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MIST 136: Retailing Management


Units: 4

Provides students with a panoramic view of the changing nature of retailing and the many complex management issues facing retailers today using a social scientific approach. Emphasis is placed on the analysis of retail business models and operational strategies to market goods and services in two or more channels. Students learn about evolving consumer behavior and omnichannel supply chain management, as well as the social, environmental and economic impacts of retailing.

Course Details
Anticipated term(s) course will be offered:
  • Spring

Repeatable for Credit: No
Normal Letter Grade only

Requisites and Restrictions
Open only to following major/minor(s):
  • Management & Business Economics (Undergraduate) - MBE
  • Management & Business Economics Minor (Undergraduate) - MBE
  • Management Analytics Decision-Making Minor (Undergraduate) - MAD

Open only to the following class level(s):
  • Junior
  • Senior

Instructor Permission Required: No


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