- What is the difference between the MS (Marketing) Program and the MBA Program with a Marketing Concentration?
- What are the standards for admission to Purdue’s MS (Marketing) program?
- When can students enter the program?
- What are the application deadlines?
- What are the graduation requirements?
- What is the estimated cost of attending the MS Marketing program?
- What type of financial assistance is available?
What is the difference between the MS (Marketing) Program and the MBA Program with a Marketing Concentration?
The MS (Marketing) Program is a one-year pre-experience, specialized program in marketing. It is specifically designed for undergraduates with no or limited work experience who aim to pursue a career in marketing. To the extent prior work experience is not required, the program places emphasis on acquiring experience in applying theoretical concepts to analyze and solve marketing problems through case studies, hands-on exercises, active learning projects, and immersion courses.
The coursework in an MBA program is more broad-based and students are required to take at least one course in each functional area of business administration. MBA students have the option of selecting an area of specialization from among varied areas of business management including marketing.
What are the standards for admission to Purdue’s MS (Marketing) program?
Program applicants are required to take either GMAT or GRE. International applicants are also required to take TOEFL. Although no minimum scores are required for admission, GMAT/GRE and TOEFL scores will be considering during the application review process.
When can students enter the program?
Students begin the program during the summer session.
What are the application deadlines?
The deadline for international applicants and priority U.S. applicants is March 1 and the deadline for U.S. applicants is April 1.
What are the graduation requirements?
The program begins with a summer session and can be completed in one year at the end of the following spring semester.
Students are required to complete at least 33 credit hours to fulfill the requirements for the MS Marketing program.
What is the estimated cost of attending the MS Marketing program?
The estimated tuition and fees for three academic sessions (summer, fall, and spring) not including books and living expenses are:
What type of financial assistance is available?
A limited number of scholarships are available.
All admitted candidates, both domestic and international, are automatically considered for financial awards.