Course Information Page

Instructor Contact Information
  MARK100 - Principles Of Marketing
  Mode of Delivery:  Fully Online
  (Fully Online = All class meetings are conducted online with no on-campus instruction or exams)

Nancy Fredericks
Assistant Professor
San Diego City College
1313 Park Boulevard, BT 314A
San Diego, CA 92101

Textbook and Course Material Requirements

A textbook is required for MARK 100.  Please purchase the edition listed in the colleges online bookstore.  Older editions are not longer valid. 


City College does an excellent job of listing the required textbook/materials right in the Class Schedule, with the class information.  Go to the college homepage>Class Schedule, find this class and click on BOOKS.  That information is available several weeks before a class begins. 

See District Online Schedule for official list of required and optional textbooks and materials for this class.
Purchase Textbooks Online at the SDCCD Online Bookstore

Hardware and Software Requirements

Hardware and Software:
To successfully complete this online course, you will be required to meet the minimum hardware and software requirements. View Hardware and Software Requirements.

Internet Browser:
You must use a supported Internet browser in order to successfully work in Blackboard, the online course management system for this course. To see a list of supported Internet browsers, click here.

Course Description

The course description is available you in the Class Schedule.  Choose the spring semester, City College, marketing to find the course and the information tabs called DETAILS and BOOKS.  That's where you will find the course description, the college's important dates for adds/drops/withdrawls, number of units, number of waitlist seats, book information and more. 

Application and Registration Information


  1. Complete Online Application (for new SDCCD students). Go to Student Web Services
  2. Receive registration appointment and instructions by email or mail.
  3. Register online at the Reg-e, our online registration system.
  4. Make sure that you pay your tuition so that you don't lose your registration!   Fees and Tuition Information.
  5. Order textbooks online. Visit our online bookstore.
  6. After completion of registration on Reg-e, and several days prior to the start of the semester, you will receive an email with course login instructions. If you don't receive an email please go to and login on the first day of class as follows:

    Type your Blackboard Username = 7-digit College Student Identification (CSID) number
    Type your Password =  mmddyyyy (your birthdate with no hyphens, slashes, or spaces)

    For example:  1010101 (CSID number used at registration)
                           06231980 (password for the birthdate June 23, 1980 )
  7. If this course is closed, please login to Reg-e to be placed on a waitlist. If the waitlist is full, you will not be able to add your name to the waitlist.

You will not be able to login to your online course until the first day of the semester!!!
You must login to your online course on the first day of the session to avoid your enrollment being dropped.
Follow the login instructions at

Additional Information

MARK 100 is offered most semesters in many different formats.  Carefully check the current class schedule to start and end dates and number of weeks.  


In spring 2017, one course is conducted online over 16-weeks, a second course is online over 5-weeks.  Both are 3-unit courses.  If you are choosing the 5-week course, please realize this is an accelerated course.  Fifteen weeks of material is being covered in 5 weeks.  Successful students will plan to spend approximately 10 hours each week on that 5-week course. The sixteen week course, moves at a slower pace, suitable for students with many courses, working fulltime, or more limited amounts of time for their education.  

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