Degree Options: Major, Minor
Locations: Rose Hill (Major, Minor), Lincoln Center (Minor)
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Creative, persuasive, and insightful? Think marketing.
What is a product? Is it an object you hold in your hand? Can it be a financial instrument, ream of data, creative concept, or political idea? All of the above. Organizations in banking, securities trading, technology, charity, government, the media, healthcare, education and politics all market their products. As a marketing major at Fordham’s Gabelli School of Business, you’ll learn how to make messages that move products—no matter what they are.
We designed the marketing major for creative thinkers with broad interests—key characteristics for success in the field. You’ll study the how and the why of consumer buying habits through economics, psychology, sociology, anthropology, statistics, and mathematics. You’ll study distribution, pricing, and preparation of goods and services. And you’ll develop the communications tools you need to reach people.
Our program is loaded with opportunities to apply the concepts you learn. The leadership program brings marketing executives to Fordham to work with you on everything from case studies to job fairs. You can travel to Kenya in our Fair Trade course to meet artisans and manufacturers whose products you’ll market and sell in the U.S.
The Gabelli School of Business is considered one of the top business schools in the U.S. for a reason. (For a lot of reasons.) Our dual core curriculum—half business, half liberal arts—makes Fordham business graduates unique: knowledgeable about global commerce, but also keenly aware of the human factor in every deal. We want you to excel in your field—and as a human being.