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San Francisco State University
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Merilee McDougal

Professor in the Marketing department

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I took MKTG 436 with Professor McDougal. She is super nice. Her class is very engaging. There's a lot of group activities, which makes the class not boring. This class is very useful in my opinion (If you want to prepare for job market out there). I saw that she is teaching Bus 690 and Mktg 649. …more Hopefully those hard classes will be enjoyable too! less

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Quiz and assignments almost every week; reading from the chapter and cases as well- quizzes on them. Get ready to delegate some time to reading. One individual research presentation, and a group project- Make sure you size up your members.
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