Saint Mary’s marketing major prepares students for a variety of careers in advertising, marketing management, marketing research, or sales.
Course work explores the exchange process and exchange institutions found in modern market economies. Marketing course work encompasses both behavioral and quantitative aspects of marketing products, services, and ideas in a global marketplace.
Advertising, marketing, and public relations managers; buyers and purchasers; management; consultants; market and survey researchers; sales supervisors; top executives.
High School Preparation
Business; Calculus; Computer Applications; English; Macroeconomics; Microeconomics; Psychology; Statistics.
Enhance Your Experience
Students who major in marketing oftentimes pursue a double major or minor in strategic communication, digital graphic design, or public relations.
Marketing Major, B.A.
A. All of the following:
AC222 Accounting Concepts (3 credits)
BU215 Business Statistics (3 credits)
BU243 Business Computer Applications (3 credits)
BU285 International Business Environment (3 credits)
BU312 Business Law I (3 credits)
BU452 Strategic Management (3 credits)
EC261 Principles of Microeconomics (3 credits)
EC262 Principles of Macroeconomics (3 credits)
FN341 Corporate Finance (3 credits)
MG219 Principles of Management (3 credits)
MK217 Principles of Marketing (3 credits)
PH362 Business Ethics (3 credits)
B. Mathematics: one of the following:
(either M148 and M149 or M145 or M151):
M145 Finite Mathematics (3 credits)
M148 Calculus I with Precalculus (part 1) (4 credits)
M149 Calculus I with Precalculus (part 2) (4 credits)
M151 Calculus I (4 credits)
C. All of the following:
MK352 Digital and Social Analytics (3 credits)
MK360 Consumer Behavior (3 credits)
MK371 Professional Selling and Sales Management (3 credits)
MK372 Advertising and Promotions (3 credits)
MK411 Marketing Research (3 credits)
MK434 Marketing Management (3 credits)
Tuition, Room, Board, and Fees
Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota is committed to making college accessible and affordable.
We strive to keep tuition and fees as low as possible while delivering an excellent private education. Approximately 99 percent of all undergraduates receive some form of financial aid.
2019-20 Tuition & Fees
Activity fee: $170
Technology fee: $370
Laundry fee: $80
* Additional tuition for 3+2 PA Program $3,550
** Additional fee for the following residences:
Village Apts., Gilmore Creek Hall $200
Bishops Hall, Brother William Hall, Hillside Hall, La Salle Hall, and Brother Leopold Hall Doubles $400
Brother Leopold Hall Singles and All Apts. $600
Additional Fees (if applicable)
Per credit instruction $1,200
Per credit audit $600
Foreign study fee:
All others $650
Commencement fee $190 (2019-2020 graduates)
Late registration (per class) $50 (after add/drop period)
N.S.F./Returned check or A.C.H. $20
New students who have been admitted are asked to confirm their attendance by sending a $300 non-refundable deposit to the university. Returning students must pay a $250 housing deposit prior to housing registration. This deposit is credited to the student's account.
Fall Application Timelines
International students are encouraged to apply by July 1st of each calendar year for the Fall semester. We offer plenty of scholarships and financial awards available for international first-time freshmen and transfer students at Saint Mary's University of Minnesota.
Students who submit and complete their admission file by July 1st will be reviewed and receive an admission decision 1-2 weeks after submitting their admission file.