The Jenkins MBA faculty is committed to incorporating research into our courses through a cross-curricular teaching model that focuses on technology and entrepreneurship. To date:
- Our quest for uncovering meaningful new knowledge has contributed to NC State investing over $400 million in research expenditures.
- More than 500 students have helped real-world start-ups raise $220 million through our HiTEC Program. This initiative unites NC State graduate students from various disciplines to assess new technologies for commercialization potential.
- NC State Jenkins MBA faculty actively engage in research, develop new curricula, and participate in outreach activities. Our faculty members regularly contribute to scholarly journals and conference presentations and are esteemed leaders in their fields.
- Many of our students enter the program holding technical, engineering, and science degrees. Focus on fortifying skills through innovative coursework and real-world experience with corporate partners.
Poole Professors Named Editors of the Financial Review
Two NC State Poole College of Management professors were selected to serve as the next editors of its peer-reviewed journal, The Financial Review.
An Economic Impact Analysis of the U.S. Bioproducts Industry
USDA announced the release of the BioBased Economy Study, completed by NC State's Professor Robert Handfield, in collaboration with Duke University.
More than 200 corporate partners
supporting programs like practicum projects