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    MKT 3342-70 Consumer Behavior

    Dr. Turkan Kilic

    Associate Professor of Marketing

    Course Prerequisite(s): None

    Class Days/Times/Location or Other Format: Web-Based

    Office Location: Classroom Center, Room 213B

    Office Hours: Tuesdays, 12:30-5:00 p.m.; Thursdays, 12:30-5:00 p.m.

    Office Phone: 806-651-2506

    Email: tkilic@wtamu.edu

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    policies) may be changed at the discretion of the professor.

    WTAMU College of Business Mission Statement

    The mission of the College of Business is to provide high quality undergraduate and graduate business

    education with a global perspective and ethical awareness. We accomplish this through emphasis on excellence

    in teaching, which is strengthened by faculty scholarship and supported by professional service.

    Learning Objectives of the WTAMU College of Business Programs

    The College of Business (COB) at West Texas A&M University (WTAMU) seeks to prepare students in the

    Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA), Master of Business Administration (MBA), Master of Professional

    Accounting (MPA), and the Master of Science, Finance and Economics (MSFE) degree programs for careers in

    business and to foster their professional growth and advancement via key learning goals and objectives.

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    The learning objectives of the College of Business are as follows:

     Leadership

     Communication

     Critical Thinking

     Business Integration

     Core Business Knowledge

     Global Business Environment

     Business Ethics and Corporate Governance

    Course Description

    This course defines and analyzes buyer as a problem solver, buying decision processes, factors influencing

    behavior; principals, theories and models of behavioral research, and behavioral science concepts related to

    consumer behavior; e.g., mass communication, reference groups, sociological, psychological and economic

    aspects.

    Course Objectives

    1. Students will be able to understand and define consumer behavior. 2. Students will understand organizational buyer behavior. 3. Students will learn principals, theories and models of behavioral research, and behavioral science

    concepts related to consumer behavior.

    4. Students will be able to analyze and understand external and internal factors that affect consumer behavior.

    5. Students will learn the demographic characteristics and composition of the American culture and their roles in consumer behavior.

    6. Students will gain the understanding of cross-cultural differences in consumer behavior. 7. Students will learn the stages of the consumer buying decision process. 8. Students will learn the stages of the organizational buying decision process. 9. Students will understand interlinks between consumer behavior and marketing strategies. 10. Students will use consumer behavior concepts and terminology effectively.

    Course Materials

    Consumer Behavior: Building Marketing Strategy, Del I. Hawkins, and David L. Mothersbaugh, McGraw-Hill

    Irwin, 12 th

    Edition (0073530042).

    In order to reduce your textbook costs, I also accept the 11 th

    edition of the textbook or an online access to the

    textbook (Search for this option at the publisher’s website). The 13 th

    edition is also acceptable.

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    This textbook was chosen by the College of Business and is one of the best consumer behavior textbooks

    available in the market. The course materials provided online (MS PowerPoint presentations, notes, readings,

    videos, etc.) are supplemental to your textbook. In order to pass your exams and to complete your assignments,

    you need to read and study the assigned chapters in your textbook on a regular basis.

    Map from COB Learning Objectives to Specific Course Objectives

    COB Learning

    Objectives

    Related

    Course

    Objectives

    Related Course Activities to Satisfy COB

    and Course Learning Objectives

    Communication (Students

    will demonstrate

    competencies in writing,

    speaking, and technology

    communication)

    10 Online Forums, Homework Assignments

    Critical Thinking

    (Students will demonstrate

    their competencies in

    critical thinking)

    4, 9 Online Forums, Homework Assignments,

    Readings, Debates

    Core Business

    Knowledge (Students will

    illustrate and explain

    theories and concepts

    related to consumer

    behavior)

    1,2,3,4,7,8 Lectures, Exams, Readings, Videos, Online

    Forums, Homework Assignments

    Global Business

    Environment (Students

    will demonstrate their

    knowledge of the global

    and domestic environment

    4, 5,6 Lectures, Readings, Videos, Online Forums,

    Homework Assignments

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    Course Grading Policies

    Evaluation Base:

    Class Participation 100 points

    Three Midterm Exams 100 points each (Dropping the lowest scored

    exam)

    Final Exam or Term Project 100 points

    Homework Assignments 100 points

    Total 500 points

    Grading Scale:

    A = 450-500 B = 400-449 C = 350-399 D = 300-349 F = 299 or

    below

    Assignment Grading Rubric:

    The following table outlines the grading rubric that will be used for assessing your assignments.

    Category Insufficient Sufficient Exemplary

    Writing Business style; one voice; third-person

    0-13% 14-18% 19-20%

    Grammar Syntax, spelling, punctuation, etc.

    0-13% 14-18% 19-20%

    Content Is the problem or purpose clearly identified? Is the

    background analysis sufficient? Are alternatives clearly

    identified and analyzed? Is a position, recommendation or

    action plan made? Is it supported sufficiently?

    0-27% 28-35% 36-40%

    Sources 0-13% 14-18% 19-20%

    and their relevance to the

    business contexts)

    Business Ethics and

    Corporate Governance (Students will demonstrate

    their competencies in

    ethical decisions)

    4, 6,9 Lectures, Readings, Videos, Online Forums,

    Homework Assignments

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    Does each paraphrased content have references? Are Title,

    Author, and Date available, as well as complete URLs?

    Are source materials used correctly, such as with quotes

    as needed?

    Plagiarism Has any of the paper been copied from external sources

    without proper documentation? Has the paper been

    recycled from another class? Has the paper been

    purchased from an external provider?

    -100% 0% 0%

    Total 0-69% 70-92% 93-100%

    Course Assignment, Examination, and Project Policies

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