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					             COURSE DESCRIPTIONS: CAREER/TECHNICAL DISCIPLINES

                       SECTION II - E: RETAIL MERCHANDISING (REM)



DPT. CRS.                                   "THEORY"                     "EXPERIMENTAL"           "MANIPULATIVE"    COURSE
PRE NUM      COURSE TITLE         CREDIT           WEEKLY           CREDIT      WEEKLY        CREDIT     WEEKLY     CREDIT
                                  HOURS            CONTACT          HOURS       CONTACT       HOURS      CONTACT    HOURS
                                                    HOURS                        HOURS                    HOURS
REM   101    PROFESSIONAL             1-3               1-3              0              0         0             0     1-3
             DEVELOPMENT


PREREQUISITE: As required by program.

This seminar course explores the roles in a business environment, including business etiquette, resume'
development, interviewing techniques, and personalities. Upon completion, students should be better able to secure
successful employment. CORE



DPT. CRS.                               "THEORY"                     "EXPERIMENTAL"               "MANIPULATIVE"    COURSE
PRE NUM     COURSE TITLE        CREDIT         WEEKLY           CREDIT         WEEKLY        CREDIT      WEEKLY     CREDIT
                                HOURS          CONTACT          HOURS          CONTACT       HOURS       CONTACT    HOURS
                                                HOURS                           HOURS                     HOURS
REM   103   PRINCIPLES OF         3                 3                0              0             0             0     3
             MARKETING


PREREQUISITE: As required by program.

This course covers the principles of marketing, focusing on product, distribution, pricing and promotion. Emphasis
is on the trends and the dynamic forces that affect the marketing process and the coordination of marketing
functions; topics include marketing strategies, marketing mix, marketing trends, marketing research, and forces
acting on the market. Upon completion, the student should be able to identify each element of the marketing mix and
implement an effective marketing plan.



DPT. CRS.                        "THEORY"                       "EXPERIMENTAL"                 "MANIPULATIVE"       COURSE
PRE NUM     COURSE       CREDIT             WEEKLY            CREDIT         WEEKLY         CREDIT      WEEKLY      CREDIT
             TITLE       HOURS              CONTACT           HOURS          CONTACT        HOURS       CONTACT     HOURS
                                             HOURS                            HOURS                      HOURS
REM   111   INTRO TO        3                  3                0               0             0             0         3
             RETAIL


PREREQUISITE: As required by program.

This course examines the role of retailing in the economy. Topics include the development of present retail
structure, functions performed, effective operations, and managerial problems resulting from current economic and
social trends. Upon completion, students should be able to demonstrate an understanding of the basic principles of
retailing.



DPT. CRS.                        "THEORY"                       "EXPERIMENTAL"                 "MANIPULATIVE"       COURSE
PRE NUM      COURSE      CREDIT         WEEKLY                  CREDIT                WEEKLY           CREDIT         WEEKLY     CREDIT
              TITLE      HOURS          CONTACT                 HOURS                 CONTACT          HOURS          CONTACT    HOURS
                                         HOURS                                         HOURS                           HOURS
REM   112   TEXTILES         2                   2                  1                    2               0               0         3


PREREQUISITE: As required by program.

This course introduces textile fibers and the construction of fabrics. Emphasis is placed on textile manufacturing
processes including yarn and fabric construction, dye and finishing techniques, and performance and durability of
fabrics. Upon completion, students should be able to identify factors in considering construction of garments as they
relate to wearability and efficient buying.



DPT. CRS.                                "THEORY"                         "EXPERIMENTAL"                      "MANIPULATIVE"     COURSE
PRE NUM       COURSE TITLE        CREDIT             WEEKLY             CREDIT          WEEKLY           CREDIT        WEEKLY    CREDIT
                                  HOURS              CONTACT            HOURS           CONTACT          HOURS         CONTACT   HOURS
                                                      HOURS                              HOURS                          HOURS
REM   114   SMALL BUSINESS          3                   3                 0                   0               0              0     3
             MANAGEMENT


PREREQUISITE: As required by program.

