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Services Marketing (5 cr)

Code: HMAB1000-3011

General information


Enrollment

20.11.2023 - 04.01.2024

Timing

01.01.2024 - 31.07.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

5 op

Mode of delivery

Face-to-face

Unit

School of Business

Campus

Main Campus

Teaching languages

  • English

Seats

0 - 40

Degree programmes

  • Bachelor's Degree Programme in Service Business

Teachers

  • Janne-Valtteri Nisula

Groups

  • MPT23S1
    Palveluliiketoiminnan tutkinto-ohjelma (AMK)
  • ZJA24KM
    Avoin amk, marata
  • 09.01.2024 09:45 - 12:15, Services Marketing HMAB1000-3011
  • 16.01.2024 09:45 - 12:15, Services Marketing HMAB1000-3011
  • 23.01.2024 09:45 - 12:15, Services Marketing HMAB1000-3011
  • 30.01.2024 09:45 - 12:15, Services Marketing HMAB1000-3011
  • 06.02.2024 09:45 - 12:15, Services Marketing HMAB1000-3011
  • 13.02.2024 09:45 - 12:15, Services Marketing HMAB1000-3011
  • 20.02.2024 09:45 - 12:15, Services Marketing HMAB1000-3011
  • 05.03.2024 09:45 - 12:15, Services Marketing HMAB1000-3011
  • 12.03.2024 09:45 - 12:15, Services Marketing HMAB1000-3011
  • 19.03.2024 09:45 - 12:15, Services Marketing HMAB1000-3011
  • 26.03.2024 09:45 - 12:15, Services Marketing HMAB1000-3011
  • 02.04.2024 09:45 - 12:15, Services Marketing HMAB1000-3011
  • 09.04.2024 09:45 - 12:15, Services Marketing HMAB1000-3011
  • 23.04.2024 09:45 - 12:15, Services Marketing HMAB1000-3011
  • 07.05.2024 09:45 - 12:15, Services Marketing HMAB1000-3011

Objective

You will learn the principles of services marketing and how a successful service business works. You will learn how to build a holistic understanding of service business.You will learn the impact and importance of service design in marketing.

Content

The use of service quality thinking in analysing customer experience
Service marketing differenses from product marketing
Analysyses of markets and the basics of marketing research
Basics of consumer behaviour and decision-making
Marketing communication and advertising
Personal selling business to business context
User experience and digital marketing

Oppimateriaali ja suositeltava kirjallisuus

Wilson A., Zeithaml V., Bitner M. & Gremler D. 2016. Services Marketing: integrating customer focus across the firm (Third/Fourth European Edition). New York: McGraw-Hill Education
The e-book version can be read via Janet, there is a link for it, you need to log in with Haka (Jamk login data).
https://janet.finna.fi/Record/jamk.993662044506251

Teaching methods

Lectures, exercises, group work, exam

Exam schedules

Exam dates will be confirmed in the beginning of the course.

Vaihtoehtoiset suoritustavat

No alternative versions.

Student workload

Group work 60h, course work and studying 75h

Further information

Avoin AMK 1 (sis. max-määrään)
Vaihto-opiskelijat 10

Evaluation scale

0-5

Arviointikriteerit, tyydyttävä (1-2)

Adequate (1) - The student attempts to demonstrate his/her theoretical and conceptual knowledge. Command of the subject area remains unclear. The student fails to show a convincing ability to apply theory to real-life situations or communicate effectively. The planning and implementation of the group project including the scheduling have been only partly student-led. The group requires extensive supervision with many basic issues. The aims of the project have been partially achieved. Group communication in oral, written and digital format has clear weaknesses and the structure is not organised.

Satisfactory (2) - The student shows a degree of theoretical and conceptual knowledge of the subject area. Central concepts have been defined satisfactorily. The student has an obvious overall command and understanding of the subject area but fails to show a convincing ability to apply theory to real-life situations. The student has some weaknesses in communication skills. Within a team environment, the student contributes to the content and is a dependable team member. The planning and implementation of the group project including the scheduling have been student-led. The group requires close guidance with basic issues. The aims of the project are achieved rather well. Group communication in oral, written and digital format has some weaknesses. The structure is logical.

Arviointikriteerit, hyvä (3-4)

Good (3) - The student shows theoretical and conceptual knowledge of the subject area at a relatively clear level. Central concepts have been defined fairly well. The student displays a competent command of the subject area. The student shows adequate but general ability to apply theory to real-life situations. The student can communicate effectively. Within a team environment, the student contributes to the content adequately and participates actively in group meetings. The group delivers the project fairly independently under supervision. The aims of the project are achieved and the results have some significance. Group communication in oral, written and digital format is comprehensible and the structure is descriptive.

Very good (4) - The student shows great theoretical and conceptual knowledge of subject area. Central concepts have been defined very well and the student displays a very good command and understanding of the subject area. The student demonstrates a competent ability to apply theory to real-life situations and the ideas are worth implementing. The student shows superior communications skills. Within a team environment, the student contributes to the content, providing relevant sources of information, and is supportive of others and allows them to participate. The group delivers the project independently under supervision. The aims of the project are achieved well and the results are fairly significant. Group communication in oral, written and digital format is fluent, almost error free and precise.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

The student shows exceptional and detailed theoretical and conceptual knowledge of the subject area. The student demonstrates an advanced ability to apply theory to real-life situations and expresses ideas that have significant value for implementation. The student shows superior communications skills with critical argumentation.
Within a team environment, the student contributes to the content extensively, providing new and relevant sources of information and is supportive of others and shows leadership skills. The group delivers the project independently under supervision. The aims of the project are achieved very well and the results are significant. Group communication in oral, written and digital format is fluent, impressive, error free and precise.