MKT4506 Marketing Analytics
4 Advanced Management CreditsToday's marketers have access to more data and technology than ever before. To fully realize the benefit of these resources, marketers need to develop data analysis and analytical skills to convert raw data into insights and insights into more informed marketing decision-making. The objective of this course is to introduce the benefits of using a systematic and analytical approach to marketing decision-making. This course integrates marketing concepts with practice, and emphasizes _learning by doing._ Students will learn different ways to explore the relationships and patterns in customer and marketing data. Advanced analytical software will be used to perform many of the most commonly used descriptive and predictive analysis techniques that are applied in the marketing field.
The course builds on the marketing core course(s) through the direct application of marketing concepts such as segmentation, targeting and brand positioning. The course emphasizes the application of marketing analytics to a diverse set of business problems. This includes the use of marketing analytics to identify opportunities to cost-effectively acquire new customers, increase the value and loyalty of existing customers, and to improve the overall experience the customer has with a brand. It also includes the use of analytics to set up marketing experiments, assess the value of different product strategies and measure the ROI of marketing campaigns.
Prerequisites: SME2011 or MKT2000
- Program: Undergraduate
- Division: Marketing
- Level: Advanced Elective (UGrad),Advanced Management (UGrad)
- Course Number: MKT4506
- Number of Credits: 4