In as few as 12 months, you can complete your Master’s in Marketing in one of the top 10 graduate marketing programs in the United States.
You’ll work with distinguished Eller faculty and fine-tune skills valued in almost any business and industry.
What You'll Learn
In a close-knit setting with small class sizes, you’ll cover every angle of graduate-level marketing study. Subjects include pricing strategies, product innovation, integrated marketing communication, international marketing, business statistics, marketing for managers, relationship marketing and market research.
Over the course of 12 months, 16 months, or a longer part-time schedule, you’ll complete 30 units, including ten courses and one required summer internship. Your courses will be taught by pioneering marketing researchers studying everything from perceptions of “coolness” in communications to the effects of childhood exposure to advertising.
nationally ranked Master's in Marketing program
waived through 2022
You’ll need a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution, transcripts from all colleges attended, a minimum undergraduate GPA of 3.0, two letters of recommendation, a personal statement and resume. We evaluate undergraduate coursework along with your GMAT or GRE score.
In addition to the other requirements, international students must show a TOEFL minimum score of 85 (if they’re native to a non-English-speaking country) and proof of financial resources.
October 15: Round 1
December 1: Round 2
February 1: Round 3 (International Student Deadline)
April 1: Round 4
June 1: Round 5
There are no events listed for this time span.
Return on Investment
Return on Investment
Our Master’s in Marketing equips you with the strategic insights and real-world experiences you need to build your career in marketing. All in as little as 12 months—so you can get out of the classroom and into the job market faster. To further elevate the value of your graduate education, you can even add a second degree.
*Tuition for 12 month enrollment. Tuition and fees subject to change.
Find a dynamic career path in marketing management, sales and promotion, market research, purchasing and procurement, entertainment marketing or even social media management. You can work with organizations large or small, global or local—putting your skills to use in almost any industry.