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MK311

MK311 Consumer Behavior

3 credits

Prerequisites: MK 201

A study of concepts and theories of behavioral analysis in order to understand consumer and their behavior. Topics include both traditional thinking, which emphasizes psychological and behavioral theory for purchasing decision-making process, as well as contemporary alternative theories, which emphasizes understanding consumer from social and cultural dimensions. This course covers the understanding of both individual and organizational behavior that influences the purchasing decision.