Majors and minors offered
Compete for two full-tuition per year Business Scholarships.
Management and marketing faculty will also help you put theory into practice with internship and career opportunities tailored to your interests. The end result? You will leave Carthage ready and confident to succeed in business.
Through the marketing and management programs at Carthage, you will enhance your ability to work in the dynamic global conditions of the 21st century.
Choose the major or minor that fits your interests, while preparing for a variety of careers in both the private and public sectors. Learn from expert faculty with advanced degrees from top business schools and decades of experience in executive offices of leading companies.
Expert, approachable faculty
Our management and marketing professors boast practical experience that stems from employment at CNH, Miller Brewing, SC Johnson, Snap-On, and Motorola. Most faculty offices are located right in the Clausen Center, with an open invitation for students to stop by for discussion.
Carthage’s proprietary student-centered philosophy, the READY™ curriculum design, takes you past the theories of business to develop the best-prepared business students. To implement the READY™ (Real-world Experience And Developing You) promise, every professor brings business experience into the classroom through multiple real-world projects and simulations and curriculum embedded with industry-standard software. You will become fluent in programs like SalesForce.com, SPSS Statistics, Microsoft Project, and Google AdWords.
First-class learning center
The A. W. Clausen Center for World Business prepares students for business leadership in a global economy. You won’t find any large lecture halls; Clausen Center classrooms encourage group discussion. You will develop presentation skills while using the building’s multimedia equipment. The centerpiece is the Troha Boardroom, with all the accoutrements of corporate executive offices and directors’ suites. There, you might make a presentation, engage in a debate with fellow students and professors, or meet with visiting business leaders. Afterward, continue the conversation over a latte at the Starbucks on the first floor.
“As a management and marketing major, you can go any which way into the business world. With all the professors’ experiences and connections, the real world experiences you get in the classroom make your education even more valuable.”
— Hannah Mack ’18
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