Select A High-Demand Field In Professional Sales & Marketing
Hodges’ Professional Sales and Marketing degree program prepares you to take on roles that are necessary for businesses to be successful in today’s competitive marketplace. This program also provides the building blocks needed to continue your education, which will open the door for opportunities for advancement in management and other fields.
Learn industry demanded marketing fundamentals, strategies, and professional sales concepts and practices that will make you an asset in across many workforce industries, allowing you to advance in your current career, transition to a new career, open your own business, or continue your education.
Marketing and Professional Sales individuals are in High Demand! The career outlook for those educated in marketing strategy, market research, and face to face sales, and hold good verbal communication skills, varies from 6-10% depending on your specific interest and career goals, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Bring In-Demand Skills to Sales Positions
- Prepares Students for Careers Such As: Marketing Manager, Marketing Coordinator, Account Manager, Account Executive, and More.
- Offered Online, On-campus, or Blended.
- Hodges is the Only University Offering This Program in the Region.
- This Degree is Beneficial to Almost Every Sector of Business.
- Internship included with the degree.
Hodges On The Leading Edge of Sales Academia
- Johnson School of Business is a Top Business School.
- Accredited by the International Accreditation Council for Business Education (IACBE).
- Hodges Among 2019 Best Online Bachelor’s Degrees in Florida.
- Hodges Was Named a Top University for Professional Sales by Sales Education Foundation.
Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP) Code: 52.1401
Develop Skills in Closing Sales That Put You Ahead of the Competition!
- Marketing Manager
- Marketing Coordinator
- Account Executive
Don’t Wait, Apply Today!
Ty Belford: Marketing Graduate
Ty Belford considers Hodges his “Tipping Point”. Taking marketing courses with Dr. Peter Karastamatis, Belford said, “I actually thought I was a pretty good marketer before I met him,” however, he quickly learned the difference between a salesperson and a marketer. An established business owner, Belford looks back on his time at Hodges and calls it his “tipping point,” which provided him the ability to earn a degree, move beyond the glass ceiling, and actively pursue his dreams. Recognizing that current and prospective Hodges students are seeking similar dreams, he encourages them, saying, “Find your purpose. Remember the pursuit of happiness and know that it is achievable.”