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Marketing Degree

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Marketing is strategy. It's part of good business development and can have a major impact on sales and overall business growth. Through marketing processes, companies and organizations determine what products or services interest their customers.

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics for Marketing:

  • Median Salary (Marketing Manager): $135,900

  • Number of Jobs (in US) Marketing Manager: 314,900 

  • Growth by 2029: 6% 

 

Why Walsh?

  • Theory meets experience. Walsh's Marketing coursework blends marketing theory with experiential, or hands-on, practical learning, throughout the four years of study.
  • Global awareness. We focus on marketing on a national level, and our curriculum is taught with an emphasis on global perspective. In addition, Walsh students have the opportunity to study global marketing abroad from Walsh's Rome campus
  • Marketing as business. We emphasize on how marketing acts as a business function and can be used as a method of creating sustainability.
  • Responsible best-practices. Ethical, social, moral and personal responsibility is threaded throughout the coursework and embedded in our students' classroom and experiential learning.
  • Diverse curriculum. Students take a wide variety of marketing courses. They earn a well-rounded education that makes them qualified for numerous tracks in the marketing field.
Thomas Wilks
Class of 2022

Major: Marketing

Football led Thomas Wilks to Walsh University but, once here, he found so much more. At the suggestion of his high school football coach, Wilks added Walsh to his list of colleges to visit, and the rest was history.  “To be honest, I believe I was destined to attend Walsh University. During my recruitment visit, Coach Fankhauser pulled me aside to let me know how much I was wanted at Walsh University as a football player but, more importantly, as a student,” Wilks recalled. “Walsh is a perfect fit for me as an athlete and a student of Christian faith.”

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