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2023-2024 Undergraduate & Graduate Catalog

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Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing

Requirements for the B.B.A.

Core Courses

All business core courses acquaint you with various fields in business and help you learn to communicate, to interact, and to assume responsible positions in your chosen field.

For the B.B.A., you must complete the following courses.

Students are required to select one class from the following list. This course may count toward the major or minor if applicable.

Required Business Electives

Three upper-division Seidman College of Business courses are not applied to the major or minor (nine credits total). However, these courses can be applied toward a second business major if one is declared.

Elective Courses

Students may elect nonbusiness or business courses to fulfill their elective course requirements. Students may apply up to six hours of internship and independent research credit, in any combination, toward their degree requirements. Business majors may not take any of the major courses, except the internship and study abroad courses, on a credit/no-credit basis.

Requirements for a Major in Marketing

This 18-credit-hour emphasis is application-oriented and stresses interaction with many leading regional business organizations.

Required Courses

Business core:

Quantitative group - choose one:

Professional Sales Emphasis

This emphasis is designed to provide students interested in sales the appropriate knowledge and skills to become a professional salesperson. The focus of the emphasis is directed toward the utilization of selling strategies and skills necessary for the sales professionals in contemporary marketing organizations. Specific attention is directed toward business-to-business conditions and the relationships required of salespeople in these situations. Students with this emphasis obtain sales positions for business-to-business firms, including manufacturers, wholesalers, and retailers of goods and services.

Required Courses

Business core:

Quantitative group - choose one:

Distribution and Logistics

The field of distribution and logistics focuses on designing and implementing the best strategy for companies to use in physically getting goods to their customers in a way that maximizes customer service and minimizes total logistics costs. Attention is directed towards the strategic management of distribution assets, customer service, finished goods inventory control, transportation, warehousing and international distribution planning. Students graduating with a logistics background are employed in a number of industries, with strong demand nationally in the auto industry, appliances industry, grocery industry, retail chain sector, wholesale sector, and each of the transportation modes.

Business core:

Quantitative group - choose one:

Marketing Program Description

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