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Guided by expert faculty, Poole College of Management students learn by doing, gaining career-launching knowledge and experience, applying what they learn in the classroom to real world projects with partner companies, competitions and other opportunities.

Preparing Career-Ready Professionals

As a student in the Poole College of Management, you gain a solid business foundation with in-depth training in your chosen field. Our emphasis on experiential learning, corporate partnerships, international and honors programs, and research opportunities are designed to enable you to make an immediate impact in the working world.

From day one, you will dive into core coursework that provides a comprehensive business perspective and join in out-of-classroom experiences that build professionalism. By your junior year, you will be equipped to move into advanced courses in your chosen field. Come graduation, you will have acquired the tools, knowledge, personal and professional development needed to be competitive in today’s multicultural, global marketplace.

Rising to the Next Challenge

Poole College of Management graduate programs share an emphasis on applied learning, which attracts top faculty widely recognized for their research and industry experience. Alongside these professors and our diverse community of leading industry partners, you’ll learn to tackle real-world challenges and gain vital career-building skills.

Experiential Learning Gets Students Ready to Work

Experiential learning — the process through which students develop knowledge, skills and values from direct experiences — plays an important role in furthering student outcomes. From mock interviews that prepare students for the job hunt to student groups pitching business strategies to local startups, Poole College of Management finds ways to think critically — and creatively — in the classroom.

Driving Knowledge and Innovation

Collaboration takes center stage for Poole College of Management faculty, who partner with colleagues across the university as well as global corporations to support research, develop new curricula and enrich outreach.