Develop the Marketing Strategies That Organizations Need
Marketing is essential for virtually every type of company and organization. As the revenue-generating arm of the company, marketing is responsible for developing and implementing strategies to offer products and services to meet the needs of customers – and do so much more effectively than competitors. As a marketing major, students will learn how to (a) identify and understand target customers and (b) design, price and deliver a product offering to meet their needs and desires.
Flexible Program Design to Meet Your Personal Interests
In your coursework, you will explore consumer behavior, study marketing channels and distribution, and learn the value of marketing research for effective decision-making.
Flexibility in program design to address individual areas of interest is assured by
a variety of marketing electives including retailing, integrated marketing communications,
services marketing, sports marketing, social media marketing, sales management, brand
management, and international marketing.
Major Checklist and Marketing Electives
Marketing faculty provide unique perspectives, marketing expertise, cultural diversity and a wealth of experience.
What Will I Do With My Degree?
UHCL's Bachelor of Science in Marketing provides the education necessary to succeed in sales, advertising, retailing, marketing research, customer service, social media and more.
Get Connected. Get in the Game.
A Bachelor of Science in Marketing from UHCL will prepare you for multiple careers within the marketing world, whether your objective is to begin a new career or bolster an existing career. We encourage students to expand their professional contacts through networking. Joining the UHCL student chapter of the American Marketing Association connects students with important Houston companies and fellow marketing students to get you started on your career path.
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Deadlines for Applying
- Freshman Deadlines
Priority - February 1
Final (Summer Session I) - June 10*
Final (Summer Session II) - July 15*
*Online application closes May 21. Freshman students applying after May 21 must submit all required documents along with paper application to the Office of Admissions.
Priority - February 1
Final - August 1
Priority - September 1
Final - December 1
- Transfer Deadlines
Spring 2019Final - January 22
Summer 2019Priority – May 21
Final (Summer Session I) – June 10
Final (Summer Session II) – July 15
Fall 2019Priority - August 12
Final - August 26
Spring 2020Priority - January 1
Final - TBA
Online applications close for transfer students after the Priority Deadline. Students who apply after the priority deadline must submit all required documentation with their paper application to the Office of Admissions and will be processed for late registration.
- International Deadlines
Priority – March 1
Final – June 1
Priority – August 1
Final – November 1
Priority – February 1
Final – April 20
Students interested in qualifying for scholarships &/or applying for visas outside the U.S. should apply and submit the application documents/test scores by the priority deadline
*International freshmen applicants will not be accepted for Summer semester.
Accreditations and Distinctions
|University of Houston-Clear Lake is an accredited member of AACSB International—The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.|