Marketing, Management & Finance
You will have the opportunity to study with experienced faculty members in a number of specialties including retailing, merchandising, human resources, law, banking, communications and consulting.
The Marketing, Management, & Finance Department is committed to building a collaborative environment where your intellectual curiosity is nurtured to develop business knowledge that will prepare you to enter your chosen field. Upon graduation, you will be confident, innovative and knowledgeable, with a measured understanding of business with a global perspective.
Because of LIM College’s commitment to experiential education, you are given the opportunity to engage with the business community through internships, lectures, and student organizations. Our faculty members also work closely with the Department of Experiential Education & Career Management to ensure you have access to valuable internship and service learning experiences.
The Department of Marketing, Management, & Finance houses the Marketing and Management majors. While the career paths developed through these majors are different, the fundamental structure of the majors is similar. In addition, the Department houses all finance, accounting, and technology courses, further serving as a support to all majors throughout the College.
The Marketing & Management majors programs are theoretically grounded and provide a wide exposure to careers and functions within your chosen discipline. From this foundation, tactical courses provide you with the opportunity to explore specific functional areas.
- Brand Management
- Integrated Marketing Communications
- New Media Marketing
- Sales Management
The Marketing, Management, & Finance Department actively engages in curriculum innovation and is continuously developing and delivering new curricula to meet the needs of an ever-changing business environment.
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- 4/22/2015 - Guest Speaker - Buying and Planning at Urban Outfitters: April 22 Elliott Harris, Retail Planning Manager for Urban Outfitters, will speak to students interested in becoming a buyer or planner.
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