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Master the sales and messaging strategies prepare you to succeed in a wide variety of businesses – public and nonprofit organizations, small businesses, and Fortune 500 companies – or learn how to market your own business.
Choose the programs that best fit your experience level and goals: undergraduate or graduate certificates, or bachelor’s or master’s degrees and degree specializations.
CSU Global’s Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs.
Marketing and communications require a curious disposition and attention to detail, but also provides the flexibility to work in nearly any industry that interests you. Spend your days writing press releases, reviewing market research reports, or developing strategic marketing plans.
Median salary for Market Research Analysts (BLS.gov).
Median salary for Advertising, Promotions, and Marketing Managers (BLS.gov).
Median salary for Top Executives (BLS.gov).
As a Marketing and Communications professional, you’ll have the opportunity to help grow organizations, guide them toward their goals, and help them produce optimal results.
Your education should increase your earning potential, not your monthly bills.
Create a path of lifelong learning that helps you achieve your goals.
You’re going back to school because you’re committed to your success. So are we.
“The time to complete my degree has gone very fast and this has been well worth my time and money. My brain is awoken, and I did not know it was asleep!”
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Are you adaptable, communicative, organized, and both creative and analytical? Then you might have a future in marketing and communication! See how these qualities contribute to your professional growth.
Do you know how to go from entry level to executive in the marketing and communication field? Use this infographic to go from specialist to manager, director, and the almighty C-level officer.