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Grant Aguirre-Y-Luker, Ph.D.
Grant Aguirre, Ph.D., is the assistant department chair and associate professor of sales in the Department of Marketing at the University of Central Oklahoma. Prior to his current appointment, Grant was an instructor of marketing at New Mexico State University, where he completed his Ph.D. in marketing. While at NMSU, Grant authored a textbook entitled, "Managing in the Public Sector: A Casebook in Ethics and Leadership," published by Pearson, now in its second edition.
Grant has industry experience having served as executive vice president and chief general counsel for The American Education Corporation, a publicly traded educational software and learning management publishing company.
Grant also served UCO as its equity officer and assistant to the legal counsel in the Office of the Legal Counsel.
Principles of Marketing
Ethics in Marketing
Business to Business Marketing
Integrated Marketing Communication
Education and Certifications
B.A. Political Science, University of Central Oklahoma
M.A. Political Science, University of Central Oklahoma
J.D., Oklahoma City University College of Law
Ph.D. Marketing, The New Mexico State University
In addition to his educational training, Aguirre has industry experience having served as executive vice president and general counsel for The American Education Corporation, a publicly traded educational software publisher. He also has co-managed his family's bed and breakfast business, The Stone Lion Inn Group.
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