Why Choose a Degree in Business Administration & Marketing?
The Department of Business Administration & Marketing offers you a solid foundation of technical skills combined with the superior leadership and people skills needed to be competitive in today’s global marketplace. Check us out and if you don't see the answers you need, stop by our office - we'd love to talk to you and explore your options.
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GIVE BACK & LEARN TO LEAD: NON-PROFIT MARKETING PLAN PROJECTS
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Business and marketing careers run a huge spectrum from the very creative to the incredibly technical and analytical. Here are just a few of the sectors you may find yourself in:
- Human Resources
- Business Ownership
- Research Analyst
- Health Services Management
- Branding Consultant
- International Business
- Social Media Strategist
Business students come from all walks of life. They are analytical, leaders, unafraid to take risks, have a competitive spirit, are ambitious, and have solid communication skills.
Like some, Spencer knew exactly what he wanted to be when he grew up, a doctor, until... he was in his third year of pre-med courses at Weber and went to shadow a pediatrician and decided, "I hated it!" So, on a whim, Spencer took the Goddard School's study abroad to Italy and there, he fell in love with marketing! (read Spencer's full story)
RESOURCES & ACTIVITIES
You're not alone! We have an abundance of resources and activities from scholarships, to student clubs to study abroad to help you achieve your dreams. Check out the resources available:
- Study Abroad
- Engage in Research
- Support Labs
- Social Media
PROGRAMS & DEGREES
Studying business administration provides a solid foundation for a successful career or continuing your education in graduate studies (MBA, law, etc.).
Human Resource Management:
Upon graduation, you will have the leadership and people skills necessary to be effective in for-profit, non-profit, government and non-government organizations or continue your education in graduate studies (such as an MBA, MHR or MHA).
Students graduating with a marketing major go on to build careers in digital marketing, sales, advertising, retailing, brand management, product development, market research, logistics management and more.
Are you interested in starting your own business? Or do you want to learn about product development and innovation? With this minor, you can even qualify for up to $15,000 in seed funding to help launch a new business!
Our leadership minor helps students develop character, think critically, and collaborate with others. Students practice leadership skills and learn how these skills translate to meaningful business outcomes.
MEET OUR FACULTY & STAFF
department chair & associate professor
Welcome to the Department of Business Administration and Marketing. We are committed to facilitating an environment that enables students to learn about and develop the skills needed to be effective and successful in their future endeavors. Our classes offer opportunities for leaning and engagement with professors who genuinely care about developing the critical reasoning skills you need to be successful. We offer programs in business administration, human resources, and marketing. In addition, we offer minors in business administration, leadership, entrepreneurship and a minor to get you ready for a future MBA if you are a non-business student. Please feel free to stop by the department office in WB 216 and introduce yourself. We are delighted to discuss your interests regarding the degree programs we offer and how they apply to your personal situation and goals.
Office: DV 137
FOX KIRK, WENDY
associate professor & department chair
assistant professor & Hall Global Entrepreneurship Center executive director
instructor & Hall Global Entrepreneurship Center director