Name Title Credits School
MRKT 501 Introduction to Marketing 1.5 School of Management
Study of the process by which consumers' needs and wants are analyzed and satisfied within the context of a modern marketing system. Investigation of current developments in the external environment affecting the marketing process. The role of marketing institutions in facilitating the flow of goods and services from producers to consumers is analyzed.

MRKT 610 Branding 1.5 School of Management
This course is designed to appraise the role that branding plays in the contemporary business world. Brand equity is analyzed from the viewpoints of management of brand architecture and the management of customer value. Practical branding experience will be gained through a series of individual and group-based case analysis, exercises and a comprehensive term project.

Prerequisite Course(s): Prerequisite: MRKT 501 or a waiver

MRKT 615 Technical Sales and Marketing 3 School of Management
In this course students will build on their knowledge of marketing and sales and in particular, technical sales, in order to master the skills needed to be an effective and persuasive technical salesperson. Students will be introduced to the selling process within the context of the broader marketing plan. Topics include technical selling, generating and qualifying sales leads, planning sales calls, demonstrations, negotiations, closing the sale, follow up, building partnerships, managing time and territory, and sales metrics. Classroom Hours- Laboratory and/or Studio Hours- Course Credits: 3-0-3

MRKT 620 Strategic Marketing & Branding 3 School of Management
This course is designed to prepare the student to approach, structure, and solve complex marketing problem on strategic and tactical levels, with an extension to the other functional areas of business strategy, to align the dynamic capabilities with operations and finance. Analysis of the trends affecting the ever changing customers' wants and preferences, evolving market structures and competitive scenarios will reflect the present complexity of the marketing task, and the imperative of capturing market opportunities via delivery of superior customer value and the brand equity management. Classroom Hours- Laboratory and/or Studio Hours- Course Credits: 3-0-3

Prerequisite Course(s): Prerequisite: MRKT 501 or a waiver

MRKT 625 Product & Market Development Risk 3 School of Management
Innovation is the driving force behind today’s economy. However, risk is inherent in the development of new product and market opportunities and most new products fail in the marketplace. This course addresses how to assess and mitigate risk in market opportunities and new product development. In this course, we first focus on the tools and techniques associated with analyzing market opportunities. We then focus on designing, testing, and introducing new products and services. A semester project will enable students to apply strategies for risk mitigation to the new product development process.

Prerequisite Course(s): Prerequisite: MRKT 501 or a waiver

MRKT 710 International Marketing 3 School of Management
Presents a systematic treatment of marketing in a global setting, within the WTO-GATT trading regime. The impact of Cultural-Social-Demographic, Legal-Political, Competitive, Technological, and Economic trends on the international markets' attractiveness will be analyzed. Students will learn to develop STP and Marketing Mix schemes for various foreign market entry strategies, in a group project aimed at an assigned product/market combination.

Prerequisite Course(s): Prerequisite: MRKT 601 or MRKT 610

MRKT 715 Marketing Communication and Promotion 3 School of Management
Presents an integrated framework useful for understanding the role and uses of promotion within the context of the marketing mix. The emphasis will be on the utilization of communication theories in the development of tactical and strategic promotional programs. The successful completion of the course should enable the student to contribute to the development and implementation of the major components of promotional strategy, (e.g., advertising, selling, sales promotions, and public relations). Current trends in media will be examined with a strong emphasis on new media, including search, social, mobile, and the Internet. Students will gain experience in analyzing new marketing opportunities and develop appropriate plans to leverage the strengths of traditional and emerging platforms for promotion.

Prerequisite Course(s): Prerequisite: MRKT 501 (or MRKT 501 waiver) or MRKT 601

MRKT 745 Internet Marketing 3 School of Management
The digitization of media is transformational as it concerns best practice approaches to marketing. This course examines the Internet as a tool for communication as well as its contribution to changes in distribution, pricing, and products for a business enterprise.

Prerequisite Course(s): Prerequisite: MRKT 610

MRKT 750 Marketing Research for Managerial Decisions 3 School of Management
The course examines the issues arising in the process of collecting and generating data, and the data transformation into information for decision making in the area of marketing. Emphases are on the validity and reliability of the techniques associated with exploratory, descriptive and causal research designs; methodologies in measurement and scaling, sampling and fieldwork. Basic parametric and nonparametric techniques, with some exposure to multivariate data analysis, are explored. Students gain experience in analyzing and presenting "real-life" marketing research data analysis using SPSS package.

Prerequisite Course(s): Prerequisite: MRKT 501 or a waiver

MRKT 765 Marketing of New Products 3 School of Management
Examines the concepts, methodologies, and techniques utilized in the search, development / testing and launch of new products and services. Included will be the consideration of a firm's strategic requirements (for new products), the nature of innovation and consumer response, concept development and testing, market testing, estimation of market potential, and the marketing planning for adding the new products to the existing portfolios.

Prerequisite Course(s): Prerequisite: MRKT 501 or a waiver

MRKT 775 Consumer Behavior 3 School of Management
Students will investigate the central role of consumer behavior theory to marketing practice in terms of the planning, development, and implementation of marketing strategies and programs. Consumer behavior theory will be explored using concepts from psychology, sociology, anthropology and economics in order to understand, predict, and influence consumer attitudes, preferences, and behavior. Students will have an opportunity to conduct a consumer research project, analyze results, and develop relevant marketing management recommendations.

Prerequisite Course(s): Prerequisite: MRKT 501 or a waiver