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DELORES REHA’S HOME PAGE

SPRING 2014

 

 

 

 

This website has instructor information and teaching schedule, a brief description of the classes I am teaching, textbook information, and “how to start the class” information for my online classes.

 

Spring semester begins Monday, January 27.  Students enrolled in any of my on-campus classes must attend the first class meeting or they will be dropped from the class.  Students enrolled in either of my online classes should be prepared to begin participating in the class beginning the first week of the semester.  “Online Student Information” below has more detailed information about starting my online classes.

 

 

 

INSTRUCTOR INFORMATION

 

 

 

 

OFFICE:                        320-07

 

OFFICE HOURS:        Monday:              7:30 – 8:30 am, 1:15 – 2:15 pm, 5:45 – 6:45 pm

Wednesday:       7:30 – 8:30 am, 1:15 – 2:15 pm

                            

TELEPHONE #:           (714) 992-7214  

 

EMAIL:                          dreha@fullcoll.edu  (The best way to contact me is via email.)

 

 

 

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SEMESTER SCHEDULE

 

 

 

On-Campus Classes

 

  8:35 AM, M/W            MKT 100 F Introduction to Marketing              Room 324

10:10 AM, M/W            BUS 100 F Introduction to Business               Room 327

11:45 AM, M/W            BUS 100 F Introduction to Business               Room 327

  6:50 PM, M                 MKT 100 F Introduction to Marketing              Room 324

 

Online Classes                      MKT 100 F Introduction to Marketing

                                                                                MKT 103 F Principles of Advertising

 

 

 

 

  

COURSE INFORMATION

 

 

 

 

The course information below provides a brief description of my courses for Spring 2014 semester. 

 

*    BUS 100 F INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS

 

The course introduces the student to the essential elements of business organization including management, marketing, human resources, and finance.  Also covered are topics such economic systems, entrepreneurship, options for business, decision making, motivation, international business environment and workplace diversity.  Learning activities include a group short-term project and two individual projects.

 

*    MKT 100 F INTRODUCTION TO MARKETING (On-Campus Classes)

 

This course takes a hands-on approach to marketing.  It provides a variety of practical examples and applications to show the major decisions that marketing managers face in their day-to-day jobs.  Basic marketing and e-marketing concepts will cover various types of businesses – corporations, small & medium sized businesses, services and non-profits.  We will also discuss the new media marketing revolution and its impact on consumers and the business world.  Learning activities include a group short-term marketing project and two individual marketing projects.

 

*    MKT 100 F INTRODUCTION TO MARKETING (Online Class)

 

This online course takes a hands-on approach to marketing.  It provides a variety of practical examples and applications to show the major decisions that marketing managers face in their day-to-day jobs.  Basic marketing and e-marketing concepts will cover various types of businesses – corporations, small & medium sized businesses, services and non-profits.  We will also discuss the new media marketing revolution and its impact on consumers and the business world.  Learning activities include written assignments, discussion forums, and a marketing project.  Midterm and final exams are given on campus; however, students have a variety of options regarding testing days and times.

 

*    MKT 103 F PRINCIPLES OF ADVERTISING

 

This online course introduces the use of advertising strategy and promotional communications in achieving organizational marketing objectives. It focuses on how product features/benefits can be translated into advertising appeals that will influence customer purchasing behavior. Topics include advertising objectives, choosing target audiences, selecting media, creating advertisements, budgeting and measuring campaign effectiveness. As a learning activity, students prepare an advertising campaign for a product, business, or not-for-profit organization.  Midterm and final exams are given on campus; however, students have a variety of options regarding testing days and times.

 

 

 

 

TEXTBOOK INFORMATION

 

 

 

 

The following is textbook information for Spring 2014.  All textbooks listed below are custom editions and the publisher has agreed to lower the price to students over regular retail prices.  All of the classes below require a textbook with an access code to an online learning center called Connect Plus.  BUS 100 and MKT 100 textbooks at the FC bookstore are “custom” which allows the publisher to reduce the price of the textbook.  The textbook are packaged with an access card to Connect and an e-book edition of the textbook.   Textbook information below provides more detail.

 

*    BUS 100 F INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS

 

           CA BUSINESS 100F W/CONNECT PLUS*

                   Author:       Ferrell, Hirt, Ferrell

                   Publisher:  McGraw Hill

Edition:      Third

                   ISBN:         9780077701819

                  

*This textbook is a discounted custom edition of M: Business, 3e by Ferrell, et. al., ISBN 9780077924881.  The above custom version from the FC bookstore comes with an access card to an online learning center required for the Intro to Business classes.  An e-book edition with Connect is available from the publisher (more information in the course syllabus).  If you purchase or rent a new or used edition of the textbook from another book seller, either make sure the book comes with the Connect access card or be prepared to purchase Connect access separately.

 

  *  MKT 100 F INTRODUCTION TO MARKETING (On-campus and online classes)

 

                    CUSTOM MARKETING 100 W/CONNECT*

                   Authors:     Dhruv Grewal & Michael Levy

                   Publisher:  McGraw Hill

                   Edition:      Third

                   ISBN:         9780077839253

 

*This book is a discounted custom edition of M: Marketing, 3e by Grewal & Levy, ISBN 9780077632694.  The custom version from the FC bookstore comes with an access card to an online learning center required for all Introduction to Marketing classes at Fullerton College.  An e-book edition with Connect is available from the publisher (more information in the course syllabus).  If you purchase or rent a new or used edition of the textbook from another book seller, either make sure the book comes with the Connect access card or be prepared to purchase Connect access separately.      

 

*    MKT 103 F PRINCIPLES OF ADVERTISING

 

          M:  ADVERTISING W/CONNECT PLUS*

                   Authors:     Arens/Schaefer/Weigold

                   Publisher:  McGraw Hill

                   Edition:      First

                   ISBN:         9780077484217

 

*This book is a discounted custom edition of M: Advertising, by Arens, Schaefer, & Weigold, ISBN 9780078028915.  The custom version from the FC bookstore comes with an access card to an online learning center required for all Introduction to Marketing classes at Fullerton College.  An e-book edition with Connect is available from the publisher (more information in the course syllabus).  If you purchase or rent a new or used edition of the textbook from another book seller, either make sure the book comes with the Connect access card or be prepared to purchase Connect access separately.

 

 

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  ONLINE STUDENT INFORMATION

 

 

 

 

Both online courses officially begin the first week of the semester.   I will email all registered students on Sunday, January 26, with information regarding how to get started in the classes.  You will receive instructions about accessing the FC course management system and the course website.  The course orientation is virtual and available when you access the course website. 

 

IMPORTANT NOTE:  For my online classes, I do not use my campus email address.  Although my first email to you will be from my regular campus email, you will be instructed to use a different email address from that point on. 

 

GETTING STARTED IN MKT 100 F and MKT 103 F ONLINE CLASSES

 

*    Step 1:  Reread the course syllabus you will have received two weeks before the semester begins.  If I made any revisions to the copy you received, I will put that information in my January 26 email.

 

*    Step 2:  Read my January 26 email and the attached getting started instructions.

 

*    Step 3:  After completing Step 2, log in to the course website in Blackboard, the course management system used by Fullerton College.  Important:  You must log in by 8 pm, Sunday, February 2, or you will be dropped from the class.

 

*    Step 4:  Once at the course website, follow the instructions at the home page to access the orientation materials.  These materials include course introduction, course procedures, and course management system information. 

 

*    Step 5:  Purchase the textbook, e-book, and Connect no later than the end of the first week of class. 

 

*    Step 6:  On or after January 27, register for the course Connect website.  Registration instructions are in the course syllabus.  General information about Connect with screen shots is available at the course website. 

 

*    Step 7:  Complete Assignment 1 (due date is Sunday, February 2).  This assignment is a self-introduction to me and your classmates; therefore, you do not need a textbook to complete Assignment 1.

 

 

Remember – you must log in to the course website by

Sunday, February 2. 

 

Contact me immediately if you have not received an email from me by

Monday, January 27.