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Degrees Offered

Required courses and specifics about degrees offered in this program

This program is available:
  • online
  • on-campus at NTC
Faculty

Carsha Lapp
(218) 333-6667
carsha.lapp@ntcmn.edu

Sales, Marketing and Management

The movers and the shakers of the world all possess high levels of sales, marketing and/or management expertise. If you’re interested in a rewarding career in this wildly exciting field, NTC’s sales, marketing and management program is the right place to begin. This program will provide you with the essential skills necessary for a variety of careers or advanced degrees at business schools or marketing schools. We focus on developing skills in decision-making, interpersonal and communication skills, problem solving, and technology. You have the option to choose from on-campus and online coursework, which allows you the flexibility and convenience of earning your degree while you continue to work.

Classroom and hands-on training will cover topics including:

  • Principles of bookkeeping
  • Markets and resource allocation
  • Principles of marketing & principles of management
  • Professional sales
  • Retail management & marketing management
  • Small business management

Next Steps

Our unique program platform makes is possible for you to begin with your certification in sales, marketing or management, progress to your diploma in sales and marketing, and ultimately earn an AAS degree in sales, marketing and management.

Employment

Every business has the need for some level of sales, marketing and management expertise. The employment opportunities are diverse and include positions in retail and wholesale sales, production and service-related industries. Your career path could range from sales representatives, sales trainers, food brokers, buyers, merchandisers and customer service representatives to management positions and owning your own business.

Specific information about careers in sales, marketing, and management.

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