Marketing Management

BMKT
2409
Credits: 1.5

Description

This course examines the role of marketing in creating value for the firm. It helps students answer the central question of marketing strategy—what value to provide and to whom—using the tools of segmentation, targeting, and positioning (STP) of brands. The course shows how central aspects of marketing mix programs—product, place, pricing, and promotion—all follow from an effective STP program, and how marketing support functions such as marketing research, advertising, and new product development can support effective marketing decisions. Emerging trends in digital marketing, competition and globalization are examined. The course emphasizes experience-based learning to develop the necessary marketing knowledge and skills among students. Prerequisites: None.