Marketing (MAR)

MAR 201  Principles of Marketing  (3 credits)  

Introduction to the complex and dynamic field of marketing and its systems. This course examines marketing's place in the firm and in society. Considered and analyzed are marketing research and strategies for product development, pricing, physical distribution and promotion, including personal selling, advertising, sales promotion and public relations.

Course Rotation: Fall, Spring, and Summer.
Prerequisites: Sophomore standing and above.
MAR 202  Future Trends in Sales Management  (1 credits)  
MAR 204  Consumerism: Its Impact on Business and Marketing  (1 credits)  
MAR 206  Social and Ethical Responsibilities in Marketing  (1 credits)  
MAR 209C  Breakfast with the Chief  (1 credits)  
MAR 209N  Breakfast with the Chief  (1 credits)  
MAR 212  Hotel Marketing  (3 credits)  
MAR 221  Fundamentals of Advertising and Promotion  (3 credits)  

Introductory course designed to explore in detail the role of advertising and sales promotion in marketing programs. Subject areas treated include the strategy of advertising campaigns, planning and executing advertising programs and evaluating results.

Course Rotation: NYC: Fall, Spring, and Summer. PLV: Fall and Spring.
MAR 221N  Broadcasting Principles in Marketing  (3 credits)  
MAR 221W  Broadcasting Principles in Marketing  (3 credits)  
MAR 222  Marketing Research  (3 credits)  

Basic research concepts and practices applied in solving marketing problems are developed. Particular attention is devoted to identifying marketing problem areas; formulating the research design, selecting sources of data, collecting data, sampling, constructing questionnaires, and processing and reporting the information.

Course Rotation: NYC: Fall, Spring, and Summer. PLV: Fall and Spring.
MAR 223  Consumer Behavior  (3 credits)  

Survey of behavioral and social science concepts applied in marketing. Course orientation is toward the sociological aspects of consumption; the psychology of consumer preferences, decisions and spending behavior; and the role of motivation, persuasion and learning in marketing programs.

Course Rotation: NYC: Fall, Spring, and Summer. PLV: Fall and Spring.
MAR 224  TV Broadcasting Production  (3 credits)  
MAR 239  Multi National Organizations  (3 credits)  
MAR 245  Consumer Protection in the Marketplace  (3 credits)  
MAR 250  Principles of Marketing  (3 credits)  

Introduction to the complex and dynamic field of marketing and its systems. This course examines marketing's place in the firm and in society. Considered and analyzed are marketing research and strategies for product development, pricing, physical distribution and promotion, including personal selling, advertising, sales promotion and public relations.

Course Rotation: Fall, Spring, and Summer.
MAR 270  Creative Advertising Workshop  (3 credits)  
MAR 299C  Topics in Marketing: Marketing Mass Transit Internationally  (1 credits)  
MAR 299E  Topics: Telemarketing: Business Systems of the 80-'s  (1 credits)  
MAR 331  Managerial Marketing  (3 credits)  

Managerial and operational problems involved in planning, organizing, operating and controlling a business firm's total marketing program are analyzed. Using the case study approach, emphasis is placed on considerations necessary for sound marketing-management decisions in product development, pricing, demand creation, and channel selection activities of the firm.

Course Rotation: Fall on the New York campus; Spring on even years on the Pleasantville campus.
MAR 332  Selling and Sales Management  (3 credits)  

Management of the selling function is stressed in developing concepts which relate to professional selling strategies, sales policies, organizational principles, motivation and training, forecasting, budgeting, evaluation and control.

Course Rotation: Fall and Spring.
MAR 341  Advanced Sales Promotion  (3 credits)  

This course provides an understanding of sales promotion concepts and vehicles used in the development of effective marketing strategies. Students receive hands-on experience in developing sales promotion plans and programs.

Course Rotation: NYC: Spring - Even years. PLV: Fall - Even years.
MAR 342  Public Relations  (3 credits)  

A foundation course dealing with the theory of communications, the concepts, and practice of public opinion, research, and the place of public relations in the corporate organization. Methods, tools, and techniques used in maintaining effective relations with customers are analyzed.

