M.S. in Marketing

Program Highlights

  • Only 36 credit hours (approx. 12 courses) vs. 53 credit hours for an MBA
  • Can be completed in 1 to 1.5 years
  • Marketing focused: take 10 of the required 12 courses in a marketing area
  • No prerequisites required
  • Previous work experience is desirable but not required
  • Five tracks to choose from:
    1. Advertising and Brand Management
    2. Digital Advertising & Marketing
    3. Marketing Analytics and Market Research
    4. Marketing Management
    5. Product Management
  • Optional academic certificates at no additional cost
  • Financial aid and scholarships
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