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Social Media

  • Focuses on Social Media for Marketing
  • Explores Audiences and Usage
  • Develops Analytical Skills

Everybody uses social media, but what are the best methods for employing it to truly have an impact on the positioning of your company? These courses provide an overview of social media marketing, including its role in campaigns, strategy, and branding. Learn core marketing analytics principles and tools as they relate to social media in an integrated marketing mix.

This Summer, study from anywhere in the world in the safety and comfort of your home through online or remote instruction.

Social Media Community Management

Gain insight into how community management works, how it differs from social media participation, and how to maintain a strong social media presence.

2020 Summer
1 section

Social Media Content Creation

Learn how to translate a strategic vision into social media content, using media, design, story, and platform-specific best practices.

2020 Summer
1 section

Social Media Intensive

Examine how brands, audiences, and professionals utilize social media to engage with the world around them.

2020 Summer
1 section

Social Media Marketing Analytics

Gain an understanding of the key principles of marketing analytics as applied to social media.

2020 Summer
1 section

Analyzing the Digital Consumer

Stay ahead of the competition by learning how to research and grow market share through social and digital media.

2020 Summer
1 section

Amplifying the Brand Promise

Learn how to incorporate social media tactics as part of a broad-based integrated marketing strategy and break out of the advertising sea of noise.

2020 Summer
1 section

Digital Storytelling, Innovation, and Fundraising

Examine how online and mobile technologies are changing the ways that donors give money and that organizations raise it.

2020 Summer
2 sections