Course Rotation: NYC: Fall. PLV: TBA.
MAR 342A  Public Relations and Advertising  (4 credits)  

This course examines approaches to developing, evaluating, and managing public relations and advertising strategies. The course structure follows that of the development of a public relations and advertising campaign.

Course Rotation: NYC and PLV: WWW
Prerequisites: MAR 250 and Junior Standing for Lubin Majors only.
MAR 343  Direct Marketing  (3 credits)  

This course is designed to produce an understanding of the purposes and techniques of direct marketing with emphasis on direct mail to aid communication, advertising, selling and solicitation. Creation of direct marketing strategy will be stressed.

Course Rotation: NYC: Fall. PLV: Spring - Odd years.
MAR 344  Customer Relationship Management  (3 credits)  

This course focuses on customer relationship management (CRM) and the customer-driven, market-based management practices that enable a business to attract, satisfy, and retain customers profitably. CRM focuses on keeping customers and improving customer relationships rather than acquiring new customers. Students will learn to properly use CRM to more accurately evaluate the market place, competitors and their positioning, and determine the lifetime value of the customer.

Course Rotation: NYC: Fall. PLV: Spring.
Prerequisites: MAR 250 and junior standing.
MAR 345  Media Planning and Buying  (3 credits)  

Principles of media planning and buying are studied. This includes the formulation of media objectives, strategies, tactics, budgets, and schedules. All major media alternatives (e.g. prints, broadcasts, interactive) will be employ to support an annual integrated marketing communications program.

Course Rotation: NYC :Fall, Spring and Summer . PLV: Fall
Prerequisites: MAR 321 and junior standing.
MAR 346  Ad Team I - Brand Engagement Research, Strategy and Marketing Communication to Activate Brand Change  (3 credits)  

This course is an intensive, hands-on learning experience where all students in the class will function as part of an advertising agency to research, strategize , and develop marketing communications in order to activate brand change for an actual client. The course includes the preparatory Integrated Marketing Communications planning, the study of creative principles, and the research required for Ad Team II -The Brand Pitch (formerly known as MAR 348- Advertising Team Workshop), which is offered in the Spring. Students in this course will receive a campaign brief from the American Advertising Federation (AAF) as part of the National Student Advertising Competition (NSAC) and its sponsoring clients.

Course Rotation: Fall
MAR 347  Creative Workshop  (3 credits)  

A wide variety of today's techniques are reviewed on how to research and create effective copywriting for print and broadcast media, direct mail and sales promotion. Includes an understanding of layout techniques and broadcast production. Students are required to develop their own creative portfolios.

Course Rotation: TBA.
MAR 348  Ad Team II - The Brand Pitch The Plan and Presentation to Win New Business  (3 credits)  

In Ad Team II students develop a plan and presentation to win new business. A continuation of MAR 346, students work together to plan and execute an Integrated Marketing Communications (IMC) campaign for a major client as specified in the campaign brief supplied as part of the AAF National Student Advertising Competition. Under the guidance of a faculty advisor, the team operates as an agency and formulated an adverting and IMC plan, designing creative materials and media strategies, and presents the campaign in the eastern regional division of the AAF National Student Advertising Competition.

Course Rotation: Spring
MAR 349  Strategic Internet Marketing  (3 credits)  

Online technologies play an important role in influencing how customers and firms interact with each other. Technology has influenced a wide range of marketing strategies from advertising to relationship with customers. The primary purpose of this course is to help the students learn about the basics of digital marketing including the role of search engines, website design, online advertising, social media marketing, email marketing and online reputation management.

Course Rotation: NYC: Even Years PLV: Odd Years
Prerequisites: MAR 250 and junior standing. Not open to students who have taken MAR 349A.
MAR 349A  Strategic Internet Marketing  (4 credits)  

This course focuses on the use of the Web for various business functions, including advertising, sales and distribution, marketing research, and customer service. It includes conceptual and experiential attention to the role of technology in the creation and operation of Web pages and presentations. Students learn how to analyze Web sites and integrate marketing plans involving Web sites. They also develop Web site proposal for marketing on the Web and for professional work. MAR 349A is required for students enrolled in the online accelerated Bachelor's Degree completion program in Professional Technology Studies.

