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Marketing, Advanced Certificate

Gain a competitive edge and get the knowledge, competencies, and skills you’ll need to market your product or service—or launch a career in marketing.

What You’ll Learn

Get the knowledge, competencies, and skills necessary to market your product or service—or launch a career in marketing with our 18-credit Advanced Certificate in Marketing.

You’ll learn what it takes to:

  • Generate and interpret relevant marketing data, translating it into information and strategies essential for decision-making across various functional areas of management.
  • Assemble a marketing plan for existing and new products and services, synchronizing marketing, operating, and financial modeling.
  • Assess national and global trends in the cultural, social, demographic, legal-political, economic, technological, and competitive environments.
  • Prepare, evaluate, and promote alternative market-entry strategies and marketing programs.

Some credits/courses taken in this certificate program can be applied to the Master of Business Administration, M.B.A.

Career Options

  • Advertising Sales Manager
  • Brand Manager
  • Customer Relations Specialist
  • Data Analyst
  • Marketing Research Analyst
  • Media Buyer/Planner
  • Public Relations/Social Media Strategist

“The Advanced Certificate in Marketing adds important credentials to any professional’s resume—providing a skillset that companies desperately need to compete in today’s economy.”

Deborah Y. Cohn, Ph.D., M.Phil., M.B.A. ’89

Interim Dean, School of Management

Exceptional experiences.
Outstanding outcomes.






Do. Make. Innovate.

Alumni Profile: Daniel Bocanegra

August 08, 2022

When Daniel Bocanegra (M.B.A. ’20) decided to get his M.B.A., New York Tech’s Vancouver campus was the perfect choice. “Numerical subjects are great for building a problem-solving mindset, but the other approaches taught at New York Tech—like learning how to adapt to different work styles and cultures—are essential in Canada.”

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