Our faculty have experience at some of the largest corporations and agencies in the country. Their experience will help you get ahead.
Dianne Hardin is the Executive Director for the Master of Science in Marketing program at the University of Cincinnati, a role she has held since 2019. She takes a personal interest in ensuring her students are trained to address today’s marketing challenges.
Professor Hardin’s research interests and courses include design thinking, innovation, and empathy to create competitive advantage and exploring millennials’ perceptions, behaviors, and influence on consumer confidence.
Prior to joining UC’s faculty, Dianne has worked in the telecom, IT consulting, and banking industries where she has spearheaded the adoption of integrated digital marketing and sales initiatives at several companies, including demand generation technology, earning her industry recognition.
Professor Hardin has been teaching design and marketing students since 2014. She holds her master’s degree in design from the College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning and her master’s in marketing from Lindner College of Business. She also graduated from California State University, Sacramento with a BA in Economics and Finance.
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Yes. Many of our students qualify for some type of financial aid.
Sources of aid:
The University of Cincinnati MS Marketing program is available 100% online.
While you will never need to come to campus, you are invited to take an on-campus course if you want. Some of our on-campus classes are offered in a one-weekend format. There is also a study abroad course option if you want to participate in a one-week travel option for one of your elective courses.
And of course, you are invited to walk across the stage at your graduation ceremony in Cincinnati!
For details on the in-person experiences available to you, contact your Advisor for the most up-to-date information.
Yes! There are no restrictions as to how many or how few credits you take in either half-term session. To maintain good standing with the University, students need to take at least one credit per academic year.
If you are using Federal Financial Aid, you can collect it as long as you fulfill the 5 credit hour requirement per semester. Here are some examples of what that timing could look like for a student:
For questions about your specific enrollment needs, please contact your advisor.
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