Weekend Closure | COVID-19 Information

Weekend Closure | COVID-19 Information

Weekend Closure (January 15-17)

Due to inclement weather and potentially hazardous road conditions predicted for the St. Charles area this weekend, the Lindenwood University campus will be closed this weekend, Saturday, January 15 and Sunday, January 16. All in-person campus activities are canceled. Virtual events may continue as planned. Dining services remain open for normal operation.

In addition, the University will be closed Monday, January 17 in recognition of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

COVID-19 Information

Lindenwood continues to monitor the COVID-19 campus and make decisions in the best interest of the community. Students and employees demonstrating symptoms should complete the Initial Assessment Survey. COVID-19 Response and Resources.


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Marketing (BA,

Marketing (BA,

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When you pursue a degree in marketing at Lindenwood University, you will acquire skills needed to effectively market goods and services to the public and private sectors.

BA and BS offered in Traditional and Online formats

Lindenwood University offers you the opportunity to earn a bachelor of arts (BA), bachelor of science (BS), minor or emphasis in marketing.

When you pursue a degree in marketing at Lindenwood University, you will acquire skills needed to effectively market goods and services to the public and private sectors.

The Marketing (BA, BS) is offered in both traditional and online formats.

Marketing Faculty at Lindenwood University

The marketing faculty at Lindenwood University is made up of degreed educators and business professionals, all with a doctorate, who know their subjects and have real-world experience to back up that knowledge which they will pass on to you. Small class sizes and easily accessible faculty ensure that you, as a Lindenwood University student, are afforded the attention and instructional time you deserve.

Earning a Marketing Degree at Lindenwood University

Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Arts Online, and Bachelor of Science in Marketing

A bachelor of arts and bachelor of arts online in marketing requires 75-77 credit hours and a bachelor of science in marketing requires 78-80 credit hours of business-related courses and electives, plus a general education core. The difference in a bachelor of arts and a bachelor of science is that the core of a BA is generally more diverse and a BS is more concentrated in the subject area. Topics of study include price strategy and negotiations, advertising and promotional strategy, selling, plus many more.

Earning a Marketing Minor or Certificate at Lindenwood University

You can earn a minor in marketing at Lindenwood University. A minor is simply a secondary academic subject to add to your knowledge, whether it is of professional or personal interest.

A minor in marketing requires 27 credit hours. You will study subjects like principles of financial accounting, microeconomics, macroeconomics, management, and others.

A certificate in marketing is also available. The certificate requires 15 credit hours with topics such as principles of marketing, advertising and promotional strategy, and selling.

Earning a Marketing Emphasis in Business Administration at Lindenwood University

When you pursue a BA or BS in business administration, you may earn an emphasis in marketing by completing 12 of your 21-24 credit hours of elective coursework in marketing. You will take classes in international marketing, product management, consumer behavior, and more.

What Can I Do With a Marketing Degree From Lindenwood University?

The skills you acquire as a marketing student at Lindenwood University will serve you well as you begin your career with a company, business, or entrepreneurial venture.

If you choose to not pursue a career in marketing, those skills are still transferable in a variety of careers. The Occupational Outlook Handbook at the Bureau of Labor Statistics is a great resource to help you decide which career path to take.