As a marketing major at Catholic University, you will study all of the fundamentals necessary for a successful career in business, from management to consumer behavior to business law. You will learn how to gauge the need for a specific product or service and how to construct an effective management campaign.
Your study of marketing will build upon an intellectual tradition that includes a foundation in Catholic social teaching and a dedication to the liberal arts. Your classes in theology and philosophy will engage you in a long history of intellectual inquiry as you learn how to use your knowledge and skills for the greater good.
Catholic University offers its business students unique opportunities like study abroad and internships with business organizations in D.C. Combined with a close-knit community of professors and students and a large alumni network, Catholic University's School of Business and Economics has everything you need to succeed.
The School of Business and Economics offers seven different majors. If you are interested in Business and Economics but aren't sure that Marketing is the right major for you, you can begin your studies as a Business Exploratory student. Exploratory students take courses that serve as a broad introduction to the different careers available in this field. These classes also fulfill requirements for various majors in the School of Business and Economics.
A marketing major at Catholic University prepares you for professional success. Employers see a liberal arts background as a sign that you are a creative thinker and a skilled problem solver - highly desirable qualities in marketing professionals. The School of Business and Economics offers a four-year career development program that will help you plan for your future and find the position that is the right fit for you. Catholic University graduates have gone on to careers in advertising, sales, public relations, customer service, and project management.