Course Rotation: NYC and PLV: WWW.
Prerequisites: MAR 250 and junior standing or equivalent experience. Open only to students enrolled in an Online Accelerated Bachelor's Degree Completion Program. Permission of Director required. Contact Janet Kirtman at jkirtman@pace.edu for further registration information. Note: This course can be taken in place of MAR 349 in the Marketing major. Not open to students who have taken MAR 349 or MAR 396C, the special topics version of "Strategic Internet Marketing."
MAR 351  International Marketing  (3 credits)  

Basic marketing concepts as they relate to the field of international marketing are explored in depth. Specific consideration is given to the significance of global marketing; government regulations; organizational structure of export-import enterprise; product, price, promotion, and credit policies and methods.

Course Rotation: NYC: Fall, Spring, and Summer. PLV: Fall and Spring.
MAR 352  International Advertising and Promotion  (3 credits)  

Emphasis is on the role of advertising and sales promotion in the formulation and management of international business programs. Topics include advertising organizational structures, budget expenditures, and advertising effectiveness. Areas covered in sales promotion are trade fairs, exhibitions, and U.S. trade centers. Sales aids such as export sales catalogs, direct mail, samples and sales manuals are considered.

Course Rotation: NYC: Fall and Spring. PLV: Fall.
Prerequisites: MAR 250 and junior standing.
MAR 356  International Marketing Field Study  (3 credits)  

The International Marketing Field Study provides students with a unique opportunity to learn about business customs and practices in different cultures through intensive study and travel in a foreign country. Students will meet with foreign business managers, educators, and government officials to discuss contemporary issues and business practices. In addition, students will study the cultural values and norms of the country being visited and participate in various cultural events and activities. Prior to departure, students are required to have an approved research topic which will be developed during the field study. A research report incorporating the field experiences is due two weeks after the conclusion of the field study.

Course Rotation: TBA
MAR 356A  Internatioanl Field Study: Paris and Lyon, France  (3 credits)  
MAR 356B  International Field Study: New York Metro Area  (3 credits)  
MAR 356C  International Field Study: Mexico  (3 credits)  
MAR 356D  International Marketing Field Study: Canada  (3 credits)  
MAR 356E  Seminar in Marketing: Field Study of Emerging Markets and Technology in India  (3 credits)  

The International Marketing Field Study provides students with a unique opportunity to learn about business customs and practices in different cultures through intensive study and travel in a foreign country. Students will meet with foreign business managers, educators, and government officials to discuss contemporary issues and business practices. In addition, students will study the cultural values and norms of the country being visited and participate in various cultural events and activities. Prior to departure, students are required to have an approved research topic which will be developed during the field study. Extensive use of Blackboard will be made to provide students with readings, case studies and web-assisted instructional materials. A research report incorporating the field experiences is due two weeks after the conclusion of the field study.

Course Rotation: TBA.
Prerequisites: MAR 250 Minimum Grade of D, or MAR 201 Minimum Grade of D, and junior standing.
MAR 356F  Field Study:Vietnam  (3 credits)  

The International Marketing Field Study provides students with a unique opportunity to learn about business customs and practices in different cultures through intensive study and travel in a foreign country. Students will meet with foreign business managers, educators, and government officials to discuss contemporary issues and business practices. In addition, students will study the cultural values and norms of the country being visited and participate in various cultural events and activities. Prior to departure, students are required to have an approved research topic which will be developed during the filed study. A research report incorporating the field study experiences is due two weeks after the conclusion of the field study.

