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Unformatted text preview: MARKETING 320F FOUNDATIONS OF MARKETING FALL 2008 COURSE OUTLINE Instructor: Professor Herbert A. Miller, Jr. Office Hours: T TH 11:00-11:45am Class hours: TTH 3:30-5:00pm Location: UTC 2.112A Office Location: GSB 5.124J Unique No.: 04955 Telephone: 471-1128 Mkt. Dept. Office: 471-9806 Web Page: blackboard at http://courses.utexas.edu/?bbatt=Y In order to log in to blackboard you will need your UTEID. Grades will be posted on e-gradebook. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Please state the name of the course you are in, i.e. MKT 320F, and the unique number, in the subject line of your e-mails. TAs: Laura Catania E-mail: email@example.com Phone: 471-1128 (leave a message at the Marketing Department) Office Hours: T & TH 5:00pm-6:00pm. Office Location: CBA 4.304A FYI: No TA office hours will be held during until the 4 th day of class. Pr. Miller will NOT begin official office hours until the 4 th class day. If you need to speak with him before then, please contact him via e-mail or call his office. Required Text: Basic Marketing , 16 th Edition. Irwin/McGraw-Hill. Perreault & McCarthy. Course Objectives: This course is designed to introduce non-business students to the foundations of marketing as they relate to the whole business enterprise. I will provide insight into the way in which customer wants and needs are transformed into a firms strategies and tactics. This course will consist of class lectures, textbook, speakers, films, articles, and cases all designed to give you a comprehensive understanding of marketing. 1. To provide you with knowledge of the history of marketing activities and the evolution of the modern marketing system. 2. To heighten your awareness of the interaction between business and society as it relates to marketing activities. 3. To expand your understanding of the marketing system and basic marketing vocabulary. 4. To develop your understanding of basic marketing activities and ways that marketing relates to other business activities. 5. To sharpen your analysis of business strategy and tactics from a marketing persons perspective. 6. To provide you with a framework for developing marketing strategy and a working understanding of tools and tactics useful in implementing marketing strategy. Nature of the Course: Due to the size of this class, the course will be taught through a lecture format. I will personalize the class with outside information, guest speakers, films, and personal business experiences. However, in addition to this material, the course will include discussions of articles on current events related to marketing. The articles will be posted on the web page or distributed in class....
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- Fall '08