Program TypeMajor, Minor
Degrees OfferedB.A., B.S.
SchoolGary Tharaldson School of Business
Move a brand from awareness to consumer engagement. Use market research to enhance your organization’s bottom line.
Need an Online Option?
You can earn your marketing bachelor’s entirely online in a format specifically designed for working adults.
What You’ll Learn
You’ll explore how brands are created, strengthened, and sustained in the digital age. You’ll master product and service positioning and promotion, market research, and consumer demand.
- Learn from Trusted Faculty with Real-world Experience
You’ll be mentored by faculty who bring their first-hand knowledge and experience of the business world into their classrooms. Our program is accredited through the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education.
- Become a Leader
All business majors are encouraged to participate in the Emerging Leaders Academy, which offers one-on-one mentorship with community business leaders.
- Earn Your Degree on Your Time
Students can complete the marketing program in less time and graduate with less debt through Year-Round Campus.
- Work in a Team Setting
You’ll work with a team to develop strategic solutions to real-world business and marketing challenges.
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Careers & Outcomes
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects employment opportunities for advertising, promotions, and marketing management positions to grow 6% through 2032, faster than the average for all occupations. These positions will likely gain in importance as organizations look to expand their market share.
- Brand Manager
- Media Planner
- Market Researcher
- Advertising Executive
- Sales Director
- Public Relations Representative
- Digital Marketing Manager
- Social Media Specialist
- Event Planner
- Marketing Department Manager
Chad Prososki, JD
Program Director of Marketing, Assistant Professor, Fellow in Catholic Studies
At the University of Mary we focus on encouraging student growth in spirituality and ethics, communication, critical thinking, and global stewardship. In my classes, I work to offer opportunities to engage in each of these areas. By also seeking to understand different viewpoints, students become able to arrive at and share their own thoughts and conclusions much more clearly with others. Today more than ever, I believe that formation of the whole person and development of the ability to think and communicate effectively sets people apart personally and professionally, in whatever their chosen fields may be.