• Business Administration
  • Business Administration - Marketing Concentration


    The Marketing concentration prepares graduates to contribute to the corporate, entrepreneurial, non-profit, and public sectors by having the skill to identify customer needs, develop products and services to serve those needs, make those products and services available, and assure that users have the awareness and interest to use them. In addition to opening doors to employment upon graduation, the marketing major opens minds to the importance of working with others and appreciating the diversity of ways people both perceive and satisfy their needs.

     

    Core Business Major Requirements

    One statistics course chosen from the following:

    One communication course chosen from the following:

    One writing course chosen from the following:

    Marketing Concentration - 5 Courses

    Two courses chosen from the following:

    • MKTG 3980 - Special Topics
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  • Jim Hagen

    Professor Jim Hagen Featured at AJBS

    Hamline School of Business professor Jim Hagen was featured at the 27th annual meeting of the Association of Japanese Studies (AJBS).

  • Impressive Internships

    Impressive Internships

    Amanda Enstad, a double major in international business and Spanish, was an events planning intern at Comunidades Latinas Unidas en Servicio (CLUES).

  • Holt Fellowship

    Holt Endowed Fellowship

    The Holt Endowed Fellowship provides financial support to make meaningful learning experiences possible for Hamline School of Business undergraduate students.