Business Administration - Marketing
From concept to customer, learn to identify and communicate the value or product or service in today’s market.
Learn to determine consumer needs, evaluate marketing opportunities, establish target segments and develop and communicate a marketing strategy for success in business.
Graduates are prepared for careers in all aspects of marketing, including social media, business to business, indigenous marketing and e-marketing, within all organization types – consulting firms, all service and industrial sector firms, government, band councils, public agencies, as well as private enterprise.
Courses in venture initiation and venture launching have allowed students to gain an edge against competition by starting their own marketing or communications/production firms while earning their degree credits.
Develop practical skills through collaboration and experiential exercises, role-plays and case studies.
Graduates contemplate a multitude of career options they can explore as early as possible during their university studies. Bilingual and mutlilingual graduates have embraced international marketing careers in manufacturing as well as in several primary sector industries or with Canadian and foreign government agencies. Some career options in the public and private sector include, but are not limited to:
- Marketing specialist, social media marketing specialist, sales representative, purchasing agent, client account manager, market analyst, marketing manager, product line manager, advertising and public relations manager, sales manager, distribution, operations and/or logistics manager, marketing specialist for indigenous communities, arts and entertainment marketing specialist, international marketing officer.
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