- Code MKTG2001
- Unit Value 6 units
- Offered by Research School of Management
- ANU College ANU College of Business and Economics
- Course subject Marketing
- Areas of interest Marketing
- Academic career UGRD
- Dr Toni Eagar
- Mode of delivery In Person
Second Semester 2019
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This course will be conducted fully online using ZOOM and Wattle
The Marketing Research course introduces students to the realm of marketing intelligence and the significance of data to marketers and to companies as an important foundation for planning marketing activities towards the creation of value for the firm. The course provides a comprehensive approach to contemporary marketing research principles and practices towards gathering, acquiring, appraising and applying evidence for decision making. The course covers recent online marketing research trends and developments in the area of relationship and experiential marketing, and their impacts on the quality of evidence and on marketing research applications. Its principal aim is to provide students with research and managerial knowledge, tools and skills for identifying, tackling, judging and using evidence to solve marketing problems in business.
Upon successful completion, students will have the knowledge and skills to:
By the end of this course, students will be able to:
1 Identify marketing problem(s) to assist in decision making
2 Choose the methodologies to acquire evidence in an ethical manner to address the marketing problem.
3 Retrieve primary and secondary data to solve the marketing problem
4 Establish the methodological quality, reliability and validity of the data collected
5 Integrate all types of relevant evidence towards finding solutions to the marketing problem
6 Find solutions to the marketing problem based on the integrated relevant evidence
7 Produce an evidence-based marketing report to maximise likelihood of effective implementation of solutions.
- Quiz 1 individual (10%)
- Self-reflection assessment (10%)
- Quiz 2 individual (10%)
- Research Proposal Group (10%) S: Marketing Research Report (20 + 10% oral defence)
- Final Exam (30%)
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The average student workload for this course is 10 hours per week. For on-campus students this includes time spent in scheduled classes and self-directed study time. For on-line students this includes time spent reading, researching, studying and participating in on-line activities.
Requisite and Incompatibility
Marketing Research, 2014 (4e) by Hair, Lukas, Miller, Bush & Ortinau; McGraw-Hill Education
We also encourage students to register with the book’s companion online learning centre (OLC) at www.mhhe.com/au/hair4e for an engaging learning experience.
The book is available at the Co-op bookshop.
The eBook can also be purchased at the following:
Assumed KnowledgeSTAT1008 and/or Business Research Methods
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- 6 units
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