Post Secondary

Explores career opportunities through research, guest speakers, and job shadowing in a marketing related job. The learner develops answers to interview questions, a resume and cover letter, and a strategic job search plan.

Prerequisites: 10-104-103 CUSTOMER SERVICE and 10-104-150 INTRODUCTION TO MARKETING PROGRAM. Pre/Corequisites: 10-104-125 SOCIAL MEDIA CAMPAIGNS 1, 10-104-128 INTEGRATED MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS, 10-104-210 DIGITAL MARKETING STRATEGIES, 10-104-175 MARKET RESEARCH, and 10-104-184 MARKETING PRESENTATIONS, or with instructor's consent. Condition: Student must be in final semester.

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