This interdisciplinary certificate focuses on the use and impact of digital media in marketing communications. Students will gain competencies in information technologies, social media, and organizational cultures.
Its collaborative approach will grant students the flexibility to study the utilization and impact of media, particularly digital media, through the degree program’s courses. Students will gain a competitive advantage by being trained to promote more effective practice of the social, cultural, and economic dynamics of digital media marketing.
Who is this program recommended for?
This certificate is suited for students and professionals interested in the aesthetic and societal aspects of technology, and who intend to learn/expand their careers in communication media, corporate and other public relations, visual arts, publishing, social media and public policy.
Career options may include data analysis manager, social media manager, digital marketing manager, and content strategy manager.
What will I learn?
- Introduction to the use of the Internet and electronic commerce in the development of marketing strategy.
- The development of Internet-based marketing.
- An overview of social networks by introducing them to the unique terminology of social networks.
- Positive and negative characteristics of social networks will be discussed, followed by visualizations and analyses of those characteristics.
- Introduction to data analysis, probability and statistics from an information systems perspective, including many of the techniques that are most relevant to the profession of Data Scientist for business, data and web analytics, as well as current data sets.
- The rudiments of probability and random variables, estimation, special distribution and sampling, Markov processes, hypothesis testing, graphics and visualization.
Why study Digital Marketing Essentials at NJIT?
The NJIT DMCM student will gain a competitive advantage by being trained to promote more effective practice of the social, cultural, and economic dynamics of digital media. This forecast is supported by rapidly increasing activity within the investment community into DMCM industries, and aggressive strategic redirection within telecommunications, media and advertising companies to exploit the new delivery channels, analytics, and client behaviors (consumer and industrial) afforded by the deployment of the underlying technology. Importantly, NJIT is located at the epicenter of this activity.
NJIT standard admission requirements apply to this graduate certificate. Applicants may require a corequisite: PTC 601, an undergraduate course in probability and statistics, and undergraduate-level programming, per academic advisement.
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