Hurricane Ian Update
September 28, 2022 Claflin Family: At approximately 4:10 p.m., South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster declared a state of emergency for South Carolina. As the safety of our students, faculty and staff is a major priority, Claflin University will close and classes will be canceled on Thursday, September 29, 2022, at 12 p.m. Classes for Friday, September 30, 2022, will be held virtually. Students are encouraged to check Moodle for instructions from professors. Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to seek safety away from the predicted affected (coastal) areas. Residential students who live in South Carolina or within a 4-hour radius are strongly encouraged to leave campus. However, residential students who are unable to leave campus must register with the Office of Residential Life no later than Thursday, September 29, at 10 a.m. by clicking here. The Office of Residential Life will be on-call to answer questions in case of emergencies at (803) 258-8981. The University Dining Center will operate on the following schedule: Thursday: Normal operations. No late night dining. Friday: Brunch (9 a.m. until 1 p.m.); Dinner (5 to 7 p.m.) Saturday & Sunday: Brunch (10 a.m. until 1 p.m.); Dinner (5 to 7 p.m.) * Meals will be take-out on Friday through Sunday. Pizza Hut and Starbucks will be closed. If conditions become worse (power outages, flooding, downed trees, etc.), the University will implement its emergency protocol and provide shelter and meals in the Jonas T. Kennedy Health and Wellness Complex (located on the campus of Claflin University). You are encouraged to visit the University’s website, where updates will be posted regarding University operations. Updates also will be posted through Panther Alerts (text messages), Panther X, and email. For general information and updates, please call the University’s Information Line at (803) 535-5243. In case of on-campus emergencies, please call Claflin University Public Safety at (803) 535-5444. You may also check the National Weather Service for up-to-date alerts at https://www.weather.gov/cae/

Marketing

This major prepares students to understand the business activities employed in the anticipation, management, and satisfaction of demand through the exchange process.

Curriculum

The curriculum at Claflin University in the School of Business is challenging; however, we believe that you are ready for the challenge. The curriculum requirements for the Marketing program include a mix of general education requirements, business administration coursework and Marketing courses, both required and elective.

Student Opportunities and Experience

Global Experiences

The School of Business provides opportunities for business students to have international study and cultural experiences by allowing students to travel to places like India, London, Puerto Rico and various other destinations while they are in undergraduate or graduate business programs.

Research Opportunities

During the spring semester of each year students have the opportunity to present research that they have conducted in the area of business or cross-disciplinary research with other students in varying majors.

Internships and Corporate Visits

Business students have internship and corporate visitation opportunities from their freshman to their senior year at Claflin University. Many of our students have intern at BMW, Wells Fargo, Santee Cooper, the United States Department of Energy and more .

Admissions Requirements

Claflin University offers incredible preparation for life and career success, whether you're seeking a four-year undergraduate experience or graduate education.

Contact

Admissions Office
803.535.5342

Claflin Academic Catalog

Courses & Requirements

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