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Amiya Basu, Linda M. Cushman, Scott Fay, Dinesh Gauri, E. Scott Lathrop, Eunkyu Lee, Tridib Mazumdar, Amanda G. Nicholson, S.P. Raj, Breagin Riley, Susan Smith, Clint B. Tankersley, Frances Gaither Tucker, Raymond M. Wimer
The marketing management program in the Whitman School is designed for students to encounter all the basic challenges in the industry: how a company decides what to sell, the customers and market to target, and the best means of reaching them. In many courses, students work in project teams-just as professionals do-to create strategies for product development, pricing, promotion, and distribution. Students learn to respond to the demands of competitors, the government, and larger social issues.
Marketing graduates are prepared for broad and promising career options, including advertising and promotion management, business-to-business marketing, consulting, marketing management, marketing research, new product development, product and brand management, retailing and wholesaling, and sales management.