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The University of Wyoming's (UW's) College of Business offers students a Bachelor of Science in Business with a major in Marketing delivered via distance education. The program is accredited by the nation's premier accrediting body, AACSB International, the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. These online delivery programs are designed to help students maximize their flexibility in the business world.
The online Marketing degree is offered almost in its entirety through the University of Wyoming, with the exception that students must have taken MATH 2350/2200 and MATH 2355/2205 through another institution as they are not offered online consistently through UW. The University of Wyoming College of Business works closely with our Wyoming community college partners to assist students in taking and transferring these math courses and other courses that align with our curriculum. Students are able to take a variety of transferable 1000 and 2000 level courses from Wyoming Community Colleges, in consultation with the College of Business, and then complete their upper division coursework from the University of Wyoming.
Students will be required to apply to UW and meet UW admissions criteria prior to enrolling in any College of Business program. Students must also attain a 2.500 GPA for graduation for both College of Business and UW courses, complete and submit an anticipated graduation date form, and must pass the Senior Exit Exam (BUSN 4990) to graduate.
The online format and experiential learning environment are ideal for working professionals looking to shape their degrees to meet career aspirations. The new online degree program supports the college’s goal to expand statewide access to its business program offerings.
To determine if you meet the requirements for admission into the online Marketing degree completion program or for questions on the admission process, please contact our enrollment representative, Jake Dalman at email@example.com or 307-766-4222. If you would like to set up an appointment, please do so through this link.
All students wishing to enroll in the online Marketing program must complete the following steps:
Conduct your Pre-Enrollment Appointment with our Student Transition Support Specialist, Jake Dalman through this link.
*Your appointment will help walk you through details about the program and give you additional information on the requirements to being accepted. *
Apply to the University of Wyoming and submit the application fee. Also, remember to submit your final transcripts to Admissions.
*If you did not complete the Pre-Enrollment Meeting prior to submitting an application to UW, please go ahead and schedule your appointment now. Your application will not be processed until you have had this meeting.*
All online Marketing majors are required to meet general education requirements through the University Studies Program as well as college and major requirements and Advanced Business Standing.
Once you have been admitted into the online Marketing degree program, you will work with a professional advisor who is here to help you with selecting classes and beginning a path toward graduation. We want to ensure your success as a student at UW, and our Student Success team is here for you!
We provide a variety of support services that can help you grow academically into a capable and confident learner.
Promotes a meaningful student experience at the College of Business, followed by an inspiring career after graduation.
The Education Abroad Office (EAO) connects the University of Wyoming with international study, volunteer, and internship opportunities through 400+ programs worldwide.
The University of Wyoming offers scholarships based on merit, financial need, or to specific student populations. Be sure to file your FAFSA to be considered for financial need-based awards in the following school year.
The College of Business expects the highest level of integrity from our administration, faculty, staff, students, and alumni. As students of the College of Business at the University of Wyoming, you are expected to conduct yourselves professionally as described in the Code of Conduct and adhere to the ethical principles of this college and the University’s Standards as outlined in the University Regulations.
Meet new people with similar interests as you, develop leadership, communication skills, and other professional development, interact with faculty, staff, students, and the community, and participate in local, regional, and national student and professional activities.
Collectively, our leadership team works tirelessly to focus our college on the student experience, strengthening the research prowess of our faculty, and implementing a strong five-year strategic plan.