The Marketing Certificate prepares students for entry-level positions in business and industry, including retail and wholesale. Potential employment opportunities include customer service, advertising, sales, and merchandising. The certificate articulates to the Associate of Applied Science (AAS) Degree in Business Management.
Note: Students are strongly advised to have word processing skills for the BA classes. While not required, it is the student's responsibility to apply correct keyboarding skills and written communication formats.
|BA 115 ||Business Math|
|BA 138 ||Written Business Communication|
|BA 159 ||Sales Management|
|BA 160 ||Supervision Techniques|
|BA 170 ||Introduction to Advertising|
|BA 225 ||Career Management|
|IT 100 ||Introduction to Computers|
|IT 102 ||Windows|
|IT 120 ||PowerPoint|
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