UA 150.200 Preliminary Inventory to the Poole College of Management Publications, 1991-2009

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Includes Jumpstart, MBA, College of Management booklet, (2005); Supply Chain Resource Consortium Newsletter, Spring 2005; The Management Portfolio, Fall 2005; Faculty Speakers Bureau brochure, undated; Master's Degrees in Economics brochure, undated; Enterprise Risk Management Initiative brochure and booklet, , undated; Turning Technologies into Businesses flyer, undated; Center for Innovation Management Studies (CIMS) brochure, undated

Quantity

1.0 linear foot 1 archival storage box and 2 half boxes.

General Physical Description note

1 archival box, 1 archival half box

Language

English

Acquisitions Information

Transferred from North Carolina State University, College of Management.

Processing

Processed by: Special Collections staff;machine-readable finding aid created by: Todd Kosmerick

Scope and Content Note

Contained here are publications from the College of Management and its subordinate units.

Historical Note

The College of Management at North Carolina State University was created in 1992, and its MBA program was established in 2002. The history of economics, business, and management education at North Carolina State University goes back to the early 1900s. A School of Science and Business existed from 1923 until the 1930s. After this date some economics and business courses were available in the Basic Division and later the School of Humanities and Social Sciences (later CHASS). Agricultural economics courses were available in the School (later College) of Agriculture and Life Sciences.

In the early 1970s, the university again began offering undergraduate degrees in business management and accounting through the Department of Economics and Business in CHASS. The Master of Science in Management degree was launched in 1976.

In December 2010 the college received a naming gift which resulted in it being called the Lonnie C. Poole, Jr. College of Management.

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[Identification of item], North Carolina State University, College of Management Publications, UA 150.200, Special Collections Research Center, North Carolina State University Libraries, Raleigh, NC

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