This course offers a detailed analysis of the creation and management of small business entities. Entrepreneurial
opportunities, new venture processes, and small business managerial activities are emphasized. The student will be
required to demonstrate ability to create and manage a small business entity.



DPT. CRS.                                        "THEORY"                     "EXPERIMENTAL"                  "MANIPULATIVE"     COURSE
PRE NUM        COURSE TITLE         CREDIT            WEEKLY             CREDIT              WEEKLY       CREDIT       WEEKLY    CREDIT
                                    HOURS             CONTACT            HOURS               CONTACT      HOURS        CONTACT   HOURS
                                                       HOURS                                  HOURS                     HOURS
REM   115     SMALL BUSINESS             3                  3                 0                   0               0          0      3
               MANAGEMENT
               APPLICATIONS


PREREQUISITE: As required by program.

This course is a continuation of REM 114. Case studies will be developed to challenge the student to solve problems
encountered in today's small businesses. The student will be required to apply a theoretical base to solve case studies
and to defend solutions to case studies.



DPT. CRS.                                        "THEORY"                     "EXPERIMENTAL"                   "MANIPULATIVE"    COURSE
PRE NUM         COURSE TITLE            CREDIT         WEEKLY             CREDIT             WEEKLY          CREDIT    WEEKLY    CREDIT
                                        HOURS          CONTACT            HOURS              CONTACT         HOURS     CONTACT   HOURS
                                                        HOURS                                 HOURS                     HOURS
REM   116     ENTREPRENEURIAL                3                  3                 0               0               0          0      3
             BUSINESS PRACTICES


PREREQUISITE: As required by program.

This course introduces practices that help the entrepreneur to successfully start, conduct, and expand the small
business. Topics to be covered include policies that foster the company's origin, survival and growth, organization
type, financing, company size, personnel, franchising, and problem solving. The student will be required to
demonstrate entrepreneurial knowledge and ability.



DPT. CRS.                                "THEORY"            "EXPERIMENTAL"             "MANIPULATIVE"         COURSE
PRE NUM     COURSE TITLE      CREDIT          WEEKLY      CREDIT       WEEKLY       CREDIT        WEEKLY        CREDIT
                              HOURS           CONTACT     HOURS        CONTACT      HOURS         CONTACT       HOURS
                                               HOURS                    HOURS                      HOURS
REM   117   SMALL BUSINESS           1              1        4            4             0            0             3
              PRACTICUM


PREREQUISITE: As required by program.

The student will complete a project designed by the student and approved by the instructor. Emphasis will be placed
on a project that is relevant, timely, and unique. The student will develop a business plan and an application for a
loan.



DPT. CRS.                                "THEORY"           "EXPERIMENTAL"              "MANIPULATIVE"         COURSE
PRE NUM     COURSE TITLE      CREDIT          WEEKLY      CREDIT       WEEKLY       CREDIT       WEEKLY         CREDIT
                              HOURS           CONTACT     HOURS        CONTACT      HOURS        CONTACT        HOURS
                                               HOURS                    HOURS                     HOURS
REM   118   PRINCIPLES OF        3                  3       0             0             0            0             3
             ECONOMICS


PREREQUISITE: As required by program.

This course provides a study of micro and macro economic principles, policies, and application. Topics include
supply and demand, money and the banking system, the business cycle, and the economic system. Upon completion,
the student should be able to identify economic concepts that affect business decisions.



DPT. CRS.                                "THEORY"           "EXPERIMENTAL"             "MANIPULATIVE"          COURSE
PRE NUM     COURSE TITLE     CREDIT          WEEKLY       CREDIT      WEEKLY        CREDIT       WEEKLY         CREDIT
                             HOURS           CONTACT      HOURS       CONTACT       HOURS        CONTACT        HOURS
                                              HOURS                    HOURS                      HOURS
REM   121     APPLIED            3              3           0             0            0             0             3
            ADVERTISING


PREREQUISITE: As required by program.

