You will learn to apply principles of cultural brand management and conduct ethnographic market research methods to gain deep and rich insights into consumer culture.
The focus area of the profile is Global Marketing and Consumer Culture. Graduates with this profile will have greater knowledge within the main subjects in: socio-cultural perspectives on consumption, marketing and branding as well ethnographic approaches to market research using advanced marketing theory.
Furthermore, candidates will have gained knowledge about and skills in order to be able to analyze the fundamental social and cultural principles and logics that spur processes of globalization and their consequences for markets, corporations and consumers. Finally, the graduate will have gained competences in analyzing the contemporary relationships between marketing and culture and managing similarities and differences between different cultures as well as applying contemporary principles of cultural brand management and ethnographic market research methods in a globalizing cultural economy.
All profiles in Master of Science in Economics and Business Administration - Global Marketing and Consumer Culture at University of Southern Denmark share the same general competences. Each profile has a focus area in which the graduate will get specific knowledge, skills, and competences. Below, you can read about the general competences and the specific area of focus of the research-oriented programmes offered at Campus Odense.
The MSc programme in Global Marketing and Consumer Culture at Campus Odense gives you an excellent versatile foundation for future career opportunities. The courses offer a unique combination of theory and practice to ensure a solid theoretical basis and tools readily employable in your first job.
The competences obtained during the studies in Odense can be used in curriculum development, ranging from becoming an individual business entrepreneur, working as a specialist in large multinational companies or as a consultant internationally.
Whether you want a career as self-employed or as a manager in public or private companies this degree will boost your future career. You can, for example, work in discovery and research of new ideas to planning, management and realization of business concepts in Danish and international companies. With this programme you are qualified for a job in Denmark or abroad for example:
Globalization & Cultural Marketing: Head of NGO, Project Manager
The programme focuses on socio-cultural perspectives on consumption, marketing and branding, as well as ethnographic approaches to market research using advanced marketing theory. You will be taught by an international group of researchers who have studied consumer culture from the polar circle to the Amazon and from YouTube to the Sahel zone. You will also gain skills for analyzing the fundamental social and cultural principles and logics that spur processes of globalization and their consequences for markets, corporations and consumers.
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