Retailing is a critical, vibrant global industry experiencing unprecedented change. This paradigm shift requires a workforce with advanced degrees, skills and knowledge to meet the challenges of a globally competitive, complex, and consumer-driven industry. Over 28 million -or one of every four U.S. jobs — is in retail. Retailing encompasses analyzing retail business strategies, managing retail store operations, and buying for retail merchandise in an Omni-channel retail environment.
A B.S. in Retailing degree can help prepare you for many positions including:
Retail Merchandise Manager
Retailing majors take courses in operations, retail finance, retail strategies, consumer behavior, retail buying, global sourcing, brand development, and promotion.
RETL 2550 Retail Operations
RETL 3880 Profit-Centered Retailing
RETL 3950 Visual Merchandising and Promotions
RETL 4850 Brand Development
RETL 4880 Omni-channel Retail Strategies