•           Marketing


    Learn and apply marketing skills that allow you to be successful in today's highly competitive business world. Units include: management and communication skills, sales, visual merchandising, job interviewing, product planning, marketing research and advertising. This course will also teach you how to research a business idea, write a business plan, and start your own business. Participation and competition in the national Distributive Education Clubs of America (DECA) student organization is encouraged for all students. Good verbal and written communication skills, time management, and the ability to work with others are qualities that will help a student succeed in this program. For information about articulation, please click here.
    For information about high school credit options, please visit our academic credit guide.
    "The Marketing program was amazing! It gave me a whole new way to look at the business world. I wish I could do it all over again!" - Student 
  • Program Content

    • Functions of Marketing
    • Economics
    • Financial Analysis
    • Promotion & Social Media
    • Product/Service Management
    • Selling Techniques
    • Pricing Strategies
    • Channel Management
    • Entrepreneurship, Risk Management, and Operations
    • Human Resources Management
  • Related Career Fields

    • Advertising Executive
    • Business Owner
    • Buyer
    • Customer Service Representative
    • Inventory Control Specialist
    • Market Research Analyst
    • Promotions Director
    • Retail Manager
    • Sales Associate