Marketing Sales Management

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Degrees and Certificates

Why Choose This Program

The Marketing Sales Management program gives graduates a combination of knowledge and skills that work in any industry.

Students will have an in-depth emphasis in marketing, management, and sales studies: marketing management, branding and promotion, sales management, professional sales, human resource management, customer service, entrepreneurship, business math, and accounting. 

Students also apply their classroom learning directly to an internship in a real-world workplace.  Many of these internships lead to employment after graduating.   

Grads from this program go on to careers as managers and supervisors, professional sales representatives, retail managers, sales managers, customer service representatives and managers, hospitality managers, marketing assistants, and managing or running small businesses.

Placement rate from self-reported data of employment in field of study up to one year post graduation.

2021 Placement
Central MN Median Wage

Wage data is from Minnesota Dept. of Employment and Economic Development (DEED).

From Degree to Career

When you choose the Marketing Sales Management program at SCTCC, you’ll gain skills that will directly transfer to the workplace. There are several employers in the St. Cloud area that are ready to hire including St. Cloud Hospital, Marco, Capital One, and more.

With communication and presentation skills, effective collaboration and teamwork skills, confident leadership skills, and critical thinking and problem-solving, our students leave SCTCC with the necessary skills for the workforce.

Students in our Marketing Sales Management program understand how to build relationships, the necessary attitude for effective customer service, and emotional intelligences. We even teach our graduates selling and negotiating abilities along with marketing and management skills.

Quick Glance

  • Communication and presentation skills
  • Collaboration and teamwork
  • Confidence and leadership
  • Relationship building
  • Critical thinking and problem solving
  • Attitude of customer service
  • Selling and negotiating abilities 
  • Marketing and management skills 
  • Emotional intelligence 

With a degree from SCTCC, students have a wide variety of options for their future career path. Our graduates have worked in sales or retail management. They have even held leadership positions such as professional sales representative, marketing assistant, and customer service representative or manager.

Some of our Marketing Sales Management graduates have gone on to become entrepreneurs or small business owners. Our students are certain to find the perfect career for them.

Students in our Marketing Sales Management program are highly employable. Most industries are in need of and will hire sales, management, and marketing professionals.

By using the skills taught in the SCTCC classrooms, our students have gone on to work with Integrity Global Solutions as marketing assistants. We ensure every graduate finds the path right for them.

Quick Glance

Career Options

  • Sales or Retail Management
  • Professional Sales Representative
  • Customer Service Representative/Manager
  • Entrepreneur/Small Business Owner
  • Marketing Assistant 

Potential Employers

Most industries employ sales, management, and marketing professionals

SCTCC graduates have utilized their skills learned in our classrooms to succeed in the workforce. Our students have worked with successful companies like Marco, Capital One, ATS, Best Buy, Fastenal and Primerica Financial Services.Capital One SCTCC grads

You can even be one of our graduates working for Opportunity Matters, St. Cloud Hospital, St. Cloud Technical & Community College, and Integrity Global Solutions.

Pictured: SCTCC graduates who work at Capital One, left to right: Mike Clausen, Abbie Wertz, SMM instructor Becky Shand, Michelle Molitor, Jesse Provo.

Quick Glance

  • Marco
  • Capital One
  • ATS
  • Best Buy
  • Fastenal
  • Primerica Financial Services 
  • Opportunity Matters 
  • St. Cloud Hospital
  • St. Cloud Technical & Community College
  • Integrity Global Solutions 

If you are interested in getting your bachelor’s degree, SCTCC has an Articulation Agreement with Minnesota State University – Moorhead in the Project Management bachelor's degree. SCTCC teaches students the foundational skills needed to obtain a bachelor’s degree.

Project Management Bachelor's Degree

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students watching presentation
teacher speaking to class
DECA students
DECA students celebrating

Ready to Take the Next Step?

Are you ready to learn more about the Marketing Sales Management program and being a student at SCTCC? Contact our instructors directly or join us for a Business Info Session to meet with instructors and Admissions representatives to get started.

Connect with the SCTCC Admissions team:

  • Call us at 320-308-5089
  • Email us at
  • On campus Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

Meet the Admissions Staff.

Paying for College

Students choose SCTCC for a lot of reasons, but saving money is one reason we hear from almost every student at SCTCC. We’ve got a breakdown of the costs for the program, along with information on financial aid and scholarships.

In addition to tuition and fees, students can expect to pay $1835-$2722 on books, materials, and supplies.

To maximize accessibility for students, you can apply one time to be considered for all eligible scholarships.

SCTCC Scholarships

Current Students

Current Marketing Sales Management students - this is your place for information.

Rebecca (Becky) Shand
Northway 1-323-F

Collegiate DECA - From the Classroom to the Boardroom

Students in our Sales Management Marketing program have the opportunity to join Collegiate DECA, a student organization for all Business students.

DECA is a great opportunity for students to apply classroom learning through project-based activities with real outcomes and practice marketing, management, sales, financial analysis, culinary, entrepreneurship, project planning, and various business skills.

While participating in DECA, students can connect and network with businesses that want to hire them, learn and participate in competitive local, state, and international conferences, and practice community-based responsibility and the act of ‘paying it forward’.

SCTCC students in DECA become professionally responsible and develop as a leader as they prepare to enter the workforce. Collegiate DECA is a great place for students to meet new people, work hard, and have fun.

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