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MKTGGB 2147 - Consumer Behavior

Description
We are all consumers. We buy groceries, computers, and cars. We purchase services ranging from bank accounts to college educations. However, we also differ from each other. We buy different clothes, drive different cars, and eat at different restaurants. Even the same consumer can make different decisions depending on the situation. So how are we to construct coherent marketing strategies? In this class we examine why consumers behave the way that they do. We will explore our intuitions about our own behavior, learn about theories developed in marketing, psychology, and sociology, and use these theories to predict how consumers will respond to marketing actions. The goals of this class are to acquire knowledge of a) a framework for analyzing consumer behavior problems, b) relevant psychological and sociological theories, and c) methods for studying consumer behavior and learn to apply this knowledge to measure what consumers believe and want, predict how consumers will react to different marketing strategies, and solve real-world consumer behavior problems. Enrollment Requirements: Prerequisites: MBA student and COR1-GB 2310.Prerequisites: Focused MBA student and COR1-GB 2110.Not open to students with more than 24 MKTG-GB units.
Credits
1.5
Attributes
Luxury Marketing Marketing Product Management Langone (Continuing) and APC
Recent Professors
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Recent Semesters
Spring 2021, Spring 2020, Spring 2019
Offered
SuTuTh, SaMW
Avg. Sections
1