The Marketing major is offered by Western New England University. Today, more than ever, students need to have a competitive advantage as they enter the global business environment. Marketing majors learn how to create marketing strategies and tactics to develop marketing plans. Those who choose Marketing as a major will receive practical experience that will strengthen their skill sets at becoming marketing or marketing research managers.
Preparing you for the real world with experiential learning activities is a key goal of the Marketing major. You'll get a firsthand look at how organizations market themselves with interesting hands-on class assignments. Research projects for companies, organizations, and even city governments provide valuable experience for our students. For example, in the Marketing Research course, students worked with the Springfield Chamber of Commerce constructing a survey, analyzing data, and making a final presentation to the client. In our Sales and Sales Management course, students compete on the local and national levels with their digital presentations that are judged by professionals in companies such as Northwestern Mutual.
Graduates find career opportunities as marketing managers, product and brand managers, marketing analysts, and marketing research specialists at a variety of local, regional, and national businesses. The marketing major also prepares students for graduate-level education. The Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts a 9 percent increase for marketing manager jobs (19,700 positions) by 2024.
The best business schools in the world are accredited by AACSB International—The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. Western New England University is the only private institution in western Massachusetts accredited by AACSB International and among fewer than 5% of business schools in the world to hold this accreditation.
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*12-18 credit hours per term.
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