MAR 356G  International Field Study: Singapore and Malaysia  (3 credits)  

The International Marketing Field Study course provides students with an introduction to two leading southeast Asian economies. Singapore and Malaysia with a focus on marketing, keeping in mind the infrastructure and development. This course offers students the unique opportunity to study the cultural values and norms of two countries, and participate in various cultural events and activities.Upon arrival in the country, students will meet with educators, leading business professionals and embassy officials to discuss cutting edge business practices. In the fall term, students will present case studies, meet with embassy officials in NY, debate contemporary business topics and prepare reports pertaining to company visits.Upon the return, students will submit research reports pertaining to company visits.

Course Rotation: NYC and PLV: Fall Odd Years
MAR 356R  Field Study: Japan  (3 credits)  

Japan has faced many of the same challenges as the U.S. including global competition and economic downturn. Students will have a unique opportunity to learn about how Japan is positioning itself for the future. Site visits will include a blend of companies, university, and government organizations. Students will also study the cultural values and norms of Japan and their relation to marketing and the economy.

Course Rotation: Fall
MAR 357  International Field Study New York Metro Area  (3 credits)  

Students will visit multinational firms in the New York Metropolitan area to learn from and question executives about their business. Executives in charge of global marketing, advertising, investment and media activities will make formal business presentations specifically designed for Pace students. Attendance at the orientation sessions prior to the actual corporate visits is required. At these sessions, students will learn about sources for a research report and discuss different strategies for questioning executives.

Course Rotation: NYC: Spring.
Prerequisites: MAR 250 and junior standing.
MAR 361  Retail Management  (3 credits)  

The fundamentals of effective retail management store organization: buying, selling, advertising, sales promotion, personnel administration and finance are presented in the context of leading retail institutions, department stores, discount and specialty stores.

Course Rotation: TBA.
MAR 362  Retail Buying and Visual Merchandising  (3 credits)  

This course provides an introduction to retailing and specifically buying and visual merchandising, as well as, the financial, managerial, and organizational structure of varied retailing organizations. The focus of the course is the development of a retailing/merchandising plan. Students will !earn to integrate retailing, merchandising and fashion marketing concepts, practices, and applications. Emphasis will be placed on retail buying and visual merchandising. Lecture and case studies are employed to facilitate student’s analysis of merchandise and store positioning, brand imagery, target marketing, and segmentation of merchandise.

Course Rotation: Spring
MAR 363  Special Events Marketing for Arts, Entertainment and Sports  (3 credits)  

This course takes a professional and managerial approach to the study of special events marketing. A full marketing plan is developed for an assigned subject. The course will focus on such topics such as understanding the arts, entertainment and sports industries creating and maintaining an identity in the marketplace, developing a target market strategy and sustaining a fan/subscriber/patron base, setting product and venue strategies, dealing with the media, forming community and sponsor relationships, making pricing decisions and weighing legal and ethical issues.

Course Rotation: NY;PLV:Spring
MAR 364  Sports Marketing  (3 credits)  

The upper-division marketing course is intended to introduce students to the world of sports business from a strategic marketing perspective. It is based on the belief that many of the best marketing practices employed in the more traditional consumer goods, entertainment, and a business-to-business industry can be effectively applied to organizations that offer sports as their primary output (e.g., teams, leagues, clubs, sports products and service firms), or use sports as communication vehicle. In addition, sports are uniquely creative and there are many aspects that cause them to behave differently from other brands, businesses and organizations.

MAR 365  Fashion Marketing  (3 credits)  

Fashion Marketing introduces the terminology and fundamentals of the fashion industry while examining the development of fashion products from concept to consumer. Students explore the core marketing activities surrounding the world of fashion. These activities include, but are not limited to, market segmentation, market research, consumer motivation, product strategy, pricing, promotions and retail distribution. Marketing principles, practices, and policies used by fashion manufacturers, wholesalers, and retailers will be explored. A global perspective of fashion marketing will also be discussed.

