Expanding the Business Degree at The Catholic University of America
11 February 1997
new "marketing track" will be added to the program of Economics and Business at The Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C., beginning in the Fall 1997 semester.
"By adding the marketing track, we give our students even more choices as they prepare for the professional workforce," said Ernest Zampelli, associate professor and chairman of the department. "The marketplace changes constantly, and this program will meet those changes."
The marketing track includes courses in marketing management, marketing research methods, consumer behavior, and international marketing.
The marketing track is part of the Bachelor of Arts in Business, which also has tracks in accounting, economics, financial management, human resources management, international economics, and finance. The department offers several other degree programs.
The Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C., was established in 1887 as a graduate institution in the European tradition; the university has offered undergraduate programs since 1904. Private and coeducational, the university has 10 schools and 6,000 undergraduate and graduate students. The university welcomes people of all faiths. For more information, contact the Department of Economics and Business, 202-319-5236.
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