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MKTĀ 363. Personal Selling. 3 Credit Hours.

This course is designed to give you hands-on experience and feedback to improve your selling skills. Every industry in every country is in need of well-trained sales people. Often, success in sales leads to executive positions in the firm. This class will help you perform better in selling situations whether working B2B, B2C or selling your own brand in the job interview by teaching the tools and strategies for success. Some of the topics include: adaptive selling, ethics, relationship and trust building, closing the sale, negotiating for win-win solutions, handling objections, prospecting, verbal and nonverbal communication, personal and professional development and branding, customer relationship management, time and territory management, social media, and various selling techniques. Students compete in a sales competition during the semester, network with sales professionals, study selling cases and perform many recorded presentations. The course uses 360 degree evaluation and incorporates technology into the classroom, as well as feedback from professional sellers, buyers and trainers.
Prerequisites: MKT 201 or MKT 201G or MKT 203 and junior standing
Session Cycle: Fall, Spring
Yearly Cycle: Annual.