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Siena's marketing major is ranked #1 in the United States by and ranked in the top 10 programs by DesignRush.

As a marketing Saint, you can take a wide variety of course topics based on your interests from product development to international marketing to marketing and communications. You'll experience small, engaging classes that offer customized learning. Your professors won't just provide you with expert lectures but also discussions, case studies, real world projects and computer simulations.

Want to do an internship or two or three? You got it. Interested in doing research with a professor? You can do that, too! An 18 credit minor is also offered. 

Internship sites include: 

  • Albany Broadcasting Company
  • BBL Construction Services
  • GE
  • GlobalFoundries
  • IBM
  • KPMG
  • Merrill Lynch
  • Nestlé
  • Nielsen Company
  • Price Chopper
  • Target
  • Tri-City Valley Cats

Your Future Success

Siena’s marketing degree provides preparation for graduate programs and a wide variety of industries and careers including: packaged goods, services, sports marketing, international marketing, e-commerce (social media marketing), business marketing, advertising, public relations, consulting, retail, sales and relationship management, marketing research, marketing analytics and entrepreneurial marketing. 

Recent alumni careers:

  • Digital Content Writer
  • Digital Marketing Consultant
  • Director of Marketing and Communications
  • Email Marketing Specialist
  • Marketing Manager
  • Marketing Strategist
  • Realtor
  • Senior Marketing Analyst

Elise Seifritz ’19

Majors: Marketing and Business
Within 4 weeks of being an intern at Amazon during summer of 2018, Elise was offered a full-time job upon graduating. She will be a Senior H.R. Assistant for the company. 
“I see a value in a private liberal arts college because you get a wide variety of an education. The core here allows you to become interested in other academic areas. That’s what drove me to eventually end up in the business school”