Business, Office, Technology
Marketing & Management
This career field offers in-depth instruction in Sales, Customer Service, Marketing, Advertising, Financial Management, Human Resource Management, Business Law, and Small Business Management. The Business Technology Certificate is a short-term option that teaches about basic business. The Associate of Applied Science Degree allows you to pursue a variety of occupational opportunities.
What Jobs Can I Get?
- Small Business
- Public Relations
- Direct Marketing
- Industrial Buying
- Customer Service
- Retail Management
- Product Management
- Restaurant Management
- Ownership & Management
- Distribution Management Sales
How Long Will it Take?
MARKETING & MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATE
OF APPLIED SCIENCE DEGREE
4 semesters + summer (2 years)
BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY TECHNICAL CERTIFICATE
2 semesters (1 year)
Why Marketing & Management at EITC?
- Low Cost
- Great Value
- High Job Placement
- Excellent Student-to-Teacher Ratio
- Real-World Preparation for Careers in Marketing,
Merchandising or Management
- Network With Other College Students and Company Recruiters at State/National Competitions
What Real Students Say
"The Marketing and Management program at EITC has opened my eyes to different opportunities. My advisors are wonderful and I truly feel like they care. With the experiences that I have encountered with EITC I feel like I am really going places!"
"I've learned a lot about marketing products and managing people. This program is transforming me into the person I want to be."
Gainful Employment Information
For admissions information visit http://www.eitc.edu/admissions.cfm.
Tuition and Fees
Program term and length are calculated based on full-time enrollment(12 credits per term). Fees per term are calculated based on full-time enrollment.
On-time graduation is defined as completing the specified program in the allotted time period. Not all programs had completers during the 2010-2011 academic year. On-time completion rates are not reported for programs with fewer than 10 completers in order to protect student privacy.
Occupations with each program area were identified using Department of Labor ONET Crosswalks.
Median Loan Amount
No data reported - fewer than 10 students in 2011-2012.