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Marketers face the challenge of defining a need, designing a good or service to meet that need and then providing the good or service to the marketplace at the right price, in the right place and with the right message. Learn marketing basics or explore specific topics in consumer behavior, market research or marketing strategy. These courses may be a great option when your job requires continuing education or simply for your own personal and professional development.
Enrolling in a marketing course can be a great option when your job requires continuing education, or simply for your own personal and professional development.
Graduate Marketing Certificate program
For a comprehensive overview of more advanced topics, you might want to consider our Graduate Marketing Certificate. For more information about certificates, select the tab. For more information about our on-time completion rates for this certificate, the median loan debt incurred by students who complete this certificate program and other important information, click here.
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