The MBA in Marketing provides graduates with the skills they need to progress in their marketing career or move into the field of marketing. Students will explore the major areas of the field including new product development, sales management, advertising promotions, services marketing, and international marketing. The Marketing MBA is a 15 course, 45 credit hour degree program that leads to a Masters in Business Administration degree and a certificate in Marketing. Students interested in learning more should click here. To apply, visit www.brenau.edu/apply.
Brenau also offers the option to students, who already hold a graduate degree, to earn the Marketing Certificate by completing the 5 required courses in the Marketing Concentration curriculum.
Foundation Courses – 6 hours
To enhance their success in the program, students are required to take BA 500 MBA Foundations (3 hours) and BA507 Introduction to Business Communications (3 hours). These courses must be completed before starting the other MBA coursework.
Core Classes – 24 hours
The core curriculum is taught online or at one of our 5 campuses. There are 8 courses in the MBA core curriculum:
BA 642 Cross-Cultural Business Challenges
BA 670 Integrated Business Operations
AC 721 Budgeting for Managers
BA 787 Global Economics
MG 729 Management & Organizational Behavior
BA 723 Financial Management
MK 715 Marketing Management
BA 799 Strategic Management & Policy
Concentration Courses – 15 hours
Concentration courses are usually taught online. Students take 5 courses to complete the concentration:
MK 762 Channel Development and Key Account Management
MK 758 New Media and Marketing Communication
MK 780 Product Development and Innovation
MK 782 International Marketing
MK 778 Service Marketing and Differentiation
Marketing Program Director, Dr. Linda Barton, holds a Ph.D. from Manchester Business School, the University of Manchester, an MBA from Durham University, and a Bachelor’s in Psychology from the University of Bradford, all in the UK. Prior to joining Brenau, she was an instructor and visiting scholar at Penn State University, a visiting instructor at the University of Akron, and a marketing/brand manager at the Nestle Food Company, Inc. in the UK and Dole Packaged Foods, Inc. in the US. Dr. Barton’s research interests include consumer behavior, marketing strategy, and social media.
She can be contacted at 770-531-3173 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Please note: Financial aid cannot be awarded to students who have not been officially admitted to the university.
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