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
Retail buyer
Retail operations
Retail Analyst
Retail management

Retailing majors take courses in operations, retail finance, retail strategies, consumer behavior, retail buying, global sourcing, brand development, and promotion.

Click here for Retailing degree requirements sheet

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 


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