Associate in Applied Science
Chairperson: Ricky P. Thibodeau
Brahan Hall, Room 220, (518) 629-7148
The Marketing program is offered to students who seek to obtain an entry-level position in areas such as marketing, advertising, retailing, management and sales. Students planning to establish and operate a small business may enter this program as well. Additionally, some students may transfer to four-year colleges and universities to further their education. Students complete core required courses that also are appropriate for other programs in the School of Business, and they complete foundation courses in marketing, advertising, retailing, management, and sales.
Full-time students who wish to complete this program in exactly four terms of study must successfully complete five courses each term. Degree requirements can be completed through either full- or part-time study through day, evening and online offerings.
The Retailing option in the Business-Marketing program prepares students for employment in retailing, the second largest industry in the United States that also offers many opportunities in the Capital Region. This option was developed in response to students who wanted specialization in retail management, including students who want to run their own businesses.
Most career-level positions in the retail industry such as management, merchandising, and buying are easier to attain with a college degree. The industry is actively seeking candidates with strong business backgrounds. The Retailing option curriculum provides students with a solid business and marketing background through required courses such as Legal and Ethical Environment, Advertising and Financial Accounting.
Program Entrance Requirements
|Algebra or 1 unit of equivalent academic math (70 or above in the course)
||Fall and Spring
||70 or above
The estimated cost of books for the student enrolled in the first full-time term in courses ACTG 110 , BADM 110 , BADM 120 or BADM 221 , ECON 100 , ENGL 101 and FORM 104 would be approximately $815.