The School of Business welcomes applicants interested in teaching Introduction to Marketing and other special topics courses for the Spring 2023 semester.
To learn more information on the School of Business and the Marketing program please visit: https://www.sjf.edu/schools/school-of-business/
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The Introduction to Marketing course introduces students to the theory and practice of marketing. Among other issues, product development, pricing strategies, promotional tools, and distribution are addressed. Analysis regarding customer and competitive environments and the role of marketing in society are included.
The instructor will present course materials in a face-to-face format, unless otherwise specified, assign grades, coordinate any other requirements related to course instruction and adhere to University policies related to instruction.
Education / Experience:
Required: A Master's in Business and marketing professional experience.
Spring 2023 semester
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