Marketing is a field that will never get tired or boring. It's constantly evolving.
- Marketing is a dynamic and exciting field of study that changes as rapidly as the technology and communication tools around us do.
- Career opportunities exist in advertising, digital marketing, e-commerce, corporate communications, media relations, government and non-profits.
- Take specialized coursework in international marketing, advertising, sales and marketing research taught by experienced professionals working in the field.
- Who should consider a degree in marketing? Those who describe themselves as a people-person, creative thinker, big picture person, or left-brained. If those qualities fit your personality, chances are, you are a great candidate for a marketing degree.
- Econ 100: Principals of Economics (4 cr.)
- Econ 135: Applied Statistics (4 cr.)
- Magt 131: Management Concepts (4 cr.)
- Mktg 234: Marketing (4 cr.)
- Mktg 305: Sales and Sales Management (4 cr.)
- Mktg 336: International Marketing (4 cr.)
- Mktg 338: Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and New Product Marketing (4 cr.)
- Mktg 341: Advertising (4 cr.)
- Mktg 342: Consumer Behavior (4 cr.)
- Mktg 370: Marketing Research (4 cr.)
- Mktg 385: Strategic Marketing (4 cr.)
I’m so happy I went back and encourage others to do the same. It really made a difference in my life not only professionally, but with my confidence level personally.