Do you enjoy social media and want to turn it from a hobby into a career? The Social Media Strategist Certificate of Achievement is intended to prepare students for careers in which they will use social media to promote products, individuals and organizations. The courses within the certificate emphasize the skills and tools necessary to analyze, create, implement and evaluate social media. Upon completion, you will be able to function effectively in an entry-level social media strategist position using the skills, principles and tools acquired. Read on to learn more.

A sampling of courses for these careers

  • Social Media Strategies
  • Writing for Social Media
  • Public Relations
  • Introduction to Marketing
  • Business Multimedia & Graphics
  • Social Media Strategist Internship


Did you know?

Social media commerce in the United States was estimated to be $22 billion
in 2019, with projections to reach $84.2 billion in 2024.

Program Details

Complete our certificate program, and you'll be well-prepared to enter a career as a Social Media Strategist.

View program detail in course catalog.

Social Media Strategist

Prepare for an entry-level position in which you will use social media to promote products, individuals, and organizations. Gain a working knowledge in the ability to analyze, create, implement and evaluate social media. 

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