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  Dec 16, 2017
 
 
    
2016-2017 Undergraduate Catalog [Not Current Academic Year. Consult with Your Academic Advisor for Your Catalog Year]

Marketing with a Certificate in Professional Selling


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C.T. Bauer College of Business  > Department of Marketing and Entrepreneurship  > Marketing with a Certificate in Professional Selling

The Program for Excellence in Selling (PES) is the nation’s leading selling program PES is a certificate program that accepts students of all majors, allowing students who are selected for the program to continue studying in their majors while also broadening their presentation and selling skills. PES teaches students how to effectively sell products, services, and, most importantly, themselves and their ideas.

Students are awarded Professional Selling certificates upon completion of a sequence of sales and four sales management courses in addition to the  MARK 3337  prerequisite: MARK 4373 MARK 4376 , MARK 4379  and MARK 4374 , and for an advanced certificate, MARK 4375 . These courses may count toward degree requirements for Marketing majors, as advanced business electives for other majors within business, or toward a minor in sales.

Benefits of the program include a bi-annual sales career fair, job placement, and an alumni association. The sales career fair is planned, sold, and run by students in the program. Some of Houston’s most prestigious companies attend this function to hire the best-trained sales professionals in the industry. In addition, positions are posted daily in the program office. The alumni association for PES grows every year, providing an ideal situation for sales students to network among themselves.

For further details on requirements, benefits, and admission to the program, consult the program Web site, http://www.bauer.uh.edu/sei/index.php, or call 713-743-4746.

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