Marketing & Entrepreneurship Education

    PROGRAM DESCRIPTION - NC DPI

    Marketing and Entrepreneurship and Entrepreneurship Education prepares students for postsecondary education and careers in marketing communications, marketing management, marketing research, merchandising, and professional sales. Marketing and Entrepreneurship and Entrepreneurship consists of making socioeconomic decisions and producing goods and services to consumption. Instruction is as specific as procedures for merchandising and as general as the creativity needed to develop an effective promotion.

    The function of marketing occurs in all industries. Application of skills in reading, writing, mathematics, critical thinking, inquiry-based, problem-solving and psychology is found throughout the curriculum. The pace at which marketing activities are changing has accelerated due to environmental shifts taking place in the business world: downsizing, outsourcing, off-shoring, mergers, global competition, world markets, and technological innovations. These changes impact the skills, attitudes, and abilities needed for success in today's workplace.

     
    More information on this area may be found on the NC DPI website - Marketing & Entrepreneurship Education.
     
    TCR Instructors
     

    Marketing and Entrepreneurship Education

    Course #

    Course Name

    MM51

    Marketing 

     MA52  Marketing Applications

    MH31

    Sports & Entertainment Marketing I # (must complete Spt Ent Mktg 1 & 2 to earn Articulation Credit)

    MH32

    Sports & Entertainment Marketing II (must complete Spt Ent Mktg 1 & 2 to earn Articulation Credit)

    ME11

    Entrepreneurship I

    BF05

    Personal Finance