Program of Study / Marketing Concentration

Required Major Courses

ACC-220 - Financial Accounting (3.00 cr.)

ACC-221 - Managerial Accounting (3.00 cr.)

BUS-250 - Applied Data Analysis for Business Decisions (3.00 cr.)

BUS-300 - Principles of Management (3.00 cr.)

BUS-310 - International Business (3.00 cr.)

BUS-340 - Business Law (3.00 cr.)

BUS-343 - Operations Management (3.00 cr.)

BUS-348 - Organizational Behavior (3.00 cr.)

BUS-360 - Principles of Marketing (3.00 cr.)

BUS-370 - Corporation Finance (3.00 cr.)

BUS-482 - Marketing Internship (3.00 cr.)

- or -

BUS-485 - Business Experiential Learning (0.00 cr.)

BUS-495 - Business Strategy (3.00 cr.)

ECO-100 - Principles of Macroeconomics (3.00 cr.)

ECO-101 - Principles of Microeconomics (3.00 cr.)

Concentration in Major

BUS-361 - Consumer Behavior (3.00 cr.)


BUS-362 - Social Media Marketing (3.00 cr.)

BUS-365 - Marketing Research (3.00 cr.)

BUS-369 - International Marketing (3.00 cr.)

BUS-466 - Sales Management (3.00 cr.)

BUS-467 - Advertising and Sales Promotion (3.00 cr.)

BUS-468 - Marketing Management and Planning (3.00 cr.)

Note: Students may not earn both a concentration and a minor in Marketing


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