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Graduate Digital Marketing Certificate

It’s Your Time. Push The Boundaries.

If you’re ready to prepare for a successful business career, you are ready to join the ranks of our smart, intelligent, ambitious Feliciano students. We transform potential into polish and learning into leadership skills to set you apart in the marketplace for jobs and other opportunities.

Digital Marketing Certificate

Digital technology has transformed how consumers communicate, acquire information, and interact with organizations. Managers in agile companies recognize that customer-facing digital touchpoints are critical to engaging, converting, and retaining their customers. Employees skilled in digital marketing are crucial to constantly improving their relationships with stakeholders, customers, employees, and channel partners. With the Graduate Digital Marketing Certificate (Online), you will develop effective digital marketing skills by exposure to current practice and research in digital marketing strategy, data privacy, influencer marketing, programmatic advertising, technology, analytics, and business cases. Students will acquire globally-recognized professional certifications from Facebook, Google, Hootsuite, and others. In addition to real-world digital marketing strategies, students also gain practical experience building mobile, social, AI, and web-based strategies for organizations.

You may begin the certificate in October or May.

Digital Marketing Career

A professional in digital marketing is responsible for promoting a company’s products and services online. With the rise of fast internet and internet usage, the digital age has undergone an enormous shift. Digital marketers can become a brand manager, digital marketing manager, email marketing specialist, content developer, digital analytics specialist, search engine optimization specialist, social media manager, and mobile marketing specialist.

Digital Marketing Coordinator

Dr. Patrali Chatterjee

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