From social media to mobile advertising, the marketing landscape is evolving at a lightning pace. Our online marketing degree program can prepare you to be at the forefront of this dynamic field, introducing you to both the fundamentals of the discipline and the innovations and strategies that are redefining the way brands reach, engage, and influence consumers.
Featuring coursework grounded in established theory and current best practices, this online master’s degree in marketing allows you to:
Whether you have a background in traditional marketing and are looking to bring your skills into the digital age or you are a specialist seeking a broader understanding of the discipline, this master’s degree in marketing program can help you become a well-rounded marketing expert with the knowledge to impact your organization’s bottom line.
This MS in Marketing program includes specific content to prepare you to take the Google AdWords and Google Analytics Individual Qualification (IQ) certification exams.
The MS in Marketing program includes an embedded Graduate Certificate in Digital Marketing, which you are eligible for after completing the following courses: MRKT 6110, MRKT 6120, and MRKT 6130.
Graduates of the MS in Marketing program will be able to:
When you complete your MS in Marketing program, you may be able to receive credit for four courses when enrolling in the Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) program and for two courses when enrolling in the PhD in Management program, which can save you time and money.
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The knowledge I gained at Walden has made me the core strategist of my organization.
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