MKTG 3050 - Customer Analytics
Students develop a deep understanding of customer centricity and its implications for the firm, learn about state-of-the-art methods for calculating customer lifetime value and customer equity and develop the analytical and empirical skills that are needed to judge the appropriateness, performance and value of different statistical techniques that can be used to address issues around customer acquisition, development and retention.
MKTG 4300 - Pricing and Channels of Distribution
Fall 2018 / Spring 2019 / Fall 2019
Offered regularly to examine pricing and channel management, the two key components of companys' marketing strategies. Help students to understand the common types of pricing and channel strategies, the rationales behind these strategies. Train students to think analytically in order to apply these strategies. Required for marketing majors.
MSBC 5490 - BUAN Experiential Projects
Spring 2018 / Spring 2019
Provides an opportunity to execute a project for a company, integrating course work knowledge in an applied capstone experience. Allows first hand exposure to the business analytics as both an observer and creator of the business analytics process. Students work closely with an area client company to solve an important business analytics problem under the close supervision of the instructor.