Sandy Clark, Program Coordinator/Instructor
Between one-fourth and one-third of the civilian workforce in the United States performs marketing activities. Marketing offers career opportunities in areas such as e-commerce, professional selling, advertising, retail buying, management, and wholesaling. Marketing career opportunities also exist in non-business organizations such as hospitals, parks and recreation, armed forces and government agencies.
Marketing Technology - Management Emphasis is a field of study for students who aspire to attain a management position. This program allows the student to apply theories of management to decision-making experiences.
In order to progress in the BOT program, students must earn a grade of “C” each BOT course, English Comp I, and Math/Science w/lab elective course. Students are also required to maintain a grade point average of 2.0 or greater (cGPA) through their program of study.
Minimum admission requirements (in additional to general requirements):
Attain a 15 composite score on the ACT;
Score a 230 or higher on the ACCUPLACER NG Reading Section and a 230 or higher on the ACCUPLACER NG Arithmetic Section;
Earn a “C” or above in ENG 0124 - Intermediate English and Reading ;
Complete 15 semester hours of college level coursework excluding developmental coursework with a ‘C’ average or above at an accredited college or university.
To be considered full-time, students in the Business and Marketing Management Technology Program must be enrolled in 15 or more semester credit hours at MCC.
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