- Code MKTG7028
- Unit Value 6 units
- Offered by Research School of Management
- ANU College ANU College of Business and Economics
- Course subject Marketing
- Areas of interest Economic History, Marketing
- Academic career PGRD
- Dr Stephen Dann
- Mode of delivery In Person
Second Semester 2022
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This course has flexible delivery that supports both online or on-campus study equally. See the Class Summary for more details.
This course introduces students to the process of developing and managing effective digital marketing communications. Central to the course is the idea of integrated marketing communications (IMC) as guiding philosophy for Digital Marketing Communications (DMC). Specific topics include online marketing campaigns, integrated marketing communication frameworks, integration of marketing goals into the management & design of online customer engagement and understanding how e-marketing can drive organisational responses in uncertain market conditions.
Upon successful completion, students will have the knowledge and skills to:
- Define the core elements of Integrated Marketing Communications as a marketer’s mindset
- Describe the digital marketing communication processes
- Critically appraise the integration of DMC into broader marketing strategies
- Assess online marketing campaign case studies
- Critically evaluate opportunities and challenges faced by internet mediated business practices in uncertain market conditions
- Engage online platforms, tools and software to achieve marketing outcomes
- Create elements of digital marketing communications campaigns such as online, digital and social media content
- Typical assessments may include, but is not restricted to: in-class exercises, written and oral assignments, quizzes, examinations, group project tasks, oral presentation, and other assessment deemed appropriate to show attainment of the learning outcomes set for the course. Further details will be made available via the Class Summary. (100) [LO 1,2,3,4,5,6,7]
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Students taking this course are expected to commit 130 hours to completing the work. For semester length offerings this will typically include 3 hours per week in class and at least 7 hours a week on average (excluding non-teaching weeks) on course reading, research, writing and assessment work.
Where this course is offered in intensive delivery mode as a continuous block over a shorter period of time, the expected total time commitment for this course will be 130 hours.
This course has no inherent requirements.
Requisite and Incompatibility
Information about the prescribed textbook (if any) will be made available via the Class Summary.
Assumed KnowledgeKnowledge of marketing and basic research methods
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