Bachelor of Science in Business Management with a concentration in Marketing
Marketing professionals play a critical role in the success of many products and services. They’re involved in creating theme lines and ads as well as handling consumer research and developing marketing strategies. They work in sales, advertising, promotion, product development and public relations for companies and their agencies. This is a highly competitive and very rewarding field.
College graduates with strong communications and computer skills will have the best career prospects. Job growth will be stimulated by intense domestic and global competition in products and services. In addition, because of the high visibility of this work, effective marketing professionals are often leading candidates for career advancement.
Successful marketing professionals bring to their work the ability to develop, visualize, communicate and analyze ideas. They must design brands and pricing strategies that maximize profits while also ensuring customer satisfaction. To this end, they are flexible, energetic and empowering leaders with strong intuitive skills.
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