Associate of Applied Science in Sales and Merchandising

Trains you in fundamental and advanced selling techniques, customer service techniques, sales channels and the principles of sales supervision.

declare your major

Declare Your Major

Contact Ranee Dearden, 801-626-6913 or raneedearden@weber.edu, with the following information:

Name

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Phone number

Email address

 

Advising
Advising

You are required to meet with a faculty advisor each semester for course and program advisement.

Book Appointment

Professor Eichmeier

801-626-7595

seichmeier@weber.edu

 

 

Employment Opportunities


Our sales and merchandising program prepares you for employment in selling at all levels of distribution and merchandising and middle management areas of retailing. Upon graduation, you will be prepared for occupations such as:

  • Salesperson (auto, insurance, real estate, etc.)
  • Sales manager
  • Wholesale manager
  • Retail salesperson
  • Departmental manager
  • Fashion coordinator
  • Buyer
  • Sales promotion manager
  • Personnel director

 

What You’ll Learn

  • Fundamental and advanced selling techniques
  • Retail, wholesale and direct selling
  • Preparation and execution of sales demonstrations
  • Sales channels
  • Customer service
  • Sales negotiation
  • Supervisory skills

We also list job opportunities provided by Alan E. Hall Center for Sales Excellence corporate partners, along with other businesses and organizations. 

Current Job Opportunities