Marketing students generally specialize in either consumer behavior or quantitative modeling. The consumer behavior area joins social psychology with decision-making, and addresses how consumer decisions are affected by factors such as uncertainty, motivation, choice complexity and consumer identity characteristics. The quantitative modeling area focuses on empirical and analytical techniques grounded in economics and statistics, and studies topics such as consumer choice, pricing and promotion, competitive strategy, digital marketing and the design of large-scale field experiments
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