This course is a study of advertising, its influence on consumer awareness and the purchase of products, and the
fundamental principles associated with advertising activities. Topics include the purpose of advertising and other
sales promotional techniques, principles of advertising, budgeting, marketing and advertising plans, regulations and
controls of advertising, media evaluation, target marketing and selection, campaign planning, and trends in
advertising. Upon completion, students should be able to identify the functions and purposes of advertising and
develop a comprehensive advertising campaign. CORE



DPT. CRS.                                  "THEORY"              "EXPERIMENTAL"            "MANIPULATIVE"       COURSE
PRE NUM       COURSE TITLE       CREDIT         WEEKLY      CREDIT      WEEKLY       CREDIT       WEEKLY        CREDIT
                                 HOURS          CONTACT     HOURS       CONTACT      HOURS        CONTACT       HOURS
                                                 HOURS                   HOURS                     HOURS
REM   123     HISTORY AND                  2                   2                  1                  2             0          0     3
             PSYCHOLOGY OF
                 DRESS


PREREQUISITE: As required by program.

This course provides a study of the history of costume from ancient times to the present. Emphasis is placed on the
interrelationship between dress and its cultural, social, psychological, economic, and aesthetic implications
throughout history. Upon completion, students should be able to recognize the influence of various historical periods
on modern concepts of dress.



DPT. CRS.                                   "THEORY"                          "EXPERIMENTAL"                   "MANIPULATIVE"     COURSE
PRE NUM      COURSE TITLE        CREDIT               WEEKLY             CREDIT         WEEKLY            CREDIT       WEEKLY     CREDIT
                                 HOURS                CONTACT            HOURS          CONTACT           HOURS        CONTACT    HOURS
                                                       HOURS                             HOURS                          HOURS
REM   141     CREDIT AND               3                   3                  0                  0             0              0     3
             COLLECTIONS


PREREQUISITE: As required by program.

This course covers areas of collection that provide an understanding of the expertise needed to manage collection
operations. Topics include principles and practices in the extension of credit, collection procedures, and laws
pertaining to credit extension and collection. Upon completion, students should be able to demonstrate an
understanding of the concepts covered. CORE



DPT. CRS.                         "THEORY"                           "EXPERIMENTAL"                         "MANIPULATIVE"        COURSE
PRE NUM     COURSE        CREDIT               WEEKLY              CREDIT             WEEKLY             CREDIT        WEEKLY     CREDIT
             TITLE        HOURS                CONTACT             HOURS              CONTACT            HOURS         CONTACT    HOURS
                                                HOURS                                  HOURS                            HOURS
REM   143   BUSINESS        3                     3                  0                   0                 0              0         3
              LAW


PREREQUISITE: As required by program.

This course is a study of the influence of past and present governmental regulations in today's economy and the
concepts and terminology germane to the field of business law. Topics include personal and employer liability,
negligence, product liability, computer law, the Uniform Commercial Code, sales contracts, and commercial papers.
Upon completion, students should be able to identify law, liability, and risk associated with conducting daily
business transactions.



DPT. CRS.                                  "THEORY"                       "EXPERIMENTAL"                       "MANIPULATIVE"     COURSE
PRE NUM     COURSE TITLE        CREDIT           WEEKLY              CREDIT            WEEKLY             CREDIT       WEEKLY     CREDIT
                                HOURS            CONTACT             HOURS             CONTACT            HOURS        CONTACT    HOURS
                                                  HOURS                                 HOURS                           HOURS
REM   150     RETAILING            0                   0                  0                  0                 3          15        3
             INTERNSHIP


PREREQUISITE: As required by program.
This course is designed to provide the student with experience in the retail or merchandising business. Emphasis is
placed on retail experience gained on the job in a supervised internship. Upon completion, students should develop
an understanding of the retail market by participating in a business setting.



