The Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing opens the door to a world of opportunities. A few examples of careers that marketing graduates pursue include: sales and retail management, market research, brand management, public relations, advertising, product development, and many more.
According to Coursera, marketing professionals make a median average salary of $54,000 annually. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the marketing industry is projected to grow by 9% over the next decade.
Your BBA in Marketing will also set a strong foundation to further your career with the UC Online Masters of Science in Marketing or an MBA with the Lindner College of Business.
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