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Marketing and Communications

Students in blue shirts holding a map of the world and a banner that says "We Welcome"

Johns Hopkins students created the “We Welcome __” in an advertising and marketing class offered through the Whiting School of Engineering’s Center for Leadership Education. The group recently hosted a “Thirst for Culture” awareness and education event on The Beach at the university’s Homewood campus.

The Marketing and Communications program offers Johns Hopkins Arts & Sciences, Engineering, and Peabody students a broad array of courses designed to equip them to lead in the marketing and communications fields, and complements major courses of study in departments across campus. Students who opt to declare the minor will choose between two tracks: the Marketing Management track and the Integrated Marketing Communications track. Courses are also open to students who choose not to declare the minor.

The Marketing Management track is geared towards students who wish to pursue a career in product or marketing management at a large-scale enterprise. This track emphasizes learning how to manage both the message and the financial impact of marketing campaigns, as well as how to manage a product line from development to launch.

The Integrated Marketing Communications track is designed for students who want to be more involved in the creative side of the marketing field, including areas such as advertising, public relations and social media. This track emphasizes forming marketing messages, and the production of creative content and deliverables for a variety of different industries.

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