DPT. CRS.                           "THEORY"                "EXPERIMENTAL"               "MANIPULATIVE"          COURSE
PRE NUM COURSE TITLE         CREDIT       WEEKLY         CREDIT        WEEKLY        CREDIT       WEEKLY          CREDIT
                             HOURS        CONTACT        HOURS         CONTACT       HOURS        CONTACT         HOURS
                                           HOURS                        HOURS                      HOURS
REM   151    MARKETING          0             0              1             2             0             0             1
              SEMINAR


PREREQUISITE: As required by program.

This course uses practical situations to develop business, social, and leadership characteristics; civic consciousness,
vocational understanding, and social intelligence play a dominant role in this seminar. Activities will include DECA
competition, chairing committees, leading workshops, reporting on professional development, arranging for and
introducing guest speakers, attending business seminars, and job search techniques. Upon completion, students
should be able to interact effectively with others, demonstrate the ability to perform marketing and management
tasks, and use problem-solving techniques effectively.



DPT. CRS.                               "THEORY"                 "EXPERIMENTAL"           "MANIPULATIVE"          COURSE
PRE NUM      COURSE TITLE       CREDIT       WEEKLY        CREDIT       WEEKLY        CREDIT       WEEKLY         CREDIT
                                HOURS        CONTACT       HOURS        CONTACT       HOURS        CONTACT        HOURS
                                              HOURS                      HOURS                      HOURS
REM   163   ACCOUNTING FOR          2             2              1             2             0         0              3
              MARKETING


PREREQUISITE: As required by program.

This course develops an awareness of the financial aspects of business and provides opportunities for students to
learn and practice the basic principles of accounting and bookkeeping. Topics include forecasting and budgeting,
stock records, costs of overtime and job improvements, basic accounting principles (bookkeeping, ledger, and
journal), basic accounting cycle, and financial statements such as balance sheets and income statements. Upon
completion, students should be able to complete an entire accounting cycle for a merchandising enterprise.



DPT. CRS.                           "THEORY"                "EXPERIMENTAL"               "MANIPULATIVE"          COURSE
PRE NUM COURSE TITLE         CREDIT       WEEKLY         CREDIT        WEEKLY        CREDIT       WEEKLY          CREDIT
                             HOURS        CONTACT        HOURS         CONTACT       HOURS        CONTACT         HOURS
                                           HOURS                        HOURS                      HOURS
REM   171    MARKETING          0             0              1             2             0             0             1
              SEMINAR


PREREQUISITE: As required by program.

This course further develops leadership skills and human relations skills necessary for success in the field of
Marketing Management. Emphasis will be placed on developing civic, social, and business responsibilities. Upon
completion, students should be able to demonstrate an understanding of the role of professional organizations in
career advancement and demonstrate self-confidence and self-esteem in group leadership situations.
DPT. CRS.                                 "THEORY"                   "EXPERIMENTAL"                     "MANIPULATIVE"       COURSE
PRE NUM       COURSE TITLE        CREDIT         WEEKLY            CREDIT          WEEKLY             CREDIT     WEEKLY      CREDIT
                                  HOURS          CONTACT           HOURS           CONTACT            HOURS      CONTACT     HOURS
                                                  HOURS                             HOURS                         HOURS
REM   173   FUNDAMENTALS OF          3               3               0                0                  0             0        3
                SELLING


PREREQUISITE: As required by program.

This course emphasizes sales strategy and techniques and effective communications with customers, supervisors,
and co-workers. Topics include customer relations, customer motives, positive and professional image,
product/service knowledge, selling techniques and procedures, sales presentations, and the ethics of selling. Upon
completion, students should be able to analyze customer needs and wants and close a sale based on customer
responses. CORE



DPT. CRS.                                       "THEORY"                 "EXPERIMENTAL"                  "MANIPULATIVE"      COURSE
PRE NUM        COURSE TITLE             CREDIT      WEEKLY           CREDIT         WEEKLY             CREDIT     WEEKLY     CREDIT
                                        HOURS       CONTACT          HOURS          CONTACT            HOURS      CONTACT    HOURS
                                                     HOURS                           HOURS                         HOURS
REM   181    SPECIAL TOPICS IN            0-3            0-3             0-3              0-6            0-3           0-9      3
      281         RETAIL
              MERCHANDISING


PREREQUISITE: As required by program.

