"Many of the positions available in [the marketing] industry allow professionals the opportunity to work from home, the coffee shop, or anywhere that has an internet connection." - James Davis, Digital Marketing and Media Program Chair
Edina, Minnesota (PRWEB) September 18, 2014
Minneapolis Media Institute announces the launch of their online Digital Marketing and Media Associate Degree Program offered starting Spring 2015.
Students in the program learn how to help companies make ad-buying decisions based upon the consumer's online behavior and purchasing histories, how to determine trends in the market by incorporating the target demographic's social preferences, and how to successfully steer and navigate online marketing campaigns and initiatives.
Says Program Chair, James Davis, about the decision to offer the Digital Marketing and Media Associate Degree as an online program, "Virtual communication is becoming the new norm. By offering the program online, we're granting the student schedule flexibility and helping them learn how to manage their workload, as many of the positions available in this industry allow professionals the opportunity to work from home, the coffee shop, or anywhere that has an internet connection."
For more information on the Digital Marketing and Media program offered at Minneapolis Media Institute, visit: http://www.mediainstitute.edu/digital-marketing-school
Established in 2009, Minneapolis Media Institute (MMI) specializes in media career training through hands-on work utilizing current equipment and technology. MMI offers Associate Degrees in Graphic & Web Design, Animation & Game Design, Audio & Recording Arts, Digital Marketing & Media; a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business in Media, and a Mobile Application Development Certificate. The curriculum and facilities are continually upgraded to coincide with developments made in media technologies and communications. Minneapolis Media Institute is accredited nationally by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges.
For more information about Minneapolis Media please visit: http://www.mediainstitute.edu.