Marketing and Management

educational and professional requirements for a degree

Chosen Career

I chose to research colleges with business and marketing programs because I want to be a Marketing Manager.

Oregon State University

  • $8,538 in-state tuition (per year)
  • offers specialized departments in accounting, entrepreneurship, finance, leadership, marketing, and supply chain management/logistics
  • 78.8% acceptance rate
  • Student-faculty ratio is 21:1

University of California Berkely

  • $35,742 out-of-state tuition
  • urban setting
  • Ranked 7th best business school in the U.S.
  • offers departments and concentrations in accounting, economics, entrepreneurship, finance, general management, human resources management, marketing, management information systems, portfolio management, public administration, public policy, quantitative analysis/statistics and operations research, technology. (And many more.)
  • Student-faculty ratio is 17:1

Indiana University Bloomington Online

  • Ranked #1 best online graduate business program
  • $1,175 out-of-state tuition (per credit)
  • 99% new student retention rate
  • 74 full-time faculty available online

Why I Chose Them

These schools had one of the top programs (in the state, country, and online) and most preferable location for me.