Consumer behaviour explores the consumer decision-making process. This process is affected by situational, internal and external factors. This subject is designed to help the student see consumer behaviour from the marketer's perspective. Therefore, students will be able to link consumer behaviour theory to marketing strategy.
School of Management and Marketing
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