A certificate in historic preservation is offered for students who are interested in the stewardship and future of historic buildings and structures. Students will develop skills in analysis and critical thinking as they investigate ways in which preservation affects communities.
The sport managment minor prepares students for the ethical and moral dilemmas facing sport managers and the sport industry as a whole. The program tackles all aspects of sport management including management in the professional sport franchise; intercollegiate athletics, sport marketing and promotions; athlete representation; sport law; facilities management; the health club, spa, resort industry; and sport tourism.
Courses in marketing are offered as part of the Business Administration Program. Although there is no major in marketing, it may be chosen as either a minor or a concentration area within the business administration major.
Courses in finance are offered as part of the Business Administration Program. Although there is no major or minor in finance, finance may be chosen as a concentration area within the business administration major.
The minor in business entrepreneurship provides non-business majors with the background needed to nurture an innovative product or service idea and grow it into a new business opportunity. The minor will also help non-business majors who envision being self-employed in their own small businesses which grow out of their passions for arts and science.
Salem College's design major replaces the former interior design major and offers three concentrations: architectural studies, graphic design, and interior design. Graphic design and interior design have both been offered for a number of years. The architectural studies concentration was added in 2013.
Salem's architectural studies concentration prepares students for the continued study of architecture and the history of architecture as well as careers in related areas. Here are the courses offered wihin the concentration: