Marquette University’s Center for Professional Selling features a pragmatic and applied learning experience that drives value for students, the university and corporate partners.
The Center provides real-world experiences in what many executives call the single most important function in any business – sales.
The Center also helps students differentiate themselves in the job market by enhancing their analytical and tactical skill sets, focusing on consultative selling, relationship building, and developing trusted long-term partnerships with clients.
Why take courses with Marquette’s Center for Professional Selling?
Graduates of Sales programs 'ramp-up' 50% faster than their non-sales educated peers
Sales graduates average 2.8 job offers before graduation
Sales graduates report their career satisfaction rating over 77%
Sales graduates require less training
For more information, or to express interest in the Center, contact: Alex Milovic, Assistant Professor of Practice - Marketing (414) 315-1600 Alexander.firstname.lastname@example.org Straz Hall 426
Selling fundamentals, sales as a career, ethical selling, prospecting, planning a sales call, relationship selling, negotiations, networking, sales role plays, presentation development
MARK 4191 – Relationship Selling
Territory management, call planning, developing and managing a sales pipeline, training new sales associates, inside sales techniques, sales goals, performance metrics. Field sales training - selling tickets for the Milwaukee Bucks or Marquette Basketball
MARK 4030 – Customer Relationship Management
Experience with Salesforce, Microsoft Dynamics, and Zoho.com, familiarity with entering, editing, querying data, developing and understanding dashboards and CRM reports