Markets & Management Studies

  • Rhythm and Blue

    Duke MMS students hosted Creative Durham Fall Fest on Friday, November 20.

    The Event included various creative businesses and a performance from Duke's own Rhythm and Blue.

  • Lunch and Learn

    November Lunch and Learn: Latin American Speaker Series

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    Guest speaker Drew Neisser addresses Prof. Martha Reeves' marketing class.

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    Guest Speaker Todd Sears speaks to Professor Tony Brown's Social Entreprenurship Class about the LGBT role in Business

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    Lunch & Learn Series September 2015

    Marketing Insights: Latin America Panel Speakers

    Manuel Lepervanche Acedo, Gabriel Klintowitz, Naoko Garcia Hirata

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    Marketing Insights: Latin America September 2015

    Students took part in a panel discussion about marketing in Latin American Countries. The panel was made up of three Fuqua students, Naoko Garcia Hirata, Manuel Lepervanche Acedo, and Gabriel Klintowitz.

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    • Amy Unell, documentary filmmaker, Taitiana Birgisson, founder of Mati Energy Drink, and Brooks Bell, founder of Brooks Bell Marketing speak at Women in Business class

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The Markets & Management Certificate

Markets and Management is a certificate program for Duke undergraduates wanting to study business, organizations, entrepreneurship, and related issues. The program exposes students to cutting-edge research and provides opportunities to engage in real-world experiences both at home and globally. This certification prepares students for careers in business and management, banking, consulting, technology, government, the non-profit sector, and related graduate fields.

The Markets and Management program has six primary learning objectives:

  • to learn to connect business theories/principles with "real life" examples
  • to learn effective collaboration skills 
  • to develop effective written and oral communication skills
  • to develop analytical skills
  • to develop creativity
  • to develop skills for active, independent learning

November 2015

  • NYSE