MBA in Marketing
About this course
An MBA in Marketing has become one of the most desired degrees by both students and employers in recent years. With the shift to digital and online marketing, most businesses now have their own, in-house marketing teams that specialize in bringing traffic and customers to the company. While there are a number of specific areas of marketing (which are explored in the ‘career options’ tab) an MBA in marketing doesn’t limit the degree holder to pursuing marketing careers alone. The skillset can be put towards dozens of other career options, from consulting to entrepreneurial management. However, if you like the sound of taking on a diversified role in an ever-changing landscape, the role of the marketing manager might just be your calling.
As a Marketing Manager, you will be overseeing a marketing team for a number of different activities such as; releasing new products at specific times, tracking how well products are selling, advertising for new and existing products, networking among supply chain channels, liasing between a company’s research and development, design, advertising and brand strategy teams (as appropriate).
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