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Time to Complete:18 weeks,
Live Online Classes:9 hours
The digital marketing world changes constantly. With University of Minnesota Digital Marketing Boot Camp, you’ll become fluent in both the foundational practices and the latest platforms as you prepare to excel in this fast-paced field and stay ahead of the trends.
Demand for skilled digital marketers has dramatically increased. Despite the pandemic, LinkedIn reported a 63% growth in marketing jobs in the first half of 2021, with 5 of the top 10 marketing job posts in the digital or media space.¹
Take your job-readiness to the next level. Gain valuable professional experience with a paid micro-internship while still enrolled in the boot camp program. These short-term, paid client assignments are made possible through our exclusive partnership with Parker Dewey, a platform pioneer in providing equitable access to micro-internships.
Take advantage of exclusive micro-internships and:
We’re committed to equipping you with the skills you need to make an impact, while also providing you with unparalleled support and resources before, during, and after your boot camp.
In 18 weeks, University of Minnesota Digital Marketing Boot Camp will prepare you with the comprehensive digital marketing skills you need to create and execute successful real-world marketing tactics, including search engine optimization (SEO), paid and organic social media, marketing analytics, audience building, and display and pay-per-click advertising.
The hands-on curriculum is delivered through live, online classes and high-quality coursework. Our instructors are fully vetted by the university and offer 1-on-1 virtual guidance to learners throughout the program.
|Time to complete||18 weeks|
|Live classes||9 hrs/week|
|Homework & projects||20+ hrs/week|
|Class time||3 weekday evenings|
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“I wanted a change in career and I have found a new job. I am very happy. My Career Coach was a huge help, and I would recommend this program specifically for the career coaching aspect.” – Griffin C.
“I would not be on the career path I am now had I not taken the course (…) The project-oriented nature of the class resulted in valuable deliverables which made my resume all the more competitive.” – Emily R.
University of Minnesota Boot Camps prepare students for the fields of web development, data analytics, cybersecurity, UX/UI, fintech, or digital marketing through a hands-on, virtual classroom environment. We empower talented instructors to teach the most in-demand skills and a dedicated support team to provide students with extensive assistance along the way.
The University of Minnesota College of Continuing and Professional Studies (CCAPS) provides innovative, accessible professional development programs that help to foster career growth, as well as personal enrichment programs that enable opportunities for lifelong learning.
CCAPS’ mission to enable opportunities for lifelong learning continues with University of Minnesota’s Boot Camps’ web development, data analytics, cybersecurity, UX/UI, fintech, and digital marketing programs.
This program is offered through the University of Minnesota, College of Continuing and Professional Studies in partnership with edX.
edX, part of 2U Inc., works with respected universities and organizations to deliver innovative, skills-based training to a community of over 45 million learners around the world to support them at every stage of their lives and careers. edX delivers boot camps through an immersive learning experience with expert services and valuable resources. As of 2021, graduates have been hired by 6,700+ companies, including more than 62% of the Fortune 100.