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MKF3881

Faculty of Business and Economics

Undergraduate - Unit

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6 points, SCA Band 3, 0.125 EFTSL

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LevelUndergraduate
FacultyFaculty of Business and Economics
Organisational UnitDepartment of Marketing
OfferedCaulfield Second semester 2014 (Day)
Coordinator(s)Mr Peter Wagstaff

Synopsis

Traditional business disciplines are starting to appreciate the fundamental challenges presented by the application of technology to their knowledge base. In marketing the most visible agent of change has been www and online transacting which has already revolutionised a number of sectors of the world economy. This subject takes marketing and traditional views of marketing and exposes them to critical analysis in the light of technological change. It explores how marketers can utilise different ways of understanding, creating, communicating and delivering customer value in the marketplace.

Outcomes

The learning goals associated with this unit are to:

  1. illustrate insight into how traditional marketing structures and concepts, techniques and activities translate into the digital marketing medium
  2. demonstrate an integrated perspective of how digital marketing contributes to value creation for all stakeholders
  3. illustrate an ability to analyse the market and to create and develop innovative digital solutions to fulfil identifiable needs
  4. combine theory with the pragmatism required to effectively traverse the divide between marketing and delivering a digital solution to market needs.

Assessment

Students will choose an assessment regime from the following:

a) Examination: 100%;

b) Within semester assessment: 50% and Examination: 50%;

c) Within semester assessment: 100%

Chief examiner(s)

Workload requirements

Minimum total expected workload equals 144 hours per semester

Prerequisites

Prohibitions