Reach Consumers Through Various Channels, Driving Sales and Revenue
As a marketing major at UCF, you’ll gain hands-on experience with conducting market research, gathering information on consumers and competitors, deploying campaigns, increasing the bottom line and analyzing various metrics. Learn what it takes to succeed in this face-paced industry and succeed in positions ranging from global companies to local businesses.
Align your personal and professional goals with your coursework by choosing from two tracks: marketing management and professional selling. Each provides you with the hands-on training and knowledge needed to succeed in the industry.
Marketing Management Track
Gain the knowledge and skills necessary to excel in entry-level positions in marketing management, product/brand management, or positions in retail, sales, market research or promotion.
Professional Selling Track
Prepare for a position in business-to-business selling, with the potential to advance into either sales management or marketing management.
Upon graduation you’ll have the opportunity to break into a variety of interesting and challenging career paths such as marketing and product management, professional selling, retailing, advertising, e-business, marketing research, sport marketing, procurement, distribution and logistics, and public relations. Continuing your education through a Master’s in Business Administration can also open more doors to career advancement and help you stand out from the competition.
Please note, the marketing degree is not eligible for a double degree with another College of Business Administration major.
Undergraduate Application Deadlines
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Explore marketing issues with emphasis on strategy formulation and integrative marketing decision making.
Digital Media Marketing
Learn about how to apply various contemporary digital media technologies in the marketing decision-making process.
Assume a strategic view of organizations and integrate and apply material learned in your business courses to modern organizational problems and opportunities.
Marketing Skills You'll Learn
- Create and manage communications information about a product or service to a specified target audience.
- Build interpersonal communication skills in order to more effectively and efficiently work with various teams in an organization.
- Gain an understanding of consumer research to ensure success within competitive marketplaces.
- Boost consumer engagement and strengthen brand loyalty through traditional and digital strategies.
- Increase the bottom line by researching, planning and developing solutions that gain a competitive edge.
- Account Coordinator
- Brand Specialist
- Content Marketer
- Marketing Specialist
- Market Research Analyst
- Production Coordinator
- SEO Specialist
- Social Media Coordinator
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