Get ready to immerse yourself into the world of a global marketing professional. Nail the essential foundational skills, from consumer behavior to data, finance, and communication.

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Core Course

Communication & Collaboration 1: Personal Impact

Effective communication and collaboration skills can make or break a successful career. Gain a clear understanding of the most in-demand interpersonal competencies and skills in business today. Then, continually apply these skills in exercises and role plays—and graduate with the soft skills needed to succeed in the global workplace.

Key topics & skills

  • Learning & Development

  • Managing Yourself

  • Communicating With Individuals & Groups

  • Presentation Skills—Story Telling, Presentations & Pitching

Core Course

Consumer Behavior

Understanding the customer journey is one of the most important aspects of marketing in today’s exceptionally competitive world. Learn about building product awareness, consumer behavior, and marketing technology in a post-digital world—and understand how culture, social groups, and lifestyle impact a customer’s purchasing decisions.

Key topics & skills

  • Market Research & Mapping the Customer Journey

  • Creating Customer Personas & Understanding Drivers of Consumer Behavior

  • Social Trends Impacting Consumer Decision-Making

  • Managing Customer Satisfaction & Dissatisfaction

  • Measuring Customer Gains & Losses

Core Course

Financial Literacy for Marketers

As a business professional, you’ll need to understand and analyze financial reports and business problems as well as create budgets. Gain the financial knowledge that marketers need to assess financial performance and health of companies, determine pricing strategies, perform profit planning, and budget for operating activities and new project proposals.

Key topics & skills

  • Financial Reporting & Analysis & Breakeven Analysis

  • Alternative Pricing Strategies, Cost Behavior, Profit Planning

  • Budgeting, Cash Flow & Capital Investment

  • Evaluating Performance & Financial Health

  • Pricing Strategy, Planning & the Importance of the Triple Bottom Line for Marketing Strategy

Core Course

Marketing Insights through Data

Good marketing is driven by data. You’ll need to make sense of that data and uncover actionable insights into your customer, product, and company. Learn how to identify and contextualize the problem—and then dig deeper through research. Understand concepts such as forecasting and regression—and what the consumer is telling you through data.

Key topics & skills

  • Primary & Secondary Research Techniques

  • Statistical Concepts & Applying Them to Marketing

  • Time Series Analysis & Forecasting

  • Predicting Consumer & Company Behavior

  • Cleaning Data for Marketing

Core Course

Program Immersion

Begin your program with an immersion experience. This is where you’ll first practice essential business skills to prepare for the program and assess your readiness on commonly used concepts and tools for industry and career preparation. You’ll begin to develop communication and teamwork skills, reflect on your personal journey, and build a strong foundation for your ongoing success.

Key Topics & Skills

  • Business, Finance & Communication Fundamentals

  • Academic & Program-Specific Skills, Tools & Essentials

  • Career, Professional & Personal Development

Business Challenge

Business Challenge #1

Put all your newly acquired knowledge and skills directly into practice at the end of each block through a practical and relevant business challenge. Teams will draw on the content and themes of previous courses in each block to complete challenges involving simulations, executive pitch presentations, innovation hackathons, real company challenges, designing new business models, etc.

Key Topics & Skills

  • Cross Functional Strategic Decision Making, Planning & Coordination

  • Analyzing Real & Simulated Business Cases

  • Team Leadership & Dynamics

Business Challenge

Business Challenge #1: Customer Journey

It's time to put your learning to the test in your first business challenge. You’ll map consumer behavior for a large B2C company, creating a customer journey map. You’ll conduct primary and secondary research, plus statistical analysis, to forecast customer and company performance.

Key topics & skills

  • Consumer Behavior & Mapping the Customer Journey

  • Analyzing & Presenting Data

  • Applying Statistical Tools for Forecasting

  • Primary & Secondary Research and Company Analysis

  • Presentation Skills

Courses and challenges subject to change

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