2 Degrees, 1 Year
The Dual Degree Masters Program, Master of Global Innovation Management
The MGIM Global, Dual Degree provides technically and scientifically-oriented graduates the business (innovation) skills to gain the competitive advantage in the international job market.
The Jenkins Graduate School of Management, part of the North Carolina State University College of Management in Raleigh, N.C. – (in partnership with) the Université Paul Cézanne IAE Graduate School of Management in Puyricard near Aix-en-Provence, France are offering a new masters degree in Global Innovation Management, beginning fall 2008. Students in the program will come from around the world and classes will be held in both France and the United States.
- This one-year program awards two master degrees from North Carolina State University and Universite Paul Cezanne
- North Carolina State University IAE – Université Paul Cézanne
The curriculum is designed to give engineering, science and other technology-oriented students a strong exposure to core business management skills while providing in-depth exposure to a host of global innovation management issues. It was designed specifically for students who are looking to create a personal competitive advantage for today’s global job market.
Students will be taught by international professors who are leaders in their fields. Interactions with global firms will occur both in the classroom and via internships. The Master of Global Innovation Management was designed to respond to a growing need identified by U.S. and European (international) companies, who report that they are seeking “technically trained graduates who have a global perspective, who can think outside the box, and who can efficiently transfer technology markets and make an immediate, positive impact at our company.”
- Training in critical core
- Developing globally oriented, creative mind-set
- Enhancing business communication skills
- Managing projects from conceptualization to commercialization