These courses provide specialized instruction in various areas related to retail merchandising. Emphasis is place on
meeting students' needs.



DPT. CRS.                                 "THEORY"                   "EXPERIMENTAL"                     "MANIPULATIVE"       COURSE
PRE NUM      COURSE TITLE         CREDIT         WEEKLY            CREDIT          WEEKLY          CREDIT        WEEKLY      CREDIT
                                  HOURS          CONTACT           HOURS           CONTACT         HOURS         CONTACT     HOURS
                                                  HOURS                             HOURS                         HOURS
REM   203    PRINCIPLES OF          3               3                0                0                  0             0        3
             MANAGEMENT


PREREQUISITE: As required by program.

This course focuses on personnel management, the basic supervisory functions, supervisory skills and techniques,
and the special challenges and demands of supervising employees. Topics include management theories, employee
morale, supervision techniques, functions of management, and motivating, supervising and evaluating employees.
Upon completion, students should be able to effectively supervise employees or processes using appropriate
planning, organizing, influencing, and control principles.



DPT. CRS.                        "THEORY"                      "EXPERIMENTAL"                         "MANIPULATIVE"         COURSE
PRE NUM      COURSE      CREDIT          WEEKLY          CREDIT         WEEKLY                  CREDIT          WEEKLY       CREDIT
              TITLE      HOURS           CONTACT         HOURS       CONTACT HOURS              HOURS        CONTACT HOURS   HOURS
                                          HOURS
REM   212    RETAIL          3              3                  0               0                  0                0           3
             BUYING


PREREQUISITE: As required by program.
This course introduces the fundamental principles of buying, merchandising, and accounting for products and
services. Topics include assortment planning, locating resources, ordering merchandise, pricing for profit, and
financial statements and ratios. Upon completion, students should be able to identify important factors to consider
when determining type, quantity, and price of merchandise to be purchased. CORE



DPT. CRS.                                     "THEORY"               "EXPERIMENTAL"            "MANIPULATIVE"    COURSE
PRE NUM       COURSE TITLE          CREDIT        WEEKLY         CREDIT       WEEKLY      CREDIT      WEEKLY      CREDIT
                                    HOURS         CONTACT        HOURS        CONTACT     HOURS       CONTACT     HOURS
                                                   HOURS                       HOURS                   HOURS
REM   213      VISUAL                 2                2             1              2          0          0            3
            MERCHANDISING


PREREQUISITE: As required by program.

This course focuses on the components of display necessary for the effective visual presentation of goods and
services, including the principles and techniques common to display work in various types of businesses. Topics
include design and color principles, tools and materials of the trade, props and fixtures, lighting and signing,
installation of displays, store planning, and safety. Upon completion, students will be able to design and construct
effective visual merchandising displays.



DPT. CRS.                                      "THEORY"              "EXPERIMENTAL"            "MANIPULATIVE"    COURSE
PRE NUM       COURSE TITLE           CREDIT        WEEKLY         CREDIT       WEEKLY     CREDIT      WEEKLY      CREDIT
                                     HOURS         CONTACT        HOURS        CONTACT    HOURS       CONTACT     HOURS
                                                    HOURS                       HOURS                  HOURS
REM   221   INTRODUCTION TO               2                2             1          2          0             0         3
             APPAREL DESIGN


PREREQUISITE: As required by program.

This course examines the mechanics of creation and production of clothing and the principles and elements of
design. Emphasis is placed on the role of the designer, basic garment construction techniques, and quality control
procedures. Upon completion, students should be able to demonstrate an understanding of the principles and
elements needed to develop a line of clothing.



