2023 Summer Term
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PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING
A study of the activities involved in the distribution of goods and services in a system-analysis framework. Examines consumer buying behavior and marketing functions within the firm. Investigates constraints imposed on decision makers and evaluates the performance of marketing in terms of social and economic efficiency.
PRINCIPLES OF SELLING
A seminar in the art and science of selling. Examined and probed in depth will be the whys and hows of selling theories, principles, techniques, practices and the basics of sales force management.
INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL MARKETING
Technological changes and the "always connected" consumer have forced marketers to evolve. The basics of emerging digital marketing media and related techniques for reaching online consumers across multiple devices including desktop and mobile are covered. Additionally, the course explores digital marketing's transformative impact on traditional marketing practices and examines digital segmentation, digital marketing around the globe, digital divide, digital privacy, and digital analytics.
SOCIAL MEDIA AND CONTENT MARKETING
Social media is rapidly changing the marketing landscape. Marketers who previously relied on mass media to broadcast messages are faced with the challenge of interacting with digitally empowered consumers. This course explores the impact of social media and other communications technologies on marketing strategy, marketing communications, and marketing research.
Sports Marketing examines marketing strategies used by sports brands to attract and retain fans. Detailed consideration is given to sports as a product and service and managing the development, positioning, and promotion of sports brands. Students will develop a sports marketing plan aligning marketing strategy, sponsorship, and growth strategies.
INTERNSHIP IN MARKETING
A marketing internship consists of a structured-supervised work experience within a major area of marketing concentration within the department. The internship experience offers students opportunities to apply classroom learning to the needs of the sponsoring internship company and to acquire some new skill sets during this process. Internships consist of 15-20 hours of work/week during the semster. A minimum of 150 hours work is required for a 3 credit internship. Only one MARKETNG 493 course allowed to count towards major or minor.