Interested in learning more about the Executive Masters in Food Marketing Program? We offer three convenient ways in which to discover if the program is right for you. Each opportunity brings you one step closer to earning your graduate degree.
Virtual Open House
You're invited to join us for a Virtual Open House on the following date. The event will be facilitated by Ms. Christine Hartmann, Director of the Executive Master's in Food Marketing Program, and Amanda Basile, Marketing Development Manager. You will be provided with a general overview of the Executive Master's in Food Marketing Program. The session should last 30 - 45 minutes. At the conclusion of the presentation, a question and answer session will be held.
The Virtual Open House will begin at 12:00 pm.
Participate in a Complimentary Class
Come to the Friday portion of a class as my guest and discover what our Program is all about. You will experience our interactive curriculum, sense the academic challenge, observe the faculty/student dynamics, see our executive conference center, network with your industry peers, and participate in the class to the degree that is comfortable for you. I or my associate will introduce you to the faculty and students the morning of the class. Stay the day or through lunch; the choice is yours.
** Must have a qualifying undergraduate degree and at least 4 years of food industry experience to take advantage of this offer. On-campus course fee waived for prospective executive students; for others certain fees may apply and seating may be limited.To register for a Friday morning class audit and receive further details, please fill out this form.
Schedule a Personal Advising Session
Prospective students may also schedule their own, one-on-one Information Session. This can be held at a time, date and location that are best for you. To learn more details and to schedule your personalized Information Session, contact Amanda Basile at 610-660-3155 or email@example.com.
Thank you for considering the Executive Masters in Food Marketing program at Saint Joseph’s University