricted to: Study Abroad Students Only

GEP Interdisciplinary Perspectives

Typically offered in Summer only

M 399  International Business Dual Degree Student Professional Internship in Management  (1-6 credit hours)  

International Business Dual Degree students participating in an approved internship with an organization will have an opportunity to gain real world insight and experience into the day-to-day functions and responsibilities encountered in the professiona

R: Poole College of Management major enrolled in the International Business Dual Degree Program

Typically offered in Fall, Spring, and Summer