Whether you’re driving down the highway or watching TV from your couch, you see advertisements everywhere. To create successful campaigns brands rely on marketing-savvy professionals who understand consumer behaviors and industry trends. In Post University’s marketing degree program, you will study these topics and more as you prepare for a marketing career as a customer relationship manager, social media marketer, public relations and fundraising manager, retail manager, sales account executive, or communications specialist.
Program HighlightsThrough analysis of current markets, you will learn to develop and measure the effectiveness of marketing strategies in business-to-business, business-to-consumer and consumer-to-consumer segments across all sectors of the marketplace — locally, nationally and globally. You will also gain job-oriented knowledge and skills in:
To reach your specific career goals, you can add specialized marketing courses in General Marketing, Sales Management or International Marketing.
At Post University, we provide an educational experience that goes beyond curriculum and better prepares you for the real world once you get your degree. Our instructors are professional practitioners who bring years of experience from a variety of marketing jobs into the classroom, and they are always available to offer advice through any challenges you may face during your educational journey.
Digital MarketingFeaturing courses investigating Social Media marketing and Internet-specific media, students in this concentration will learn about companies that specialize in these areas, as well as the impact and use of social media, the internet, and interactive media to market to specific online audiences.
General MarketingThis concentration allows you to further expand your marketing knowledge with relevant upper-level electives.
Integrated Marketing CommunicationsBeyond theory, this concentration gives students hands-on opportunities to learn how to develop integrated marketing pieces for traditional or online delivery – or both – and ensure message consistency across platforms. International MarketingIn this concentration, you will be introduced to the challenges associated with managing marketing operations in international companies and concepts and ideas for solving them. Your courses will cover logistics management, international economics, multi-cultural consumers and more.
Sales ManagementThrough courses in marketing management, customer relationship management, and sales force management and leadership, you will learn to create successful long-term growth for brands and companies, while building meaningful connections and relationships with customers and employees.
Sport MarketingStudents in this concentration will learn what it takes to explore marketing career opportunities in a variety of sport-specific venues – professional, amateur and collegiate. Upon completion, they’ll be able to lead marketing efforts at sports venues or online, from promotions to merchandising to advertising.
Get personal support as you pursue an exciting career in marketing. Contact us to enroll in our Connecticut-based or online marketing degree program today.This degree program is nationally accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).
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