Marketing Schools in Wyoming

As our least populous state, it’s no wonder that Wyoming’s options for a marketing school education are extremely limited, with only one bachelor’s and no advanced degree programs available. Prospective marketing students will find themselves travelling to the University of Wyoming in Laramie or to neighboring states such as Colorado in pursuit of their degree. We’ve designed this guide to provide you with essential facts, figures, statistics and more to help you find the college or university marketing program best suited to your needs and budget, whether within the state of Wyoming or elsewhere.

Quick Facts:

  • 1 university offers a bachelor’s degree program in marketing.
  • No colleges or universities offer a master’s or advanced degree program in marketing.
  • Highest graduation rate*: University of Wyoming, 53%.1
  • Highest transfer-out rate*: University of Wyoming, 30%.1
  • Highest net price per year*: University of Wyoming, $11,203.1
  • Highest student population*: University of Wyoming, 12,925.1
  • Range for annual tuition for marketing degree programs at 4 year colleges and universities in Wyoming: $12,855 (University of Wyoming only).2
  • No schools in Businessweek’s Top Undergraduate Business Schools in 2013 (Top 100).

*For 4-year colleges and universities offering a marketing degree program.

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Wyoming Marketing Graduate Degree Programs

Capella University
Capella University’s 48 credit Master of Business Administration (MBA) with a marketing concentration allows students to earn their degree online in an intensive format. Courses are held in six week sessions. Graduate students will take 33 quarter course credits in such core business topics as financial accounting, integrated global marketing, and the global economic environment. Marketing courses cover consumer behavior, market research, international marketing, and sales and customer relationship management. The program culminates in a capstone course. MBA students may be eligible for a MBA grant or other grants and scholarships offered by Capella to help defray the cost of graduate studies. Prospective applicants can sign up for a one-week trial course to determine if online learning is right for them.

Post University
Post University’s online Master of Business Administration (MBA) in marketing program features small classes of approximately eight students and caters to both full-time and part-time students. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis, allowing students to begin the program in September, November, January, March, May, and July. The 45 credit MBA program is taken in a sequence of foundation courses, core courses, and marketing courses. The program culminates in two capstone courses: the capstone research course and the capstone course. The capstone course requires students to put their knowledge to use in a real world situation, such as developing a business plan from scratch or stepping into the role of consultant with a company, creating a new product or service for sale.

Wyoming Marketing Undergraduate Degree Programs

University of Wyoming
The University of Wyoming features a 120 credit undergraduate program leading to the Bachelor of Science (BS) in Marketing. Marketing majors must complete a combination of general college courses and marketing courses to fulfill degree requirements. General college coursework focuses on math, writing, science, government, and economics. Twelve marketing credits are required, including marketing ethics, consumer behavior, and advanced marketing management, the latter of which is a capstone course taken in the final semester of the program. Marketing majors must maintain a minimum 2.0 GPA in all required courses to remain in the major.

Ashworth College
Ashworth College’s Bachelor’s in Marketing allows students to complete their undergraduate degree online in the traditional four years. Marketing majors generally take five courses a semester with the freshmen and sophomore years focused on completing general electives (math, science, English) and introductory business courses. Juniors and seniors then concentrate on the marketing major, taking such courses as internet marketing, marketing management, project management, leadership skills, e-business strategy, and business ethics. Marketing majors are encouraged to become active within the college’s online community by joining online discussion groups and the school’s Facebook page and by following Ashworth on Twitter and Google+. Ashworth College works with students on payment plans to ensure their undergraduate studies remain affordable and, in some cases, students graduate without any debt.

Wyoming Marketing Salary and Jobs

Occupation Number Employed Average Annual Salary
Advertising and Promotions Managers 110 $40,540
Marketing Managers 40 $84,720
Market Research Analysts and Marketing Specialists 260 $51,640
Public Relations and Fundraising Managers 60 $90,640
Public Relations Specialists 340 $51,420

Data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics as of May 2012.

Career Opportunities for Marketing Graduates in Wyoming

Projected Job Growth


Marketing Research Analysts and Marketing Specialists in Wyoming from 2010-20203

Marketing managers in Wyoming will see a slight growth in jobs between 2010 and 2020 with an estimated increase of two jobs over the decade, which equates to a 12.1 percent increase in job growth.3 Market research analysts and marketing specialists will enjoy a greater job growth of 18.2 percent over the same 10 year period.3 The 272 market research analyst and marketing specialist positions in 2010 are slated to grow to 322 in 2020.3 ReachMobile, 2911 Consulting Group LLC, SE Marketing Innovation, and Mountain Cable Marketing are marketing and advertising firms in Wyoming.

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