Offerings: Fall 2016-17
- Marketing-General Marketing Concentration (B.S.B.A.)
- Marketing-Sales Concentration (B.S.B.A.)
- Marketing: Minor for students not majoring in the College of Business
- Marketing: Professional Selling Minor for business majors not majoring in marketing with a sales concentration
- Marketing: Sales Minor for students not majoring in the College of Business
Selling whether it is a product, service or an idea, is an essential function in all organizations. This new concentration will provide business and non-business majors who may consider a career in business, for-profit as well as, not-for-profit, an opportunity to have a focus in sales.
List of Required and Elective Coursework
- Professional Selling
- Sales Management
- Consumer Behavior
- Business-to-Business Buyer Behavior
- Advanced Sales Techniques
- Sales Internship
- And much more
Listing of Satisfied Employers
Aerotek, Neill TSP/Avayda, E&J Gallo, Ferguson, Hershey, Hilti, memoryBlue, Red Ventures, Sanofi Pasteur, TekSystems, Tom James, Total Quality Logistics, Travelers Insurance to name a few.
National: National Collegiate Sales Competition (NCSC)
International: International Collegiate Sales Competition (ICSC)
My courses and internship developed my sales and leadership skills. I have never felt more confident or prepared to enter the sales field. Without the help of my professor and mentor, I wouldn’t have been able to do it. ~ Aisha N.
I never thought I would get a job offer from taking one specific class. When my mentor told me he would like to hire me when I graduate, that was probably the best compliment I ever got. It meant I had proven myself to him through my sales project. ~ Chad B.
Thank you for giving your students real hands-on experience interacting with sales professionals. I was very impressed with what I saw on the day of final role plays….we ALL benefited from the experience. Carol S., Advanced Realty
This was a great project. I was so impressed with how it was organized and what it taught the students. A student’s ability to confidently make a presentation and discuss business in front of other adults the way they did is critical, and I don’t see it much. Melissa C., ThirtyOne Consultant
I must say, I have been very impressed with the level of real life experience provided to students. Every aspect of this course has been very much in line with the type of training we afford our new hires. Kathy T., Wyndham Capital Mortgage