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Sales

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Sales

With a major in Business Sales or Healthcare Sales, SAU students are even more job-ready and attractive to future employers.

National studies show that students with an undergraduate education in sales:

• receive more job offers,
• start at higher than average salaries,
• begin contributing to business success quicker,
• and are happier in their careers.

St. Ambrose will support students in this major with innovative educational approaches that will help them develop the attitudes, values, and skills which will differentiate them in the marketplace. Imagine an educational experience that is totally focused on helping you build on who you are and your general education/business coursework to be as life-ready as possible.

Imagine and then contact us in any of the following ways below or complete the short form at right.

Joe KehoeJoseph Kehoe
St. Ambrose Sales Center Director
Experienced business person, entrepreneur, former MBA Program director, adjunct professor, committed student mentor.
KehoeJosephL@sau.edu
563-333-5825 (office), 563-343-0232 (cell)

John ByrneJohn Byrne
St. Ambrose University Marketing Department Chair
ByrneJohnP@sau.edu
563/333-6406 (office)



Business Sales

Business Sales

Business sales is an exciting new major at St. Ambrose University and offers a rewarding career. Paired with another major or minor, your sales degree has no limits!

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Healthcare Sales

Healthcare Sales

Healthcare sales can involve selling complex scientific and technological products to clinics and hospitals, physicians or directly to patients through careers with companies that manufacture and market pharmaceuticals, medical devices, and consumer healthcare products.

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Why Sales at St. Ambrose?

College of Business faculty prepare students to confidently enter the business world upon graduation and immediately contribute to organizational success through applying knowledge and skills developed in the classroom and through interactions with the business and healthcare communities.

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Your Career

Prepare for a successful career. Salespeople with a degree in sales outperformed their colleagues who didn't receive formal training.

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