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MBA Marketing

Master of Business Administration in
Marketing

Earning your nationally accredited Master of Business Administration in Marketing is a vital step toward professional advancement. Our online MBA Marketing degree program will help you excel as a marketing leader. Graduate with your Marketing MBA, ready for executive-level roles.

  • Prerequisite: Bachelor’s Degree
  • Study Method: Textbooks with Online Lessons & Exams
  • Program Length: 6 to 12 Months per Semester (Total 3 Semesters)

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  What You'll Learn

The Master of Business Administration Degree in Marketing program is comprised of an orientation and 12 graduate-credit courses, each with its own clear, comprehensive learning guide. Each MBA Marketing course features a series of hands-on activities and research projects that challenge you to meld information gleaned from the textbooks, independent research and outside sources to explore real-world marketing problems. Earning your Marketing MBA online degree prepares you for marketing management roles in a variety of businesses, government agencies and non-profits. Key topics pertain to…

  • Consumer Behavior
  • Marketing Research
  • Public Relations
  • Brand Management
  • International Marketing

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Semester 1

MB600 - Orientation  

This non-credit orientation is a foundation-building experience that introduces and refreshes the skills necessary for success in your Master's Degree Program. You'll learn how to navigate ProQuest, Ashworth College's online library, and review the distinguishing characteristics of academic journals and other publications. Internet research skills are polished enabling you to identify credible and unbiased Web sites for your research. Emphasis is placed on submission requirements, project structures, and writing formats used throughout your coursework, and APA writing style. The final portion of this course provides you the opportunity to research and explore the various career fields in the world of Business Administration.

MB601 - Strategic Management  

Plan for increased productivity. Learn about the organization, its structure, and its relationship to the economic, political, and social environments surrounding it. Examine theories and guidelines for dealing with geopolitical events, consumer trends, and new developments in information technology. You'll study a model of strategic management using the "strategic audit" as an approach to addressing complex organization-wide issues.
Credit Hours: 3

MG641 - Marketing Management  

Discover how marketing serves as a foundation for making critical decisions related to identifying customers, delineating which needs to satisfy, developing products and services that satisfy these needs, setting prices, using appropriate communications, staging sales promotions, managing the sales force, selecting channels of distribution, maintaining funding and coordinating partnerships. Concepts presented are directed to the marketplace realities of the 21st century, including global marketing.
Credit Hours: 3

MA610 - Managerial Accounting  

Integrate accounting data into your decision-making process. Managerial accounting is an essential tool that enhances managers' abilities to make sound decisions. You'll examine concepts and procedures of managerial accounting from the user's viewpoint, how they are typically applied in real-world situations, and see the role they play in improving the decision-making process within all types of organizations. Also discussed are issues in cost basics, cost management systems, planning and control, and product costing.
Credit Hours: 3

MB661 - Leadership and Motivation  

Develop your leadership potential. Discover the qualities, talents, and vision that leaders need to survive and grow in a changing world. You'll examine how today's theories of leadership and motivation have evolved, and how leadership concepts and motivational techniques are applied in a wide variety of business environments. Case studies reveal how executives and other decision makers lead, motivate and succeed.
Credit Hours: 3

Semester 2

MG642 - Consumer Behavior  

This course explores the fascinating realm of consumer behavior. This discipline borrows from several social sciences including psychology, sociology, and anthropology to explain behavior in the marketplace. Students will explore how perceptions, learning, memory, personality, and attitudes influence consumption behavior, how consumption changes during one’s life cycle, and how powerful cultural and subcultural influences impact consumers.
Credit Hours: 3

MF620 - Financial Statement Development and Analysis  

Use financial data to your advantage. Learn what financial disclosures contain and how they effect management decision-making, plus the principles and economic factors behind publicly reported disclosures, their limitations and constraints, and how to analyze them. You'll examine research methods and how they help you convert raw data into useful information that influences decisions about financial performance, wealth creation and economic valuation.
Credit Hours: 3

MG665 - Marketing Research  

This course provides a comprehensive review of the tools and approaches commonly used in marketing research. It introduces the student to the value of research for solving marketing problems, presents the research process and use of secondary data, and then expands into the three primary types of research designs: qualitative, descriptive, and experimental. The ability to analyze data and interpret statistical output will be emphasized.
Credit Hours: 3

MG643 - Advertising  

This course introduces the student to advertising and the other supplemental aspects of integrated marketing communications, including the development of integrated marketing communications plans and their component parts. To effectively plan, implement, and evaluate advertising and promotional programs requires an understanding of the overall marketing process, consumer behavior, communications theory, and the media of advertising and promotion. Attention will be given to the environment in which advertising and promotion operate and to how managers make promotional decisions. In addition, regulatory, social, and economic factors that influence, and are in turn influenced by, an organization’s advertising and promotional program will be considered.
Credit Hours: 3

Semester 3

MG645 - Brand Management  

Brand Management provides the student with opportunities to research the topic of branding and apply the strategic concepts to increase their skills in managing brands. Brand management involves planning and strategies to make more developed marketing decisions. This course not only provides the student with an opportunity to learn brand marketing strategies, but he or she will also learn to apply this information to case examples in order to practice application of the course information.
Credit Hours: 3

MG646 - Services Marketing  

Services are intangible. They cannot be seen, felt, or heard. In this course, students explore the special challenges associated with the marketing of services as opposed to marketing tangible goods. Emphasis is given to the implementation of service strategies to gain a competitive advantage, increase customer satisfaction, strengthen customer relations, and enhance service quality.
Credit Hours: 3

MI607 - International Marketing  

The focus of this course is entirely on international marketing, rather than on the traditionally broader topic of international business. It begins with a discussion of what global marketers do, how marketing theory is applied to the global marketplace, and the impact of cultural differences on global marketing. The greater part of the course concentrates on the three skill sets a global marketing manager must have to be successful in the global marketplace: foreign entry skills, local marketing skills, and global (marketing) management skills.
Credit Hours: 3

MB609 - Capstone: Case and Industry Analysis  

Use your business skills and knowledge in thought-provoking case studies. You'll begin by learning the fundamentals of economics—the study of the allocation of resources to satisfy both needs and wants. Then, you'll analyze case studies on a variety of businesses from a small company to an entire industry - set in the environments of local, national, and global economies. Conclude with a Capstone Project and Exam.
Credit Hours: 3

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  What You Get

Complete your graduate MBA Marketing degree on your terms. Start any time, study at your own pace and move ahead fast. We’ve erased the barriers to career advancement so that you can easily succeed.

Carefully selected marketing management courses ensure a balance of essential theory and practical application. Your tuition covers:

  • Comprehensive, career-relevant textbooks
  • Learning guides with discussion questions and projects
  • Online, open-book exams
  • Dedicated academic support and tutoring
  • Participation in the Student Community
  • Career Services powered by CareerBuilder®

Graduates receive a diploma suitable for framing and may attend our annual graduation ceremony. You will be proud knowing your online MBA Marketing degree is awarded by a nationally accredited college, an expression of your commitment to professional success.

  • Marketing Training Books

    Textbooks

  • Marketing Training Diploma

    Diploma

  • Graduation Video

    Ceremony

We’ve cleared the way. Start your MBA in Marketing program today. Speak with an Admissions Advisor at 1-800-957-5412 or enroll online now.

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