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Goals: This course provides students a thorough understanding of consumer behavior and related the consumer behavior concepts to marketing theory and practice. The course is structured to enable students to develop critical thinking and decision-making skills in consumer behavior and marketing. By working through consumer behavior problems, cases and exercises, the students get a chance to experience some of the professional challenges, issues, and decisions that face marketers and to develop their marketing knowledge and skills. Content: An interdisciplinary approach to the study of consumer behavior, with emphasis on the implications for marketing of theory and findings from the behavioral sciences. Prerequisites: QMBE 1310 (or equivalent statistics course) and MKTG 3100 (grades of C- or better), or consent of the instructor Credits: 4
McKeage, Kim, "MKTG3740-01.Consumer Behavior.Sp16.McKeage,Kim" (2016). Historic Syllabi -- full text access limited to internal Hamline administrative staff only. 1192.