BMG 206: Retail Principles and Practices
This course covers the managing, marketing, selling, promoting and distributing of retail goods and services. Students will learn the conceptual, theoretical and strategic framework of fundamental retail management principles blended with the practical applications of retailing policies, methods and procedures. Students will learn to apply their understanding of the retailing environment and evaluate the financial implications of their retail decisions to prepare them for a career in the retail industry.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6
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