Social media connects billions of people around the globe and plays a vital role in business, more than ever before. From e-commerce and interactive web sites, to influencer marketing and immersive content, social media has forever changed the way we market and promote businesses, products, and services and opened the door to a world of exciting career opportunities for creative, tech-savvy professionals.
Complement your major area of study with a minor in social media and discover the fundamental principles of content development for platforms like Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, and so many more. Learn how to develop digital marketing campaigns and become proficient in web design and computer coding. Ignite your future with next-level skills that will put you on the leading edge of tomorrow’s technology.
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- Undergraduate minor
- Communication Arts
- Creative Writing
- Graphic Design
- Visual Art
- Sport Management
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Trace the lifecycle of social media marketing and communications, from strategy through execution and data analytics. Learn how to maximize the power of your messages on the most widely-used platforms by creating your own content and social media campaigns.
Does technology change society or does society change technology? From business and marketing to education and learning, relationships and dating, and virtually every aspect of our lives—technology has had a powerful and irreversible impact. This course explores whether new media expand our knowledge base or cause information overload.
Learn the technical, theoretical, and design skills to create fully functional websites. Plan and design your own web pages and plan efficient web site navigation. This course includes coverage of XHTML, CSS, Flash, and Adobe Dreamweaver.
A minor in social media prepares students to work in marketing, public relations, digital media, and journalism. These are some of the careers our students pursue:
- Brand Manager
- Content Curator
- Data Analyst
- Digital Media Coordinator
- Creative Director
- Social Media Producer
- Digital Media Designer