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Graduate Course Details
Number MKT 800
Title Consumer Behavior
Credits 3.0

Description

This course is designed to analyze the role of the consumer in the economy drawing upon general and social psychology, sociology, philosophy, anthropology, and economics. Integration of conventional concepts with marketing to better understand consumer choices. The course examines marketing opportunities through a better understanding of the consumer.

Business

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Graduate Course Details
Number MKT 800
Title Consumer Behavior
Credits 3.0

Description

This course is designed to analyze the role of the consumer in the economy drawing upon general and social psychology, sociology, philosophy, anthropology, and economics. Integration of conventional concepts with marketing to better understand consumer choices. The course examines marketing opportunities through a better understanding of the consumer.

Finance

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Graduate Course Details
Number MKT 800
Title Consumer Behavior
Credits 3.0

Description

This course is designed to analyze the role of the consumer in the economy drawing upon general and social psychology, sociology, philosophy, anthropology, and economics. Integration of conventional concepts with marketing to better understand consumer choices. The course examines marketing opportunities through a better understanding of the consumer.

FSC

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Graduate Course Details
Number MKT 800
Title Consumer Behavior
Credits 3.0

Description

This course is designed to analyze the role of the consumer in the economy drawing upon general and social psychology, sociology, philosophy, anthropology, and economics. Integration of conventional concepts with marketing to better understand consumer choices. The course examines marketing opportunities through a better understanding of the consumer.

HRI

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Graduate Course Details
Number MKT 800
Title Consumer Behavior
Credits 3.0

Description

This course is designed to analyze the role of the consumer in the economy drawing upon general and social psychology, sociology, philosophy, anthropology, and economics. Integration of conventional concepts with marketing to better understand consumer choices. The course examines marketing opportunities through a better understanding of the consumer.

Management

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Graduate Course Details
Number MKT 800
Title Consumer Behavior
Credits 3.0

Description

This course is designed to analyze the role of the consumer in the economy drawing upon general and social psychology, sociology, philosophy, anthropology, and economics. Integration of conventional concepts with marketing to better understand consumer choices. The course examines marketing opportunities through a better understanding of the consumer.

Management Information Systems

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Graduate Course Details
Number MKT 800
Title Consumer Behavior
Credits 3.0

Description

This course is designed to analyze the role of the consumer in the economy drawing upon general and social psychology, sociology, philosophy, anthropology, and economics. Integration of conventional concepts with marketing to better understand consumer choices. The course examines marketing opportunities through a better understanding of the consumer.

Marketing

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Graduate Course Details
Number MKT 800
Title Consumer Behavior
Credits 3.0

Description

This course is designed to analyze the role of the consumer in the economy drawing upon general and social psychology, sociology, philosophy, anthropology, and economics. Integration of conventional concepts with marketing to better understand consumer choices. The course examines marketing opportunities through a better understanding of the consumer.

Operations & Decision Sciences

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Graduate Course Details
Number MKT 800
Title Consumer Behavior
Credits 3.0

Description

This course is designed to analyze the role of the consumer in the economy drawing upon general and social psychology, sociology, philosophy, anthropology, and economics. Integration of conventional concepts with marketing to better understand consumer choices. The course examines marketing opportunities through a better understanding of the consumer.