|ACCT 5550: Managerial Finance|
|BISM 5010: Computer Business Applications|
|MKTG 5007: Fundamentals of Marketing|
|MKTG 5009: Professional Selling|
|RSMT 5010: Marketing Research and Analytics|
|WORK 5050: Career Development|
|BUS 5023: Supply Chain Management|
|BUS 5505: Canadian Business Law|
|MKTG 5506: Marketing Leadership and Innovation|
|MKTG 5510: Strategic Marketing Management|
|MKTG 5515: Digital Marketing Strategies and Applications|
|MKTG 5519: Integrated Marketing Communications|
|WORK 5512: Field Placement|
Current students, please make sure to review your MyHumber Academic Progress report to confirm which courses you should register into for your Winter semester. Courses with in-person requirements will likely also have online components. Humber may need to change plans for in-person learning, subject to government and public health directives and/or additional health and safety considerations.
Upon successful completion of the program, a graduate will:
Formulate a marketing* plan that will meet the needs or goals of a business or organization.
Develop an integrated marketing communications plan * for a product*, concept, good and/or service based on an identified market need or target.
Formulate strategies for developing new and/or modified products*, concepts, goods and services that respond to evolving market needs.
Develop strategies for the efficient and effective placement/ distribution of products*, concepts, goods, and services that respond to evolving markets.
Evaluate the impact of using different marketing strategies for a product, concept, good and/or service, on the finances, Return on Investment (ROI) and business goals of an organization.
Evaluate the viability of a concept, product*, good and/ or service in a local, national or international markets.
Conduct market research* to provide information needed to make marketing* decisions.
Communicate marketing* information persuasively and accurately in oral, written, graphic and interactive media* formats.
Plan, prepare and deliver a sales presentation or pitch that addresses the needs of the client.
Develop strategies with clients, customers, and consumers* and others to grow and maintain relationships.
Develop learning and development strategies and plans to enhance professional growth in the field.
Apply entrepreneurial strategies to identify and respond to new career opportunities that might include contract employment, and self-employment initiatives.
Participate in and contribute to a framework of organizational policies and practices, when conducting business of the organization.
Apply the principles of business ethics and corporate social responsibility to business decisions.
Employ the management techniques of planning, organizing, directing, and controlling of marketing functions and activities in response to the business needs of the organization.
Gain hands-on industry experience with a work placement. Here you will have the opportunity to apply what you have learned in the classroom in a real-world business environment. With our support, you will find your placement at any number of leading marketing or advertising firms, or directly within the marketing departments of local, national or international brands. A 160-hour (minimum) work placement may be completed full time in the third semester.
Roles in these placements have included Media Planner, Digital Strategist, Client Strategist, Media Manager, Analyst, Account Manager, Marketing Coordinator, Brand Associate, Social Media Planner, and much more. Past placement companies include:
Is This Program Right For Me?
Gain Skills that Employers Want
Our goal is to make sure you are career-ready when you graduate. That's why we teach marketing skills that employers want in their new hires. In this program, you'll be introduced to cutting-edge market research tools and techniques such as Comscore, Vividata, Google Adwords & Analytics, market segmentation, as well as focus groups. Become confident with essential marketing practices like marketing communications, digital planning and measurement, analytics, content management, and much, much more.
What's more, to complement this industry know-how, our curriculum also includes training in professional soft skills such as leadership, team dynamics, presentations, professional writing, time management, problem-solving and more.
Learn From Industry-expert Instructors
Not only will you gain essential marketing skills, but you'll also learn from professionals who live and breathe Marketing. Our faculty are all industry experts with years of experience working in a number of capacities in the marketing field. Past and current faculty job titles include manager, senior legal council, director of operations, COO and chief marketing officer from some of the leading national agencies and brands. With a passion for teaching and marketing, our faculty prepares students to graduate career-ready.
Projects You'll Work On
This program utilizes in-class learning activities, such as lectures, discussions, exams, quizzes and learning exercises. But learning isn't just limited to the classroom or even the Humber campus. You'll be involved in hands-on projects that mimic the roles and responsibilities of marketing professionals, like working on creating a fully integrated marketing plan, sales simulations, market research, drafting creative briefs, determining the financial viability of entering a new market, and more.
Another major project includes the selling Toronto Marlies (MLSE) tickets to help raise money for Camp Oochigeas, a charity that allows children affected by childhood cancer to enjoy camp and feel like kids again. You'll build your sales and business skills, while also contributing to a worthy cause.
Career Search Assistance
Not only will you be prepared for a job in marketing, but you'll also learn skills that will help you secure that job! The curriculum covers soft skills, such as preparing effective resumes and cover letters, presentation skills, interview best practices, your elevator pitch and the resources to search for internships and jobs. Throughout the year, internships and jobs will be posted on our job portals giving you the opportunity to find the work placement opportunity that aligns with your career ambitions.
Marketing is the business discipline that applies to every organization. Marketing management focuses on creating, building, communicating and delivering value to customers in ways that meet organizational goals. Marketing managers research and analyze markets, develop products, design communications and promotional strategies, draft sales presentations, decide pricing and distribution policy, and build brands – all to satisfy customer needs and wants and the organization’s goals and objectives.
Hiring companies are diverse, from small start-ups for students with an entrepreneurial spirit to many global agencies and brands. Our graduates work as:
Advertising - Media Management
Credential: Ontario Graduate Certificate
Length: 3 semesters
Watch the video of the "Salesville Sales Simulation" to hear about the interactive simulation.
Grads Give Back: Episode 5 - Natasha Persad
Mon, March 29, 2021
We spoke with Natasha Persad, Director of Partner Marketing at Vena Solutions who works with business partners to inspire the way people and businesses grow using Vena’s complete planning platform.
Grads Give Back: Episode 4 - Cesar Gomez
Tue, February 02, 2021
We spoke to Cesar Gomez, Manager of Ontario Business Resources at the CFIB and Business Marketing program grad about the skills he gained at Humber.
Business Students Compete in Inaugural Online Marketing Competition
Mon, January 04, 2021
Humber hosted its first-ever online Humber College Marketing Competition (HCMC) after the difficult decision was made to cancel the annual province-wide Ontario Colleges Marketing Competition (OCMC).
No news at this time.
Faculty of Business News
Guest Speaker Delivers an Insightful Session on Projects with Global Learning Collective
Fri, April 02, 2021
The Work-Integrated Learning Centre invited Campus B Program Manager and member of CEPA and the Global Learning Collective Andre Siffert to speak with students about the upcoming opportunities.
Industry Thought Leader Gives Advice on Career Management
Fri, April 02, 2021
Senior Vice President of CHUBB Insurance Colin Laird gave an excellent lecture on Career Management during uncertain times.
WIL Centre Manager Discusses the Future of Internships
Thu, April 01, 2021
WIL Centre Manager Antoniette Di Marco was recently interviewed by the Toronto Star for her current experience in helping students navigate placement opportunities during the pandemic.
No news at this time.
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