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Anoka-Ramsey Community College

BUS 2142 - Principles of Marketing - 4 credits
Application of basic concepts and strategies to the effective marketing of goods and services. Current global trends and their impact on domestic and worldwide competition are analyzed. Emphasis is placed on the application of a critical-thinking process to the development of a strategic-marketing plan. Topics include basic marketing concepts, competitive analysis, market research, target marketing, and development of customer-based strategies affecting product, price, promotion, and distribution.
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Bemidji State University

BUAD 3361 - Marketing - 3 credits

Procedures and institutions involved in the distribution of goods and services, product development and pricing, marketing costs, consumer motivation and buying habits, and government regulation. Prerequisites: ACCT 2102, ECON 2100, and BUAD 2231; or consent of instructor and junior standing.
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Dakota County Technical College

MKTC 1000 - Principles of Marketing - 3 credits
Introduction to marketing terms, concepts, and skills useful in analyzing marketing problems. Covers legal, behavioral, ethical, competitive, economic, technological and international factors affecting product, pricing, promotion, and marketing channel decisions. Identify factors marketing managers take into account when creating a marketing plan, including buying behavior, market segmentation, product life cycle, packaging, branding, pricing, advertising, sales promotion, public relations, personal selling, and product distribution methods. DUAL NUMBERED WITH IDES2300. Prerequisites: None.
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Hennepin Technical College

BUSN 2005 - Marketing Concepts and Strategies - 4 credits
An overview of basic marketing principles and practices, this course includes discussion of the marketing mix, the four `p's` of marketing, buyer behavior, target markets, and electronic marketing concepts. Concepts will be learned through case studies and the creation of a marketing plan for a hypothetical company. (Prereq: Qualifying score on writing assessment test OR ENGL0930) (BP/EP) 4 cr
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Inver Hills Community College

BUS 2004 - Principles of Marketing - 3 credits
Provides an overview of the marketing process and examines the role of government, the marketing environment, consumer behavior, and the marketing function within an enterprise. Students will learn how to develop and implement an effective marketing plan which includes identification of target markets and the utilization of the appropriate marketing mix (product, price, promotion, and distribution). The course also covers essential marketing concepts and terminology such as positioning, segmentation, relationship marketing, marketing information systems, etc.
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Metropolitan State University

MKTG 300 - Marketing Principles - 4 credits

This course surveys factors that marketing managers take into account when creating a marketing plan, including consumer behavior principles, market segmentation, product life cycle, packaging, branding, pricing, advertising, sales promotion, public relations, personal selling, product distribution methods and key laws affecting marketing practices. The course takes a practical approach to explaining how to identify marketing objectives and determine strategies for reaching them. It is useful to general business students, students who plan marketing management or marketing communications careers and those who wish to be better informed consumers. This course is also offered online. Prerequisite: Goal 1 writing requirement plus 30 credits must be satisfied.
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Minneapolis Community and Technical College

BUSN 2300 - Principles of Marketing - 3 credits
This course presents each of the elements of marketing mix, including product development, pricing strategies, channels of distribution, promotion and buyer behavior. You will analyze the marketing environment and develop a basic marketing strategy. You will also demonstrate your understand of these marketing elements by analyzing and creating a marketing plan throughout the semester.
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Minnesota State University, Mankato

MRKT 210 - Principles of Marketing - 3 credits

This course provides a basic understanding of marketing concepts with emphasis on the pricing, promotion, and distribution of need satisfying products and services in domestic and international markets. The format of the course consists of lectures, case discussions, application exercises, projects, exams, and in-class group assignments.
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North Hennepin Community College

BUS 2600 - Principles of Marketing - 3 credits

This course provides a market-oriented perspective to business decision-making. Students will learn how marketers provide value in satisfying customer needs and wants, determine which target markets the organization can best serve, and decide upon appropriate products, services, and programs to serve these markets. Topics include branding and product development, pricing strategies, marketing research, promotion, supply chain management, and service marketing. Current trends and developments in marketing practices are analyzed and strategic marketing ideas are implemented within an ethical framework. Courses Recommended: BUS 1100 Introduction to Business and CIS 1101 Business Computer Systems I
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Saint Paul College

BUSN 2110 - Principles of Marketing - 3 credits
Students will develop an understanding of the basic principles of marketing. Students will examine core marketing concepts (needs, wants and demands) and the elements used in developing a marketing plan, including consumer behavior principles, direct and online marketing, pricing strategies, advertising, sales promotion, public relations, personal selling and product distribution. Current marketing trends will be discussed. 3C/3/0/0
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South Central College

MKT 1810 - Principles of Marketing - 3 credits
This course introduces the student to the dynamic field of marketing. The course will examine the different strategies and techniques used by business today to market their products and services to the consumer. The major emphasis will revolve around the four "P's" of marketing; product, price, place and promotion. (Prerequisite: None)
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Southwest Minnesota State University

MKTG 301 - Principles of Marketing - 3 credits
This course will explore why marketing is the foundation for all successful businesses. Students will gain an understanding as to why businesses that do not effectively implement marketing principles will fail, even when possessing a superior product in the marketplace. Effective product development, promotional activities, distribution and pricing will be evaluated to discover the key elements needed for successful business operations.
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Winona State University

MKTG 300 - Principles of Marketing - 3 credits
Principles of Marketing provides a market-oriented perspective to business decision-making. Market-oriented decision-making utilizes concepts, frameworks and processes to understand buyers, competitors, and the marketing environment in order to select target markets and develop the company's value proposition. Core marketing decisions involve developing and managing the product, pricing, distributing and communicating the offer to the marketplace. Successful marketing results in customer satisfaction and loyalty while accomplishing the company's sales and profit objectives. Incorporating multiple perspectives of stakeholders with an explicit customer focus characterizes marketing's role in producing ethical and responsible business decisions. Prerequisites: For College of Business majors and minors: Admission to the College of Business. Prerequisite for non-College of Business majors and minors: Junior standing and instructor's permission.
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