Business Administration (BA): Emphasis in Marketing
"Everything hines to some degree on marketing, the art of selling - the reason why people but what they buy. I would say the reason why I originally chose marketing as opposed to any other business emphasis was because marketing gave me the opportunity to use my creativity. Marketers need to be creative and versatile in formulating new products, advertising strategies and in public relations."
"Even after a few years after leaving St. Andrews, your senior class by far had the most impact on my career thus far- so I thank you again for putting such high expectations on quality, hard work and results."
- Jon Hermanson '05
Executive Head Hunter
Vancouver, BC, Canada
|The marketing curriculum at St. Andrews is designed to provide the student with a functional analysis of marketing and its importance as an economic activity. Courses are structured to build marketing expertise in a variety of venues and environments.
Application of marketing principles and case analysis to solving complex marketing problems combines the areas of marketing and management. Managerial areas include product management, pricing strategies, promotion, and distribution management.
Sophisticated decision making on an international scale are also covered in a comprehensive cultural and strategic approach to international marketing. Analyzing environmental and cultural uniqueness among nations; effects of geographical, political and economic changes on marketing activities; marketing global brands, and global trade agreements are studied.