Course Rotation: Fall
Prerequisites: Listed prerequisite and junior standing.
MAR 366  Sports Sponsorship  (3 credits)  

This course is intended as an overview of sports sponsorship as a component of integrated marketing communication (IMC) strategy. Major topics include an introduction to sponsorships in relation to segmentation, target marketing and integrated marketing communications. Integral to this discussion will be the development and selling of sponsorships to firms, financial evaluation of appropriate sponsorships and identification of different forms of sponsorships (e.g., entitlement, presenting and official). Special forms of sponsorship including, celebrity endorsements, licensing and venue naming rights will also be discussed.

MAR 367  Luxury Marketing  (3 credits)  

This course focuses on the branding and marketing of luxury goods with the contemporary global marketplace. Students will draw upon their knowledge of the arts and social sciences to better understand the concept of luxury. Additionally, the course will examine the marketing science, innovation and creativity that foster the development of luxury goods in the current business environment. A key facet of this course will be the opportunity to reimagine marketing strategies to meet luxury customers’ specialized demands for value. Students will learn through hands-on projects the ways marketers manage their brands and customer relationships to fulfill this goal.

Course Rotation: NYC: Spring
MAR 368  Visual Analytics  (3 credits)  

This is an application oriented course aimed at developing skills in getting, exploring, manipulating, analyzing, and presenting business data using data visualization. It will employ visualization software such as Tableau and Alteryx.

Course Rotation: Fall; NY
MAR 370  Sports Marketing Analytics  (3 credits)  

This course, involving both academic and practitioner input, focuses on a number of topics of significant interest for the sports industry. These are briefly outlined below: Sports Fan Behavior - the ephemeral, experiential and meaning-laden nature of the sports “product offering”, together with the enduring and passionate character of the consumer/brand relationship as well as the socialized nature of its consumption, all suggest a unique domain of consumer behavior. This course seeks to enable understanding of the particular nature of sports consumption behavior. The Globalization of Sport - completion in sport, once largely restricted to national and regional market, has been transformed by developments in technology, particularly in relation to the internet and ongoing developments in broadcasting and related media devices. These development have created the platforms necessary for the globalization of sports at all levels (individual sport code, i.e. basketball, individual team, i.e. Dallas Cowboys, individual club, i.e. Real Madrid FC or individual athlete level, i.e. Roger Federer). Increasingly the focus of competition and the consequent marketing of sport take place on a globalized basis. Thus, this course represented a timely focus on a key area of business and marketing in sport. CRM and Data Analytics in Sport Marketing - CRM and Data Analytics, so profitably applied in other industries, are increasingly adopted in sports. This course focuses on the establishment and exploitation of CRM systems in sports as the key to more successful sports marketing. Data analytics, as the source of strategic and tactical insight and thus the key to more effective and beneficial customer relationships, is examined in a sports marketing context as an integral part of this course.

Course Rotation: NY; Fall
MAR 371  Computer Applications in Marketing  (3 credits)  
MAR 372  Marketing Simulation  (3 credits)  
MAR 375  Social Media in Marketing  (3 credits)  

This course introduces students to the various aspects of social media that influence marketing strategy. Students will analyze each of the four P's of the marketing mix and learn how social media has changed the way consumers respond to marketers. Specifically, the course will examine product development using social networking, altered pricing strategies as a result of social media, new digitial distribution methods and communications strategies that integrate traditional, digital and social media. Students will learn how to research the social media landscape and evaluate stategies using appropriate metrics. We will also disucss elements of mobile marketing that apply to the marketing mix.

Course Rotation: NY, PLV; Spring
MAR 377  Marketing Reseach, Planning and Practice  (3 credits)  
MAR 381  Ethical Issues in Marketing  (3 credits)  
MAR 390  Honors Project in Marketing  (3 credits)  
MAR 394  Marketing Internship  (6 credits)  

Marketing majors with strong academic records may apply to undertake a carefully planned work experience, under the supervision of a faculty advisor, which will demonstrate the practical application of their classroom training. Students are required to maintain a log of their internship activities and complete a paper which integrates work assignments with the study of marketing. Interested students should contact the Marketing Department.

