Marketing Online - BUS 390

Marketing Online
Instructor
Department
General Education
Credits
3
Course Number
BUS 390

This course is designed for non-business students who have no previous experience in marketing but who desire to obtain a general overview of marketing while pursuing a general program of study.

Highlights

Provides a framework for analyzing marketing opportunities and challenges
Looks at the important role marketing plays in modern business organizations
Explores the marketing process, customer relationships, and social responsibility
Develops analytical skills in marketing research methodology
Applies these skills in the development and presentation of a marketing plan

Learning Outcomes

Explain the marketing process and how it fits into today’s business and organizational environment.
Demonstrate competence in the application of analytical tools including a SWOT analysis and BCG matrix.
Describe and apply the marketing mix, known as the 4Ps/Cs of marketing.
Construct and integrate target audience identification, market segmentation, and market research information into the marketing planning process.
Apply planning, implementation, measurement, and control techniques by producing and presenting a marketing plan.

 

Required Course Pack: 

  • Online Materials and Library Resources (OMLR) - $115

Required Textbooks: 

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Total Course Price:

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Last updated 7/14/19

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