Have you ever been told you could sell water to a whale? If you have business sense and a creative mind, you may just be a marketing whiz. With a degree in marketing, students will typically study all of the areas of business in order to understand it from a marketing perspective. For instance, students may take a class in accounting to understand how marketing costs factor into an organization’s budget. The study of marketing will focus on the principles behind what makes for good marketing, and the management aspect will tie in how to manage a marketing team or overall marketing operation.
Another aspect of the study of marketing is market analysis where students learn to collect, measure, and analyze data about consumer needs and spending habits. Along with traditional marketing courses, such as advertising and marketing strategy, there is an entirely new area of marketing to learn - digital and online marketing. This includes studying search engine optimization (SEO), social media marketing, and developing just the right content for websites. You’ll learn how to help clients improve their websites to provide the most valuable information, and in turn rank higher in search engines. In this ever-changing technology age, this is a quickly evolving area of study and good for those who like innovation and consistent change.
|School||Average Tuition||Student Teacher Ratio||Enrolled Students|
|Marquette University Milwaukee, WI||17 : 1||11,819|
|University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Milwaukee, WI||24 : 1||25,731|
|Concordia University-Wisconsin Mequon, WI||24 : 1||5,777|
|Carroll University Waukesha, WI||25 : 1||3,449|
|Cardinal Stritch University Milwaukee, WI||26 : 1||1,896|
|Mount Mary University Milwaukee, WI||20 : 1||1,246|
|Ottawa University-Milwaukee Brookfield, WI||236 : 1||236|
|Waukesha County Technical College Pewaukee, WI||39 : 1||7,467|
|Milwaukee Area Technical College Milwaukee, WI||28 : 1||14,482|