Entry Level Marketing Career Descriptions
- Work in Offices, Monday to Friday during the day. Some evenings and weekends might be necessary to project deadlines.
- Use effective communication skills
- Ability to critically think
- Develop strategies to anticipate and satisfy market needs
- Work closely with customers to help them make sound decisions in purchasing products or services
- Leadership skills
- Basic computer skills and business writing
Marketing Program Outcomes
In addition to receiving an associate’s degree in marketing from Western Technical College, there are multiple options a graduate can take. A graduate can go directly into the workface allowing them to acquire positions that would not have been possible otherwise as well as transfer their credits to further pursue their educational goals and earn a bachelor’s degree at another school.
|Employed In Related Occupations||8||9||3||4|
|Employed in Non-related Occupations||5||3||3||0|
|Not In Labor Market||0||0||0||0|
Full Time Salary Data – Related Employment
|Average Hours Per week||41||42||41||45|
|Median Hourly Wage||$13.20||$12.61||$14.00||$13.51|
|Hourly Wage Range||$10.50-$25.64||$11.00-$17.65||$13.00-$17.09||$12.60-$14.42|
|Median Annual Salary||$31,720||$29,500||$29,120||$26,208|
- What can you do with an Associates of Applied Science in Marketing degree?
|Job||Starting Salary||Job Openings/year|
|Marketing Analytics and Marketing Specialist||$34,720||378|
|Marketing Communications Specialist||$53, 420|
Danielle Joy Harvieux
After graduating I worked at a mortgage company for a few years trying to sell home loans, but got tired of the roller coaster of income. I started in customer service at Inland Marketing Services (now called In*Tech) almost 4 years ago and was recently promoted to Service Team Manager. Project management helped me immensely as that is what I do on a daily basis for my customers and clients.
I took a semester off after graduating from Western, and then I decided to go back for my Bachelor’s at Winona State. I will be graduating in fall finally, and the thought of grad school has crossed my mind, but I don’t know if I’m ready for that plateau right now. I can honestly say that taking the knowledge I gained from Western has made me a better and more well-rounded student. In retrospect, I kind of wish I would have transferred into Viterbo because of their transfer agreement (Winona didn’t take nearly as many credits), but I love WSU, and I would recommend it to anyone.
Continuing Education – Transfer Agreements
|School||Agreement Date||Credits that Transfer from Western
|Franklin University||1/4/2001||Varies by Program|
|Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota||10/1/2012||Max of 66 credits|
|Silver Lake College||1/11/2006||66-69|
|University of WI – La Crosse||1/7/2006||29|
|University of WI – La Crosse||1/7/2008||Up to 30 Gen Studies plus additional course credits as appropriate for programs listed|
|University of WI – Oshkosh||1/7/2008||Max of 72 credits|
|University of WI – Stout||1/4/2008||78|
|Upper Iowa University||1/10/2005||Max of 78|