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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

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Outstanding outcomes.

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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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