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Internet Marketing Degree Program & Courses

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Major Area Course Descriptions

COMM 107 - INTRODUCTION TO WEB PRESENTATION & PUBLISHING

This course is an introduction to the use of Open Source Content Management Systems (CMS) for creating Web sites. It will provide students with the basic knowledge required to design, build, and maintain an informational Web site.

EMKT 340 - INTERNET MARKETING

Common strategies for the marketing of goods and services via the Internet range from public relations and corporate communications to advertising and electronic commerce. Students investigate and evaluate various marketing and communication strategies and tactics for the World Wide Web. Emphasis is placed on critical evaluation skills as well as website planning, development, design, and other factors which contribute to a website's success.

EMKT 345 - SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING

In this course students will explore and utilize techniques for integrating social media marketing as an integral component of marketing campaigns, serving as listening and outreach tools for building brand awareness and promoting business. Through an investigation of tools which include internet forums, message boards, blogs, wikis, podcasts, picture sharing, video sharing, and social networking, students will have the opportunity to create and present a written plan for achieving business goals through the use of a social media marketing campaign.

EMKT 415 - SEARCH ENGINE MARKETING

In this course students will use search engine optimization to evaluate the processes that bring websites to the top. It will also show students how to choose the best keywords and phrases to target and how to monitor and maintain successful search engine rankings for those keywords.

EMKT 430 - WEB ANALYTICS

In this course, students will learn how to quantifiably measure and define client interaction through web analytics. Successful companies today are leveraging the power of web analytics to realize the full potential of their websites, and are able to develop and maintain client relationships that create measurable value to business. In this course students will be introduced to key concepts, tools, techniques, and practices of web analytics. Students will understand how web analytics can drive higher profits and improve the customer experience.

EMKT 450 - CYBER LAW

The emergence of global digital networks and digital technologies that have the ability to store, access, and deliver mass amounts of information brings with it an overwhelming number of legal issues that people working in that realm in the 21st century will need to understand. The course addresses important upcoming issues of law directed at the responsibility and enforcement in the information society in which we live. The course will explore specific problems in applying law to cyberspace in areas such as intellectual property, privacy, content control, and the bounds of jurisdiction.

EMKT 495 - INTEGRATED eMARKETING

This course serves as the capstone for the eMarketing academic area as well as a bridge to the professional practice of eMarketing. Three major components comprise the course: the analysis of a contemporary eMarketing case, evaluation of alternative eMarketing strategies and the preparation of a comprehensive eMarketing plan for a client.

GRPH 117 - GRAPHIC EDITING SOFTWARE

This course provides students with advanced instruction in graphic editing software. Projects will use tools, layers and filters to edit and create digital images for use in design. Note: Students without access to Franklin University's computer laboratories will be required to obtain software at the student's expense.

GRPH 210 - FUNDAMENTALS OF GRAPHIC DESIGN

In this course students will explore the fundamental principles and creative process of graphic design. An emphasis is placed on visual problem solving skills and the creative and aesthetic aspects of traditional graphic design. The course also explores the implications of traditional graphic design in a digital format. NOTE: This is a technology course, in a technology program, and it requires the purchase of software that may be used in subsequent courses as well as being suitable for commercial work beyond completion of degree studies. For specific software requirements, consult the course syllabus.

MKTG 332 - MARKETING RESEARCH

Students develop an understanding of the theories and techniques of planning, conducting, analyzing and presenting market studies. Students will study different methodologies with emphasis on primary research including questionnaire design.

The above list of courses only represents a portion of the courses required for a bachelor's degree. View the bachelor's degree full curriculum.

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