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Marketing management deals with the management of a business’s marketing activities and resources. An academic program in the field might explore topics such as consumer decision making, marketing principles, brand image crafting and international marketing.

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Course: Professional Diploma Program in Digital Marketing Management

UC Berkeley Extension
Campus Full-time 2 semesters September 2019 USA Berkeley San Francisco + 1 more

Take both Marketing Management and Digital Marketing Immersive, add a Capstone Portfolio course and three specialization electives, and you'll be eligible for an internship and Optional Practical Training with the two-semester Professional Diploma Program in Digital Marketing Management!

Course: Marketing Management Immersive

UC Berkeley Extension
Campus Full-time 1 semester September 2019 USA Berkeley San Francisco + 1 more

Acquire a strong foundation in applied skills by taking control of a marketing project for a Silicon Valley company. Learn marketing analytics and research to develop a new marketing strategy with operational recommendations.