60 Credits AAS 3272/2284, Academic Catalog 2020-2021
The Associate of Applied Science Marketing Management degree is designed to prepare individuals for employment in marketing, sales management, and retail management fields. Learners will learn current practices and acquire knowledge in marketing fundamentals, management, sales, retail operations, managing human resources, sales force management, managing a sales business for profitability and new applications in the art of selling. Learners are required to participate in a business and industry internship in positions including customer service, sales, retailing, marketing and advertising to reinforce newly acquired skills. In addition, the program requires Arts and Sciences courses designed to provide an understanding of the culture and environment in which we live. Advisors will work with students in developing a program of study, encouraging timely program completion. After completing an A.A.S. Degree in Marketing, graduates can transfer their program credits toward a Bachelor of Applied Science Degree in Marketing from Southwest Minnesota State University. Courses are offered at South Central via ITV, and online. See an advisor for program requirements.
Campuses: Faribault and North Mankato
Program Start Dates: Fall and Spring Semester
The course requirements listed below are specific to the current school year (noted above). If you need to view the program from previous years view our Catalog Archive.
Required Technical Courses (11 Courses)
Complete all of the following courses:
Management Core (2 Courses)
Select the following two courses:
Marketing Internship (6 Credits)
You must complete 6 credits of internship from the following:
Technical Elective Credits (2 Credits)
Complete 2 additional credits from the following:
Required Arts and Sciences (2 Courses)
To complete an AAS Degree, students must complete 15 MNTC credits from 3 of the 10 MNTC Goal Areas. Courses must be approved by advisor/faculty. The following two courses are required:
PLEASE NOTE: All program plans are preliminary and curriculum may change without notice. Your catalog of record may have different requirements.