The two-year MS in Integrated Marketing will provide you with the ideas and best practices that are essential for success in today’s global business and marketing landscape. Marketing is increasingly seen as the growth driver of business - with its sensitivity to the insights and needs of consumers and the function’s strength in creatively translating business concepts into competitive and differentiated products and services, supported by compelling and impactful marketing programs. If you are looking to excel across a broad range of industries or organizations, with a comprehensive and integrated focus on the levers of the marketing mix, the full-time or part-time MS in Integrated Marketing is the right choice.
MS in Integrated Marketing
At its core, the MS in Integrated Marketing is driven by creative approaches, strategic imperatives of digital transformation, and the profound value of data-driven, fact-based marketing. You will study with practitioners of marketing with careers that provide models of leadership and innovation across the full range of marketing disciplines and functional specialties. Taught with a mixture of classroom learning and real-world practice, the course offers experiential learning and career development such as internships, plus full-time career guidance curated with the help of the School’s dedicated career center.
Leveraging the valuable networks of NYU and aligning with the faculty’s connections to iconic brands and marketing agencies, you will benefit from an academic experience situated within a growing professional network. Through projects that provide direct collaboration with industry, a commitment to academic rigor, and an eye to constant innovation, the MS in Integrated Marketing will give you the academic credentials and qualifications you need to succeed without sacrificing the hands-on experience you must have to remain relevant in the field.
FLEXIBILITY FOR FALL 2021
NYU plans to resume in-person instruction for academic year 2021-22, and will welcome students back on campus. If you are unable to attend in-person for Fall 2021, accommodations may be available for remote study.
NOTE: Certain restrictions and requirements may apply for international students.
Our two-year program starts with a core set of courses which allow you to begin applying the foundational concepts of marketing that professionals call upon in the design and development of strategic and effective marketing programs. These courses include campaign development, financial decisions for marketing, strategy development, and leadership orientation. Students and faculty use the classroom to engage in practical exercises and discussions around topics like customer relationship marketing and digital marketing. They also have the opportunity to discuss and apply their knowledge to live marketing problems unfolding in the real-world as they occur throughout the semester.
With an eye to the expansive nature of the field of integrated marketing, our program is designed with multiple options within each concentration and an opportunity to take a course elsewhere at NYU to create an academic plan that truly meets your unique goals.
Internships provide students with the opportunity to acquire professional experience and add a real-world perspective to their studies. Working on-site at a corporation, nonprofit, governmental organization, or educational institution, internships provide working experiences offered with educational guidance and mentorship. Students apply the knowledge acquired through their coursework to industry practice and explore career options.
Following the core courses, students select a more focused path towards a sector of marketing meant to hone their expertise and delve deeper into the areas that typically define some of the major career options for our graduates: Brand Marketing, Digital Marketing, or Marketing Analytics.
The cornerstone of your program is the Capstone, where students build a complete business plan to bring to market a product or service. Students apply their knowledge of marketing to the industry of their choice and solve a real business problem through a product or service. This Capstone, along with a number of other courses in our program, will provide you with a portfolio of projects and initiatives. These are a powerful complement to your resume and in discussions with employers.
The degree is a 42 credit program consisting of a required set of core courses (27-credits), the selected concentration (12-credits), and a Capstone (3-credits).
Students select one of the following concentrations:
This concentration helps you manage the purpose and promise of what your brand delivers through integrated marketing communications.
This concentration focuses on how to aggregate, structure, and analyze data to support marketing decisions, and use data and visualization to build recommendations and impact marketing strategy.
We carefully weigh each component of your application during the admissions review process to evaluate your ability to benefit from and contribute to the dynamic learning environment and the challenging curriculum that the School offers.
Priority: January 15
International Final: April 1*
Domestic Final: July 1
*THE INTERNATIONAL FINAL DEADLINE HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO MAY 1
Priority: September 15
International Final: October 1
Domestic Final: November 30
Two Letters of Recommendation
Standardized Tests (If required by Admissions team)
We require transcripts from all institutions where college credit was received.
Application Fee $150
Tuition depends on the number of credit hours a student enrolls in each semester. A part-time student taking 6 credit hours is billed $13,778 for tuition and fees for a semester. A full-time student taking 12 credit hours is billed $22,699 for tuition and fees for a semester. For a full breakdown of tuition and fees visit the Bursar's website.
TOEFL scores are required for applicants who did not complete an undergraduate degree in the United States or in a country where the only primary language is not English. Successful candidates achieve a minimum score of 110 on the Internet-based test.
For the IELTS, a minimum overall band score of at least 8.0 is recommended.
NYUSPS does not prohibit applicants with lower TOEFL/IELTS scores from applying for admission since many factors influence the admissions decision.
Pearson Versant English Placement Test (VEPT)
If an international applicant has not achieved the minimum scores as described above, they are required to participate in the VEPT, a 50-minute online test that evaluates English language proficiency.
96.1% of NYUSPS Integrated Marketing graduate students reported being employed within six months of graduation.
Alumni of the NYUSPS Integrated Marketing program land opportunities across a wide range of levels, organizations, and geographic locations. Below are sample employers and job titles reported over the last five years:
Bank of China
China Merchants Bank
Coca Cola Company
Eff Creative Group
Enlight Global Consulting
Account Director / Executive / Manager / Planner / Supervisor
Ad Operation Coordinator
Analyst - Business, Digital Marketing, Market Research, Marketing, Paid Search, Social Media & SEO
Assistant Digital Media Planner
Associate Marketing Manager
Brand Manager / Strategist
Business Development Manager
Digital Marketing Associate / Manager / Specialist / Strategist
Director of Marketing
E-commerce Marketing Strategist
Email Marketing Associate
Global Management Trainee
Investor Relations & Marketing Associate
Junior Creative Strategist
Marketing and Social Media Communications Associate
Marketing Assistant / Associate / Consultant / Coordinator / Director/ Manager / Specialist
Project Coordinator, Digital
Senior Account Executive
As professional relationships are an essential part of student success, the NYUSPS Wasserman Center for Career Development and the Division of Programs in Business partner on a variety of career initiatives.
Financing Your education
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