The future of marketing is undeniably digital. Today's rapidly advancing technologies are transforming the business landscape in a way that requires a shift in the marketing paradigm. Marketing budgets are increasingly shifting from traditional marketing and advertising to digital as mobile, social media and video spending continue to increase and change the face of the media market.
Concordia University Chicago's MBA specialization in digital marketing provides you with the strategic and analytical skills to guide organizations in a digital world that is overflowing with data on customers, products, and interactions. The four courses within this specialization are designed to help you understand digital marketing strategy and planning, mobile marketing and social media strategies as well as digital marketing analytics. Your organizations are demanding that you understand important and appropriate digital metrics and how to use them to analyze and improve digital marketing initiatives and marketing ROI. Graduates will successfully champion digital marketing campaigns while achieving their organization’s growth initiatives.
No App Fee, No GRE Required
INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS: In addition to the base program curriculum listed below, international students attending face-to-face classes on the CUC campus are required to take the Seminar in Higher Education, a 3-credit course.
- Digital Strategy and Planning
- Digital Marketing Analytics – social media measurement, search and website measurement.
- Social Media Marketing Communications
- Mobile Marketing
- Digital Content Marketing Manager
- Director of Digital Marketing Strategy
- Digital Brand manager
- Digital Marketing Consultant
- VP of Global Digital Marketing Programs
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Demand for MBA Graduates
According to the Graduate Management Admission Council® survey of 185 companies in 33 countries worldwide, 87-percent of employers plan to maintain (43%) or increase (43%) headcounts for new MBA hires. Forty-one respondents are affiliated with companies in the Fortune 500 and include 22 from Fortune 100 firms.
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