MKTG303 Strategic Internet Marketing (3 semester hours)
This course is a study of the concepts of Internet business models and how general managers must formulate and execute successful strategies in order to gain, defend, or reinforce a competitive advantage in the face of the Internet. Students will learn about the concepts and tools needed to analyze Internet business models for both start-ups and incumbent brick-and-mortar firms. This course covers Internet properties, value configurations, culture, ethics, demographics, international marketing and emerging public policy issues to include privacy and security. Topics include web page analysis, intelligence agents and the hardware and software tools necessary for Internet commerce.
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