Job growth in marketing and related fields is expected to grow at an average rate (about 12 percent) through 2016. Due to shifts in the economy, jobs in manufacturing areas will likely decline, but those in scientific, professional, technical and related services will grow. College graduates fueled creativity, strong communication skills and computer/Internet savvy will have the best chance at competing for these coveted jobs. Just a quick brag: 97 percent of Ashland University’s marketing graduates find placements they want, not just any job. Learn More >>
“I am pleased that Ashland University is intellectually demanding, faithful to its principals of creatively engaging their students, and they build an atmosphere of respect and community. Morals and civic engagement have been acknowledged as an important component of my education at this University.” --
Jenna Purdy, from Orrville, Ohio, involved in Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Newman Ministry, Hope Fellowship, The Well- Religious Life, Students in Free Enterprise, Mayers Hall Council, Residential Housing Association, American Marketing Association and Adventure Club.