Professional Selling Major
Why Major in Professional Selling?
The Professional Selling major is designed to provide students with the necessary skills and experience to launch a successful career in sales.
The major is supported by Baylor's Center for Professional Selling. The selective nature of the program allows four full-time faculty to know and engage in each student's learning and development.
Professional Selling Course Plan
The Professional Selling course plan is taken as part of the Bachelor of Business Administration degree.
Forty-eight hours from the BBA Core form the basis of business knowledge for marketing majors. The core forms the foundation for all business majors at Baylor.
Professional Selling Degree Plan
|I. University/BBA Core||--|
|II. Professional Selling Major Required Courses||19 hours|
|MKT 3310 - Professional Selling and Communications I
MKT 4199 - Professional Sales Internship
MKT 4311 - Professional Selling and Communications II
MGT 4320 - Negotiating and Conflict Resolution
MKT 4330 - Marketing Analysis and Decision Making
MKT 4310 - Sales Force Management/Leadership
MKT 4320 - Marketing Channels
|Core + 19 hours|
For detailed information on the professional selling major, please visit the Center for Professional Selling.