Course Rotation: Fall, Spring, and Summer.
MAR 395  Independent Study in Marketing  (1-6 credits)  

With the approval of the appropriate faculty member, the department chair, and the academic dean, students may select a topic for guided research that is not included in the regular course offerings. The student meets regularly with the faculty member to review progress. A research project or paper must also be submitted.

Course Rotation: TBA.
Prerequisites: MAR 250, junior standing, and a minimum CPQA of 3.00.
MAR 395A  Independent Study in Marketing (A)  (1-9 credits)  
MAR 395B  Independent Study in Marketing (B)  (1-9 credits)  
MAR 395C  Independent Study in Marketing ( C)  (1-3 credits)  
MAR 396  Special Topics in Marketing  (1-6 credits)  

These courses offer the opportunity to study special topics in marketing. Please refer to the current schedule of classes for announcement of courses under this title.

Course Rotation: TBA.
MAR 396A  Topic: Multimedia and Home Page Creation  (3 credits)  
MAR 396B  Topic: Personal and Career Marketing  (3 credits)  
MAR 396E  Mercosul and Nafta-International Marketing Trade and Investment  (3 credits)  
MAR 396G  Seminar: Trend Tracking  (3 credits)  

These courses offer the opportunity to study special topics in marketing. Please refer to the current schedule of classes for announcement of courses under this title.

MAR 396H  Social Media in Marketing  (3 credits)  

This course introduces students to marketing mix strategies with a focus on social media. Students will explore product development, pricing strategies, distribution and promotion within the digital marketing arena. The course offers opportunities to develop skills in segmenting and targeting consumer groups, understanding social media consumer behavior and insights and 360 degree marketing communication campaigns with emphasis on the digital market space. Students will be introduced to digital media vehicles including social media communication strategies and platforms and mobile marketing and will learn to successfully integrate digital with traditional media.

Course Rotation: Spring
MAR 396K  Special Topic: Seminar in Sports & Entertainment Business  (3 credits)  

An interdisciplinary seminar designed to provide business majors in any field with a broad managerial perspective of the sports and entertainment world. Use of case study method to explore marketing, strategic, financial, and legal aspects of managing sports and entertainment entities.

Course Rotation: Spring (Even Years)
MAR 396L  Topic: Fan Behavior & Sports Marketing Analytics  (3 credits)  

This course, involving both academic and practitioner input, focuses on a number of topics of significant interest for the sports industry. These are briefly outlined below: Sports Fan Behavior - the ephemeral, experiential and meaning-laden nature of the sports “product offering”, together with the enduring and passionate character of the consumer/brand relationship as well as the socialized nature of its consumption, all suggest a unique domain of consumer behavior. This course seeks to enable understanding of the particular nature of sports consumption behavior. The Globalization of Sport - completion in sport, once largely restricted to national and regional market, has been transformed by developments in technology, particularly in relation to the internet and ongoing developments in broadcasting and related media devices. These development have created the platforms necessary for the globalization of sports at all levels (individual sport code, i.e. basketball, individual team, i.e. Dallas Cowboys, individual club, i.e. Real Madrid FC or individual athlete level, i.e. Roger Federer). Increasingly the focus of competition and the consequent marketing of sport take place on a globalized basis. Thus, this course represented a timely focus on a key area of business and marketing in sport. CRM and Data Analytics in Sport Marketing - CRM and Data Analytics, so profitably applied in other industries, are increasingly adopted in sports. This course focuses on the establishment and exploitation of CRM systems in sports as the key to more successful sports marketing. Data analytics, as the source of strategic and tactical insight and thus the key to more effective and beneficial customer relationships, is examined in a sports marketing context as an integral part of this course.

Course Rotation: NY; Fall
MAR 396N  Topic: Fundamentals of Innovation Engineering in the Sports Industry  (3 credits)  

This engaging course will provide you with the knowledge and tools you need to lake the first steps on your sports industry innovation journey. This course is designed to provide complete overview or the Innovation Engineering system. You'll learn how to innovate and to drive innovation in everything you do - and that means less planning and more doing, less talking and more action. In each of the 12 skills you'll learn something new that will build on your learnings from the previous skills, and you'll walk away with tools and techniques that you can use lo generate ideas and make them a reality. Whether you are interested in product development, social innovation, or simply making the sports industry work you already do more meaningful, this class has been designed lo prepare you for success.

