Bloomberg Ranks Stonehill’s Business Program Among Best in U.S.
Stonehill College’s business program was recently named one of the best in the United States by Bloomberg, which surveyed nearly 30,000 students and 600 companies to determine the best undergraduate business schools of 2016.Read the Story
Steven McGloin ’15 Named Marketing Program’s 2015 Student of the Year
McGloin, a marketing major from Mansfield, Massachusetts, has demonstrated a commitment to scholarship that exemplifies the habits of mind that Stonehill seeks to help students cultivate.
“I came to Stonehill because I wanted to learn more than business – I wanted a broader perspective.”
- Lindsay Martin '12
Marketing is the business function that identifies and anticipates customers’ needs and wants, creates products to satisfy those desires, and then delivers those products through various techniques of pricing, distribution and promotion.
The Stonehill Marketing major curriculum at Stonehill College is designed to provide the knowledge and experience students need to launch into a marketing career as well as critical thinking skills they will need as they advance to more senior management positions. A marketing degree can be applied in numerous specialized institutions, such as:
- Advertising agencies
- Marketing research firms
- Management consultants
- Service organizations
- Retailing, wholesaling and manufacturing companies
- Not just skills, but knowledge
A Valuable Liberal Arts Foundation
As with all our Business Administration degrees, marketing majors at Stonehill graduate not only with the skills necessary to succeed professionally but also with a valuable liberal arts foundation and a commitment to service inspired by our Congregation of Holy Cross founders.
In addition to completing required courses in Marketing Principles, Marketing Research, Consumer Behavior and Marketing Strategy, students also take three elective marketing courses in areas such as:
- Sales Management
- Advertising Management
- Retail Management
- New Product Management
- Select Visual Arts and Communication courses