180 Credits | 3 years | Start date: Autumn 2017 | Degree: Degree of Bachelor of Science with a major in Business Administration
Marketing Management is designed to equip you to support a company’s development and growth by leading projects and functions within marketing and business renewal.
The combination of theory and practice, and recurring group work makes Marketing Management a programme that provides you with important experience for your future career.
The programme places special emphasis on the entrepreneurial aspect from the first semester. It also emphasizes the international aspect through the focus on contemporary international markets. All courses are taught in English and the fact that the programme is open to students from around the world reinforces the international aspect.
The programme provides you with the opportunity to spend the fifth semester abroad and choose courses that will help individualise your degree, improve your language skills and develop a personal international network.
Students abroad are limited to choose courses at partner universities within the fields of business administration, economics, statistics, economic geography, commercial law and language.
These courses are selected in coordination with faculty at JIBS and approval of courses is done through JIBS faculty.
You also have the opportunity to study courses at JIBS during that time.
3 years, 180 credits. Bachelor of Science with a major in Business Administration.
A degree from the Marketing Management programme implies that you are well prepared to tackle a range of positions related to marketing in local as well as international businesses. During your career you can, for example, be employed as: Project leader, marketing assistant, communication planner, marketing coordinator, business developer, product manager or brand manager.
With your degree you can apply to both Swedish and international master's programmes. Please note that master's programmes may have different entry requirements.
The programme will prepare you for positions such as project leader, marketing assistant, communication planner, marketing coordinator, business developer, product manager, brand manager, sales person, account manager/key account manager/service manager, after-sales, or export manager.
A bachelor's degree in business administration fulfills the prerequisites for further studies at the master's level. Here at Jönköping University, you can continue with:
Credits: 180,0 ECTS
Rate of study: Full-time
Place of study: Campus-based
Start date: Autumn 2017
Application code: HJ-KU005
General entry requirements include high school diploma; with specific demand on mathematics, civic/social studies, and English proficiency. Read more about our English Requirements.
Read more about our Admissions Requirements.
The number of places is limited and a selection is made based on high-school diploma GPA, and letter of motivation.
(Special Selection: We reserve a limited number of extra seats within this bachelor programme for applicants who are considered particularly suited to the education and JIBS’ profile. Read more.)
Degree of Bachelor of Science with a major in Business Administration.
Tuition fees : SEK 100,000 per year
Tuition fees do NOT apply for EU/EEA citizens or exchange students
NB Preliminary list of courses
Entrepreneurship and Business Planning 7.5 credits
Principles of Project Management 7.5 credits
Basic Financial Accounting 7.5 credits
Business and Academic Communication 1 7.5 credits
Purchasing and Sales 7.5 credits
Supply Chain Management 7.5 credits
Marketing Management 7.5 credits
Organization and Leadership 7.5 credits
Business Statistics 1 7.5 credits
Electronic Commerce 7.5 credits
Marketing Communication 7.5 credits
Microeconomic Principles and Mathematics for Economics 7.5 credits
Corporate Finance 1 7.5 credits
International Marketing 7.5 credits
Business Ethics 7.5 credits
Research Methods: Design, Implementation and Analysis 7.5 credits
Studying abroad/Elective courses 30 credits
Bachelor Thesis in Business Administration 15 credits
Brand Management 7,5 credits
International Marketing Law and Consumer Protection 7,5 credits
Content checked / updated 2016-12-02