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Marketing

Specialisation

The Marketing specialisation offers exciting opportunities for research, theory and strategy in all aspects of business and organisation. The specialisation builds on basic marketing principles to give students the leading edge in marketing strategy and planning, including market research, communications, consumer behaviour and the development and marketing of new products.

About this specialisation

To meet requirements for the Marketing specialisation, you will complete 30 credit points, comprising:

(1) 6 credit points of foundational unit of study for this specialisation:

  • Foundation in Marketing

(2) 6 credit points of core units of study for this specialisation:

  • Marketing Research

(3) 18 credit points of degree level selective units of study for this specialisation:

  • Advanced Marketing Statistics and Research
  • Social Media Analyses for Marketing
  • Marketing Innovation
  • Media and Communications for Marketing
  • Understanding Consumer Behaviour
  • International and Global Marketing
  • Digital/Social Media Marketing
  • Managing Brands
  • CRM/Customer Relationship Management
  • B2B Marketing
  • Marketing Performance Analytics and Metrics
  • Psychology of Marketing Decisions

Graduate opportunities

All organisations (big or small, public or private, for-profit or non-profit) rely on marketing to succeed, making career opportunities in marketing quite diverse. The role of marketing is to oversee the creation of customer value across all aspects of the business. A specialisation in marketing offers a wide range of professional opportunities including:

  • new product development
  • brand management
  • services management
  • retail and ecommerce management
  • advertising
  • public relations
  • market research
  • sales executives
  • social media content and response management
  • data science strategy.
Courses that offer this specialisation

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