- Intro. to Advertisting
- MIS (Managment and Information Systems)
These courses have given me an idea of the expectatons in the Marketing field and I have developed a serious interest in pursuing a job in one of the many marketing opportunities. I have learned about the new information systems being used to make companies more efficient, as well as the techniques local and major advertising agencies are using to target their specific audiences.
- Moral Philosophy
- Philosophy of Sex and Love
- Environmental Philosophy
- Philosophy of Science Fiction
These courses have stimulated my interest in thinking about about how the world unfolds in respect to ethical issues in several different areas of life. While I did not originally associate these courses with the field of Marketing, I have come to relate them to different situations in possible marketing objectives. Specific marketing strategies may be positively influenced simply by understanding the mainstream ethical values and ideas of the target audience.
Other Useful Courses:
- Intro. to Psychology
* Psychology gave me a basic understanding of typically thinking patterns and behaviors of humans. These thinking patterns and behaviors seem as though they could be used to help strategize while developing effective marketing and advertising strategies.
* Statistics introduced the ways of categorizing information and then analyzing the information. These calculations allow for educated decision-making and represent large groups of people by taking samples results from smaller, representative groups. This process ican be used in marketing and would be useful to have knowledge of the way it works.
* This course dealt with sports management and event planning. The most beneficial aspect of this course was the discussions and learning of how advertisement is so crucial to sports teams on all levels. Professional teams interact with advertising agencies to help pay for many of the expenses they endure throughout a season.