Center for Sales & Customer Relationship Excellence
Grounded in research, focused on results.
Regardless of their majors, more than 50% of college graduates will work in a sales related position, but of the over 4,000 colleges in the United States, less than 100 have sales programs or sales courses. The Center for Sales & Customer Relationship Excellence in the Rawls College of Business at Texas Tech University is designed to prepare and develop future sales and customer relationship management leaders through academic programming, research opportunities, and corporate partnerships.
Mission & Objectives
The Center for Sales and Customer Relationship Excellence's mission is to advance the knowledge and professional practice of sales and customer relationship management by providing educational and research opportunities to students, faculty, and corporate professionals.
Sales and Customer Relationship Management Undergraduate Certificate
Specifically designed to prepare students with the critical skills required to develop successful sales strategies, implement new technologies and build and maintain business relationships, our Sales & Customer Relationship Management Certificate prepares undergraduate students to set themselves apart in the professional world. Requiring four additional courses to a student's undergraduate core curriculum, this certificate is available to any Rawls College student, regardless of their major.
Sales & Customer Relationship Strategy Competition
Designed to connect theory to practice, the Sales & Customer Relationship Strategy Competition exposes students to real-world challenges and provides hands-on learning experiences, while at the same time delivering impactful solutions to strategic challenges for sponsoring organizationsLearn More
“As a senior, the Sales Competition allowed me to take what I have learned in marketing and bring it together in one real-world experience.”
“This competition is an incredible program for the Rawls College of Business. It provides valuable experience and will only get better over time.”