DPT. CRS.                             "THEORY"                   "EXPERIMENTAL"            "MANIPULATIVE"        COURSE
PRE NUM COURSE TITLE         CREDIT            WEEKLY          CREDIT        WEEKLY      CREDIT      WEEKLY      CREDIT
                             HOURS             CONTACT         HOURS         CONTACT     HOURS       CONTACT     HOURS
                                                HOURS                         HOURS                   HOURS
REM 223     CONSUMER            3                  3             0              0          0             0             3
            BEHAVIOR


PREREQUISITE: As required by program.

This course is designed to describe consumer behavior as applied to the exchange processes involved in acquiring,
consuming, and disposing of goods and services. Topics include an analysis of basic and environmental
determinants of consumer behavior with emphasis on the decision-making process. Upon completion, students
should be able to analyze concepts related to the study of the individual consumer.



DPT. CRS.                            "THEORY"                    "EXPERIMENTAL"            "MANIPULATIVE"        COURSE
PRE NUM COURSE TITLE        CREDIT            WEEKLY         CREDIT        WEEKLY         CREDIT      WEEKLY      CREDIT
                            HOURS             CONTACT        HOURS         CONTACT        HOURS       CONTACT     HOURS
                                               HOURS                        HOURS                      HOURS
REM   224   CUSTOMER           3                 3             0              0             0             0           3
             SERVICE


PREREQUISITE: As required by program.

This course stresses the importance of customer relations in the business world. Emphasis is placed on learning how
to respond to complex customer requirements and to efficiently handle stressful situations. Upon completion,
students should be able to demonstrate the ability to handle customer relations.



DPT. CRS.                                   "THEORY"               "EXPERIMENTAL"               "MANIPULATIVE"    COURSE
PRE NUM      COURSE TITLE      CREDIT           WEEKLY        CREDIT        WEEKLY         CREDIT      WEEKLY     CREDIT
                               HOURS            CONTACT       HOURS         CONTACT        HOURS       CONTACT    HOURS
                                                 HOURS                       HOURS                      HOURS
REM   233   FASHION SHOW            2                2             1              2             0          0          3
             PRODUCTION


PREREQUISITE: As required by program.

This course presents principles and procedures used by fashion show coordinators. Emphasis placed on developing
skills in staging, selecting music, recruiting and selecting models, coordinating costs, working backstage, and
promotion the show. Upon completion, the student should be able to demonstrate an understanding of the
procedures involved in the production of a fashion show.



DPT. CRS.                                    "THEORY"              "EXPERIMENTAL"               "MANIPULATIVE"    COURSE
PRE NUM       COURSE TITLE         CREDIT        WEEKLY         CREDIT       WEEKLY        CREDIT      WEEKLY     CREDIT
                                   HOURS         CONTACT        HOURS        CONTACT       HOURS       CONTACT    HOURS
                                                  HOURS                       HOURS                     HOURS
REM   234   HUMAN RESOURCE              3                3             0              0         0             0       3
             MANAGEMENT


PREREQUISITE: As required by program.

This course is a study of recruiting, training, and directing of personnel within the business environment. Topics
include the daily problems facing supervisors, store managers, and personnel managers, along with practical
solutions. Upon completion, students should be able to describe good human relations techniques.



DPT. CRS.                                   "THEORY"               "EXPERIMENTAL"               "MANIPULATIVE"    COURSE
PRE NUM       COURSE TITLE         CREDIT        WEEKLY        CREDIT       WEEKLY         CREDIT      WEEKLY     CREDIT
                                   HOURS         CONTACT       HOURS        CONTACT        HOURS       CONTACT    HOURS
                                                  HOURS                      HOURS                      HOURS
REM   250       ADVANCED                0                0         0              0             3         15          3
                RETAILING
               INTERNSHIP


PREREQUISITE: REM 150.

This is a continuation of REM 150. Emphasis is placed on retail experience gained on the job in a supervised
internship. Upon completion, the student should develop an understanding of the retail market by participating in a
business setting.