Course Rotation: TBD
MAR 399  Special Topics in Marketing  (1-3 credits)  
MAR 399A  Special Topic: Entreprenuership for Marketers  (3 credits)  
MAR 431  New Product Development  (3 credits)  

This course covers the major phases of new product introduction in today's market. The Planning Stage: setting objectives, searching markets, idea development, and screening. The Development Stage: development of product, communication, prototype brand. Evaluation Stage: pre-testing, market testing. Emphasis is on factors leading to success and why many new products fail.

Course Rotation: NYC: Spring. PLV: Spring.
Prerequisites: MAR 201 or 250 and junior or senior credit standing.
MAR 432  Industrial Marketing  (3 credits)  
MAR 443  Database Marketing  (3 credits)  

This course covers all aspects of database marketing (DBM), which is the information-driven marketing process that enables marketers to develop, test, implement, measure, and adopt customized marketing programs and strategies. Students will learn to use DBM techniques to manage consumer and market data; to convert data to information; and to use data for decision-making.

Course Rotation: NYC: Spring - Even years. PLV: Fall - Odd years.
Prerequisites: MAR 322 or permission of Marketing chair, and senior standing.
MAR 445  Advertising and Communications Strategy  (3 credits)  

A comprehensive workshop course in which students simulate the activities of a professional ad agency. Students conceive, produce, and integrate all the components necessary for an advertising campaign for a new or current product or service. The course provides practical advanced training in research, planning and budgeting as well as the creative and media functions of advertising agencies.

Course Rotation: NYC: Fall and Spring; PLV: Spring.
MAR 451  Financial Aspects of International Marketing  (3 credits)  
MAR 452  Export and Import Policies and Practices  (3 credits)  

This course focuses on procedural practices and methods used in the handling of exports and imports. Areas treated are U.S. customs regulations and practices, tariff legislation, types of duties, marine and other insurance protection, sales contracts, price quotations, landed cost prices, merchandise entries, import documents and the preparation of export documents applicable to specific countries.

Course Rotation: NYC: Spring. PLV: TBA.
Prerequisites: MAR 351 and senior standing.
MAR 459  International Marketing Seminar  (3 credits)  

This seminar focuses on international marketing management problems and the possible solutions to these problems.

Course Rotation: NYC: TBA.
MAR 459A  International Marketing Seminar: French Business Culture  (3 credits)  
MAR 466  Retail Management Internship  (6 credits)  
MAR 486  Marketing Executive Seminar  (3 credits)  
MAR 489  Marketing Seminar  (3 credits)  
MAR 495  Business Honors Program Senior Thesis in Marketing  (3 credits)  

The Business Honors Program (BHP) provides students with the unique opportunity to pursue advanced study of a topic in their major area under the direction of a faculty mentor. The focus of the project can be either scholarship (research) or leadership (application) oriented. It should address an important and/or current issue in the discipline while allowing the student flexibility for the manifestation of his or her unique interests and objectives. Successful completion of the senior thesis is required of all BHP students. The outcome of the project will be a written report and presentation. Abstracts of completed projects will be published in appropriate outlets.

Course Rotation: Fall and Spring.
Prerequisites: MAR 322 and senior standing in the Marketing Program and approval of Director or Associate Director of Business Honors Program.
MAR 499  Advanced Marketing Management  (3 credits)  

This capstone course focuses on the integration of marketing management concepts. Experiential exercises are employed to provide students with opportunities to develop skills in the evaluation, diagnosis, and formulation of marketing strategies and tactics. Case studies and an advanced marketing simulation exercise are significant components of this course. This course should be taken in the final semester of study in the marketing major.

Course Rotation: NYC: Fall, Spring, and Summer. PLV: Fall and Spring.