School and Ranking Information
Those seeking international business studies in or near Raleigh, NC, have only three schools to choose from. Of the three, one of these schools is a for-profit institution, and the others are public or private not-for-profit universities. Based on school type, size and ranking, the following public university is considered a top school for international business studies in Raleigh:
- Winner: North Carolina State University - Raleigh offers a graduate level program in global management. It is the largest university in the Raleigh area offering studies relating to international business and the only public school in the area to do so.
School Info Chart
|Category||North Carolina State University - Raleigh|
|Ranking|| #95 (tied) Best National Universities,
#65 Best Graduate Business Schools (2015)*
|Location||Raleigh, North Carolina|
|School Type||4-year, public|
|Tuition & Fees (2013-2014)||Undergrad: $8,206 (in state); $21,661 (out-of-state)**|
|International Business Degrees Offered||Master's|
|Undergraduate Graduation Rate (in 150% of normal degree time) for 2007 Entering Class||74%**|
|Noteworthy||Programs in the Poole College of Management accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB)|
Sources: *U.S. News and World Report; **NCES College Navigator
North Carolina State University - Raleigh
- Global management program offers a summer internship taken in the U.S. or abroad
- Optional opportunities to work on innovation projects in sponsored professional settings
- College of Management has working relationship with over 170 innovative companies located in Raleigh
North Carolina State University - Raleigh is a public, research-intensive school with a student population of about 34,000 students per year. The university is made up of 12 schools and colleges, and offers nearly 300 degree programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
The school's 1-year Master of Global Innovation Management (MGIM) program is designed to supplement the business education of students who already have an academic background in a technology-related or scientific field. Students learn how to properly manage new technical and scientific innovations on a global scale. This dual master's degree program awards students with a degree from North Carolina State University as well as a degree from Universite Paul Cezanne (IAE) Graduate School of Management in France.
Classes are held both on the U.S. campus and abroad, and the program includes one semester spent in each location. Courses held at the campus in France include financial analysis, marketing management, strategy and innovation, innovation management and network innovation. Courses held at NCSU's campus include project management, management of technology and business relationship management. Electives cover entrepreneurship, technology and law and product development.