With a solid foundation in business and hands-on learning opportunities, graduates of the marketing program are well-prepared for today's competitive business world.
What Can Students Do With A Career In Marketing?
Marketing makes things happen. Nothing happens in business without a sale. Someone has to make something that someone else finds valuable and is willing to pay for in order to obtain it. Therefore, some marketers conduct research (marketing research determines what is that valuable thing and who would like to own it) while others focus on product development (product managers determine how to make that valuable thing). Still others are focused on telling the customer what it is that makes that thing valuable (e.g., brand analysts, brand consultants, advertising creatives, advertising account managers, advertising media specialists, brand managers, category managers, trade promotion managers, consumer promotion managers, etc.).
Common Marketing-Related Job Titles
- Assistant Product Manager
- Market Research Analyst
- Marketing Analyst
- Marketing Assistant
- Sales Representative
- Supply Chain Analyst
Places Where Recent Wittenberg Marketing Graduates Are Working
- iHeart Media
- JP Morgan Chase
- Sherwin Williams
Marketing Major Requirements
Marketing in the News
Colin Laszlo '19: Colin Laszlo ’19 Chose Wittenberg "Because it Felt Like Home"
Jenna Bluemlein '20: Jenna Bluemlein ’20 has Found a Home Away From Home Here at Wittenberg (published October 10, 2019)
Megan Selby '20: Taking it all in while studying abroad in Denmark (published June 7, 2019)
#LifeAtWitt Justin Luby '19: Senior Justin Luby found more than just a college at Wittenberg (published May 7, 2019)