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National Collegiate Sales Competition
Graduate Division National Champions, 2017
National Sales Challenge
Team Champions, 2016
National Team Selling Competition
Our students have won 42 competition awards since 2009 – including numerous 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place team and individual awards.
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Our growing sales program helps you develop into a talented sales professional through a rigorous academic program and competitive sales experience. We launched the sales program in 2010, and quickly established our reputation as one of the premier collegiate sales talent development programs in the Midwest.
Undergraduate and graduate students in UW-Parkside’s sales program compete in numerous college sales competitions nationwide, and have developed a reputation for winning against elite universities.
Conveniently located in the Milwaukee-Chicago corridor, UW-Parkside delivers exceptional talent for sales opportunities in the regional market and nationwide. Our undergraduate sales program is one of only four bachelors-level programs offering a professional sales accreditation within 50 miles of the city of Chicago.
The sales program offers courses at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, and includes unique coursework in selling financial services and other intangible products. Students gain real world experience through selling situations incorporating real life requests for quotes (RFQs) and the industry buyers who issued them.
UW-Parkside’s sales certificate program is one of only three programs in Wisconsin accredited by the Sales Education Foundation, and one of 64 nationwide. Expansion of the program to a Sales Concentration is planned in the near future.
We have 30-40 highly motivated and career-focused students that are mentored one-on-one by industry experienced faculty and industry coaches each year. The future Sales Center is located in the “Innovation Corridor,” right along side the applied learning centers in business, computer science, and other disciplines – making it ideal for students to collaborate on sales and industry projects.