The knowledge of the principles of merchandising as applied in manufacturing and retailing business organization and understanding of the retail buyer’s role in merchandise management including merchandise planning, negotiating, buying, pricing, assorting, and timing. Prereq: Junior or senior standing or permission of instructor; RETL 366 and 368
The Department of RETL faculty reviewed all undergraduate curricula on January 6, 2017 and found that (1) the course description for RETL 462 was incorrect and needed to be changed to better reflect the course outcomes and (2) the grading system needed to be changed to "Standard (Letter Grades Only)".
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