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Bachelor's Degree in Professional Strategic Selling

Build your business skills while preparing for the realities of a career in sales.

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Bachelor's Degree in Professional Strategic Selling

B.S. in professional strategic selling

Students earning a degree in professional strategic selling develop the skills needed to hit the ground running in any sales organization.

The curriculum places great emphasis on the use of role-plays to prepare students for the realities of the sales role. Through role-playing students can apply the theoretical lessons learned in the classroom. Students who don't major in sales have the opportunity to earn a certificate in professional strategic selling.


The K-State difference

The College of Business Administration's National Strategic Selling Institute (NSSI) has been recognized as a top university for sales by the Sales Education Foundation each of the last eight years. The NSSI features a curriculum focused on the application of selling skills through role playing and real sales experience.

Sponsored by the NSSI, the K-State Sales Team consistently places in the top ten at national sales competitions.

The students graduating with a degree or certificate in professional strategic selling have enjoyed a 100 percent placement rate in the last four years.

Did you know?

K-State became just the 19th university in the U.S. to offer a major in sales.


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