Whether on a smartphone or through other forms of media, your audience needs to connect to the product, service or experience you are marketing.

The Marketing major is designed to give you the skills to create and implement marketing strategies that attract and connect with customers. The knowledge you gain through the program will help you thrive in the ever-changing world of marketing no matter your career interest area: Sales, advertising, marketing research, product management, retailing, international business and marketing management.

What Will I Learn?

  • Students will be knowledgeable about the business disciplines.
  • Students will be effective communicators and team members.
  • Students will be competent in the application of technology.
  • Students will be knowledgeable about global business practice and managing a diverse workforce.
  • Students will be knowledgeable about ethical principles and their application.
  • Students will apply critical thinking skills to business situations.

View the full list of program goals on the Hub for Teaching and Learning site.

Marketing Major Requirements - 21 Credits

  • Required Courses

    MKT 402 - Marketing Management
    MKT 454 - Marketing Research

  • Choose Five Courses

    ENT 400 - Introduction to Entrepreneurship
    DS 310 - Data Mining for Business Intelligence
    MKT 360 - Marketing and Society
    MKT 363 - Digital Consumer Search and Marketing
    MKT 382 - Understanding Customers
    MKT 434 - Sales Management and Personal Selling
    MKT 436 - Business to Business Marketing
    MKT 455 - E-tailing and Retailing
    MKT 458 - Advertising (formerly Communications Strategy and New Media)
    MKT 457 - Global Marketing and Consumer Culture
    MKT 463 - Digital Analytics and Content
    MKT 471 - Entrepreneurial Marketing
    MKT 488 - Seminar: Marketing
    MKT 498 - Independent Research: Marketing (Must obtain instructor approval in advance)
    OM 460 - Supply Chain Management
    ISM / ITM 371 - Managing Electronic Commerce Systems
    ISM / ITM 382 - Advanced Computer Applications

Making the Most of Your Major

There are opportunities to develop skills and connect with others interested in accounting beyond the classroom. Check out the Marketing Major Map to get a more detailed, year-by-year view of how you can learn, engage, network and prepare for life after graduation.

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