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Prep for your marketing career — while you're still in school

Get involved with an on-campus group

If you’ve ever thought about becoming the next Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk or Chip and Joanna Gaines, the Entrepreneurship Club is perfect for you. Grow your entrepreneurial spirit right on campus and learn how to build and run your own business. You’ll also get the support you need to keep your business thriving and get tips and tricks from the experts on how to market your products or services to grow your customer base. 

Join the Beta Gamma Sigma Honor Society

Boost your resume with the Beta Gamma Sigma Honor Society. It’s an international society for the best of the best business students in AACSB-accredited schools — that’s prestigious since only 5% of the world’s business programs have that accreditation (and TXWES is one of them). As a member, you’ll get to network with fellow students, get special internship opportunities and get access to free member-only resources to level up your career.

Take advantage of living in DFW

Dallas-Fort Worth is the fourth biggest metroplex in the United States and is a hotbed for marketing activity. While getting your bachelor’s in marketing in DFW, you’ll have plenty of internship and job opportunities. With the Cowboys, Mavericks, Stars and Rangers, as well as a professional soccer team and minor league teams, you may be able to get your foot in the door in sports marketing. More interested in fashion? NeoBantu, Don Morphy, Dead Soxy and many others are headquartered in Dallas. No matter what industry of marketing you’re looking to get into, Dallas-Fort Worth is packed with opportunities to make your big career dreams a reality. Talk to your academic advisor and Career Services about jobs and internships that might be a good fit to launch your marketing career.

Think about grad school early

While getting your bachelor’s in marketing, start thinking early on about getting your MBA. With Texas Wesleyan’s Fifth-Year Option program, you can put yourself on the right track towards completing your bachelor’s and MBA in just five years. More opportunities will be opened to you and your salary can become even more lucrative with a master’s degree — we’re talking up to $40,000 more a year. Even if you ultimately decide not to pursue the Fifth-Year Option, being on a path to grad school can open up new doors and opportunities to you while you are still in school.


Interested in pursuing a marketing degree? Check out our Smaller. Smarter. B.B.A. in Marketing.

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The School of Business Administration's small class sizes and faculty experts give you the right environment to thrive. Get your Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) and gain the knowledge you need to compete for jobs in the business market after graduation or apply to graduate school.