The Mission of the MS Marketing Program is to provide quality academic and practical learning experiences to equip students with the knowledge to apply the marketing concepts and theories of marketing management, business-to-business (B2B), marketing, international marketing, and marketing research in a variety of organizations (e.g., businesses and not-for-profit organizations). The MS Marketing program is designed to meet the needs of students in order to prepare them for higher level positions in marketing as well as for students who wish to pursue post-masters graduate programs.
The Master of Science in Marketing program offers students from business and non-business backgrounds with an opportunity to develop expertise in the art and science of business marketing. Students complete 30-36 hours of graduate courses depending on their backgrounds.
Thirty-six hours of graduate credit are required for students without undergraduate preparation in marketing. However, students with appropriate previous coursework can waive one or both of the foundation courses.
These 2 pre-requisite courses can be waived for students with appropriate undergraduate coursework.
1) MKT 501 Marketing Environment
2) Mgt 501 Operations and Organizations
3) Fin 501 Finance for Decision Makers
Fin 504 Financial Management
Mgt 585 Management Skills Development
MKT 521 Marketing Management
MKT 571 Business-to-Business Marketing
MKT 572 Seminar in Marketing Research
MKT 586 International Marketing
Mgt 527 Strategic Management (taken last semester)
BA 595 Applied Business Research
MKT 568 Advertising and Promotion
MKT 573 Internet Marketing
MKT 597 Topics in Marketing
Other graduate courses may be approved by the Director of Graduate Programs In Business and Technology, provided the student has a minimum of six courses (18sh) in Marketing.
For program specific questions please contact:MSM@tamuc.edu (Joe Stauffer)