Marketing courses mark you for success.
Why do customers buy one product and leave another on the shelf? What goes into designing an ad? How do nonprofits convince people to donate money?
If these questions intrigue you, marketing might be the degree for you.
Best of Both Worlds
As a marketing student at Wingate University, you enjoy the technology and networking opportunities of a large school. In our innovation lab, a creative technology-enabled classroom, you’ll have a chance to engage in collaboration, something that few colleges provide. We partner with local companies on real-world projects, so students develop practical expertise. Marketing majors have many opportunities for internships that lead to professional connections.
Our faculty takes the time to know you and your goals. Faculty mentor students through their summer research projects and studies. They are invested in your future.
Degrees of Impact
To help students sharpen their career preparation, the Porter B. Byrum School of Business offers a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Science degree in marketing.
If you pursue a different major, a marketing minor helps you understand how to motivate and inspire people, which employers value.
For students who want to continue their education, the Master of Business Administration program features a marketing concentration. No matter which path you pursue, you’ll be learning from professors who bring professional experience into the classroom.
Engaging the World
Students make a difference in the community by engaging with local businesses. Case studies aren’t just abstract stories. You gain hands-on experience with real companies facing real challenges.
Wingate University provides additional opportunities that make our graduates attractive to employers:
- Internships allow students to put their coursework into practice and network with professionals in their fields.
- Summer research grants pay students to conduct original research.
- W’International seminars introduce students to global cultures, traditions and ideas.
Contact our faculty to discuss how their professional business experience can shape your future in marketing.