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BUS 453 - Marketing Communications Campaigns (3)

Prerequisites: BUS 251  and BUS 324 
A comprehensive course requiring application of marketing communication knowledge and skills to solve marketing problems. Students will create, from a managerial perspective, a comprehensive Integrated Marketing Communication (IMC) plan for a client. At the conclusion of the course, students will present a formal presentation to the client. There will be few formal lectures. Conceptual thinking and practice will be emphasized. Upon completion of this course, students will be able to: 1) create, produce, and evaluate an IMC campaign in the context of a real business, 2) develop, execute and apply basic primary and secondary communications research, 3) analyze client product/brand information and data, 4) work within a team environment, 5) develop appropriate marketing, creative, and promotional strategies, 6) develop prototype creative materials, 7) develop a comprehensive written communications plans book, 8) present a communications plan to client management, 9) understand the problems inherent in working with clients, and 10) understand job responsibilities in the marketing industry.