Ashland University College of Business and Economics Marketing Department

Faculty Spotlight

Dr. Daniel Fox
Faculty
Daniel E. Fox currently serves as the chair of the Department of Marketing/Hospitality Management/Fashion Merchandising. Dr. Fox is an assistant professor of law, teaching both...Read more
Dr. Daniel Fox
Faculty
Daniel E. Fox currently serves as the chair of the Department of Marketing/Hospitality Management/Fashion Merchandising. Dr. Fox is an assistant professor of law, teaching both...Read more
Dr. Daniel Fox
Faculty
Daniel E. Fox currently serves as the chair of the Department of Marketing/Hospitality Management/Fashion Merchandising. Dr. Fox is an assistant professor of law, teaching both...Read more
Diane Moretz
Faculty
Professor Diane Moretz, assistant professor of marketing and hospitality management, joined the Ashland University faculty in 1988. She received a Master of Business Administration degree...Read more
Kris Hovsepian
Faculty
Professor Kristen B. Hovsepian joined Ashland College in 1980 as a part-time instructor. She became full-time in 1981, teaching primarily marketing and management courses. She...Read more
Dr. Daniel Fox
Faculty
Daniel E. Fox currently serves as the chair of the Department of Marketing/Hospitality Management/Fashion Merchandising. Dr. Fox is an assistant professor of law, teaching both...Read more

Careers in Marketing

Average Career Salary

$93,400

Anticipated demand over next 10 years

Demand for jobs in marketing is expected to grow 17 percent over the next ten years. 

Recent employers of our Marketing graduates include:

• American Greetings
• Columbus Dispatch
• Hyatt Hotel
• Nextel Communications
• Proctor & Gamble
• Rubbermaid
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Career Opportunities

• Advertising Account Executive
• Business Development Manager
• Consultant
• Director of Sales and Marketing  See More...

Contact Information

Dr. Dan Fox, Chair
Dauch College of Business & Economics
401 College Ave.
Ashland, OH 44805
dfox1@ashland.edu
419.207.6331 (office)

Combine creativity and business savvy to develop marketing strategies

Learn the fundamentals of building a branding strategy and brainstorming creative ideas in order to bring a campaign to life.

We’ll give you the marketing tools in the classroom, and then you’ll put them to work in special-interest courses and real projects for real companies through required internships.

What You’ll Love About the Marketing Major:

  • No matter the medium — electronic, print or otherwise — the fundamentals of marketing remain the same, so you’ll study theory and work on plenty of practical applications through collaboration and internships.
  • Nothing is more fun that combining business savvy with creativity. So, get ready to laugh your way through brainstorming sessions and to feel the satisfaction of bringing a campaign to life.
  • Spend class time with friendly students and supportive professors, then broaden your skills through exciting internships with companies, big and small.
  • Get the chance to think big since companies increasingly rely on marketing professionals as early as product development, not just sales and promotion afterwards.    Read More...

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