DPT. CRS.                                "THEORY"                      "EXPERIMENTAL"                 "MANIPULATIVE"       COURSE
PRE NUM     COURSE TITLE      CREDIT             WEEKLY              CREDIT          WEEKLY         CREDIT      WEEKLY     CREDIT
                              HOURS              CONTACT             HOURS           CONTACT        HOURS       CONTACT    HOURS
                                                  HOURS                               HOURS                      HOURS
REM   251    MARKETING           0                   0                 1                2             0            0         1
             SEMINAR III


PREREQUISITE: As required by program.

This course further develops leadership skills and human relations skills necessary for success in the field of
Marketing Management. Emphasis will be placed on developing civic, social, and business responsibilities. Upon
completion, students should be able to identify functions and roles of group members in a variety of situations and
demonstrate the ability to develop group decision-making skills.



DPT. CRS.                                     "THEORY"                     "EXPERIMENTAL"              "MANIPULATIVE"      COURSE
PRE NUM       COURSE TITLE       CREDIT            WEEKLY             CREDIT          WEEKLY        CREDIT       WEEKLY    CREDIT
                                 HOURS             CONTACT            HOURS           CONTACT       HOURS        CONTACT   HOURS
                                                    HOURS                              HOURS                      HOURS
REM   253      FASHION                   3                   3              0               0             0         0        3
            MERCHANDISING


PREREQUISITE: As required by program.

This course addresses the fundamentals of the dynamic nature of fashion. Emphasis is placed on the rhythmic forces
which shape fashion trends and the application of the principles of merchandising practices.



DPT. CRS.                                        "THEORY"                       "EXPERIMENTAL"            "MANIPULATIVE"   COURSE
PRE NUM        COURSE TITLE              CREDIT      WEEKLY             CREDIT         WEEKLY        CREDIT      WEEKLY    CREDIT
                                         HOURS       CONTACT            HOURS          CONTACT       HOURS       CONTACT   HOURS
                                                      HOURS                             HOURS                     HOURS
REM   261    SEMINAR IN RETAIL               3                   3              0               0         0            0     3
              MERCHANDISING


PREREQUISITE: As required by program.

This course provides instructor-directed experiences in studying and researching for improved marketing and
distribution in the local business community. Emphasis is placed on the individual's career objective and those
experiences that will help obtain that objective.



DPT. CRS.                                    "THEORY"                   "EXPERIMENTAL"                "MANIPULATIVE"       COURSE
PRE NUM      COURSE TITLE      CREDIT             WEEKLY             CREDIT          WEEKLY         CREDIT      WEEKLY     CREDIT
                               HOURS              CONTACT            HOURS           CONTACT        HOURS       CONTACT    HOURS
                                                   HOURS                              HOURS                      HOURS
REM   262      TRENDS IN             3                   3              0               0             0             0        3
             DISTRIBUTION


PREREQUISITE: As required by program.
This course introduces the changing trends in shipping and receiving and the problems of distribution in marketing.
Emphasis is placed on ways to capitalize on the latest distribution patterns.



DPT. CRS.                           "THEORY"               "EXPERIMENTAL"              "MANIPULATIVE"         COURSE
PRE NUM     COURSE TITLE     CREDIT       WEEKLY        CREDIT       WEEKLY        CREDIT       WEEKLY         CREDIT
                             HOURS        CONTACT       HOURS        CONTACT       HOURS        CONTACT        HOURS
                                           HOURS                      HOURS                      HOURS
REM   271    MARKETING          0             0            1             2             0            0              1
             SEMINAR IV


PREREQUISITE: As required by program.

This course further develops leadership skills and human relations skills necessary for success in the field of
Marketing Management. Emphasis will be place on developing civic, social, and business responsibilities. Upon
completion, students should be able to demonstrate an understanding of information presented by outside speakers
on topics related to conflict resolution, current job market trends, and resources available to managers.

				
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