DAVE NYDEGGER

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  • BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Instructor
  • BUS 135, Personal Selling
  • BUS 138, Advertising & Promotion
  • BS, US Naval Academy
  • MBA, Inter-American University
  • VOICEMAIL: 760.757.2121 x1395
  • EMAIL: dnydegger@miracosta.edu
Dave Nydegger
 
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Dave Nydegger graduated from the United States Naval Academy with a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering. From there, he went on to earn a Masters in Business Administration from Inter-American University. David has been an Adjunct facility member of MiraCosta College since 1978. He currently teaches BUS 135, Personal Selling, on Tuesday evenings during the Fall semester, and BUS 138, Advertising & Promotion, on Tuesday evenings during  the Spring semester. 

Dave has resided in Oceanside for nearly his entire life, and is currently serving as the Chief Executive Officer of the Oceanside Chamber of Commerce.

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BUS 135 Fall2010

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Teaching Philosophy/Style and Class Management/Activities

As an adjunct instructor of two courses, Advertising & Promotion and Personal Selling, I feel that "real world, hands on" experiences are excellent ways for students to learn new material in an interesting and enjoyable manner.  With over 30 year’s business experience in Advertising, News Paper Publishing, Marketing, Sales, and Sales Management, I like to bring real life case studies and experiences to the classroom. 

Students will learn presentation and sales, skills and techniques that they will be able to use in both their professional and personal lives. Students will learn to speak and think on their feet while developing marketing materials that could be used in their own business some day.

Although my regular employment does not provide me with the opportunity to be on campus as much as I would like, I welcome questions and discussion on business and course related matters thru phone or email.  However I expect students to assume full responsibility for assigned material, their learning and their grade.