Executive Education

Executive Education

Marketing and Retailing

Programs that Position You for Promotion

Marketing jobs are highly coveted -- and competition is fierce, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

You can differentiate yourself by becoming the go-to marketer who continuously brings knowledge, fresh insights and proven strategies to your organization.

The University of St. Thomas has challenging, relevant programs that help you:

  • Learn new marketing theories and best practices
  • Inspire and lead positive changes in your marketing function
  • Better align with your organization’s business objectives
  • Improve performance and results
  • Get noticed and rewarded

Mini Master of Marketing Management


Business Communication

Mini Master of Business Communication


Digital Marketing Certificate

Internet Marketing Essentials
Digital Advertising Strategies
Marketing Data Analysis: Design, Dissect, Decide


Attend an online webinar to learn more about our Social Media Marketing Certificate Programs.

 

Social Media Marketing Certificate

Internet Marketing Essentials
Introduction to Social Media Marketing
Advanced Social Media Marketing


Nonprofit Marketing

Fundraising: Maximizing Development Results through Marketing and Communication

Stay Focused

“Less Really Is More In A Marketing Mix: Six Mantras To Keep You Focused,” (Forbes.com) provides useful tips on the best way to stay focused in your marketing campaigns in order to. Kern Lewis explains, “Most businesses lack [focus], and dissipate their scarce marketing dollars on too many diverse and unconnected initiatives. Marketing must be elegant in its simplicity, too. Focused plans succeed where grand plans fail.”

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Did you know?

• The growth rate for employment of marketing research analysts is 41% from 2010 – 2020.
• Marketing professionals work in nearly every industry.
• Because of the importance and high visibility of their jobs, marketing managers are prime candidates for advancement to the highest ranks of the organization.

Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2012-13 Edition. »