An introduction to marketing fundamental principles, the key impact of marketing in differing economic environments, and marketing communications in different business strategies.
The paper covers fundamental principles of marketing: understanding consumer learning and decision-making processes and how these may be influenced by marketing activities.
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|Teaching period(s)||2nd Non standard period (15 April 2019 - 2 June 2019), 4th Non standard period (19 August 2019 - 6 October 2019), 7th Non standard period (19 August 2019 - 6 October 2019), 1st Non standard period (10 June 2019 - 21 July 2019)|
|Domestic Tuition Fees (NZD)||$2,186.13|
|International Tuition Fees (NZD)||$3,450.00|
- Limited to
- DipBusAdmin, MBA, PGDipHealMgt, MHealSc, PGDipFBLM, MFBLM
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- Teaching staff
Convenor: Jessica Henry
- Course Reader
- Graduate Attributes Emphasised
- Global perspective, interdisciplinary perspective, lifelong learning, communication,
critical thinking, information literacy, self-motivation, teamwork.
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- Learning Outcomes
- This paper acts as a basic introduction to marketing. After covering the purpose of
marketing and how marketing fits into the business organisation and into society,
the paper goes into consumer learning and decision-making processes and how these
may be influenced by marketing activities.
Students who successfully complete the paper will be able:
- To understand the concepts of marketing as it applies to business
- To consider the key impacts of marketing in differing economic environments
- To explore the need for market research
- To understand customer behaviour and apply that knowledge to business strategy
- To consider business buying behaviours and their impacts
- To explore segmentation, targeting and positioning and how they impact business
- To understand marketing communications in a number of different forms
- To align new products and pricing strategies within a number of differing businesses