Minor in Advertising

About the Advertising Minor

Our Advertising Minor offers you a holistic understanding of the advertising industry and its significance in contemporary society. You will explore the principles and practices of advertising, including advertising strategy, creative messaging, media planning, and consumer behavior. With a combination of theoretical coursework and practical experience, you will develop skills in creating effective advertising campaigns that engage consumers and meet business objectives in this advertising minor.

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Why Study Advertising at CWU?

Advertising requires creativity and innovation to grab the attention of consumers and stand out from competitors.

Studying advertising can help you develop these skills and learn how to apply them to various media platforms. Our faculty comprises industry experts who are passionate about teaching and mentoring students. With their guidance, you will have access to experiential learning opportunities that will enhance your skills and prepare you for your future career.

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