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MKB3301

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
OfferedBerwick First semester 2015 (Day)
Coordinator(s)Ms Maureen Griffiths

Synopsis

Services marketing provides students with a broad understanding of the application of marketing concepts and theories to the services sector. This includes understanding service design and delivery, customer service, service quality measurement and internal marketing.

Outcomes

The learning goals associated with this unit are to:

  1. describe the key services marketing concepts and theories
  2. understand the unique challenges inherent in marketing and managing services
  3. develop strategies, tools and approaches for addressing the unique challenges of service marketing and management
  4. explain how key services marketing concepts can be applied to a range of services marketing problems.

Assessment

Within semester assessment: 50%
Examination: 50%

Workload requirements

Minimum total expected workload to achieve the learning outcomes for this unit is 144 hours per semester typically comprising a mixture of scheduled learning activities and independent study. Independent study may include associated readings, assessment and preparation for scheduled activities. The unit requires on average three/four hours of scheduled activities per week. Scheduled activities may include a combination of teacher directed learning, peer directed learning and online engagement.

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