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Digital Marketing


Digital marketing is an evolving area that profoundly impacts business processes of almost every organization. What was once an afterthought is now the driver for brands' marketing strategies. Social media marketing, content marketing, mobile marketing, email marketing, search engine optimization (SEO), programmatic advertising, digital advertising, etc., are shaking up the tried-and-true traditional methods. Moreover, digital marketing is now involved in everything from product development and pricing to public relations and human resources.


The Bachelor of Business Administration in Digital Marketing program is designed to prepare
you to be responsible and effective business executives in a diverse and changing global
society. More specifically, you will learn to use digital marketing strategies and media to:
  • Develop new products.
  • Build value for existing brands.
  • Manage digital marketing channels.
  • Manage social media platforms.
  • Optimize paid and organic search.
  • Measure and analyze both digital and social media campaigns.
  • Leverage advertising and public relations in online contexts.
  • Practice ethical and responsible marketing strategies.

Complete the Bachelor of Business Administration in three years! Learn more about the three-year option.

For more information about the BBA curriculum, please review the business core requirements, as well as the concentration requirements and course descriptions, in the SXU Academic Catalog.

Graphic Design Minor

Just about every industry sector needs people with art and design minors for rewarding niche roles. People with art and design careers use their creative skills to communicate their client's message. The art and design sector can be quite competitive, with technical skills increasingly important for many art and design jobs.

Writing Minor

All business executives will have to write, whether it is a formal report, a memo, or even an e-mail correspondence. The writing minor provides necessary communication skills that business professionals will use on a daily basis.

Academic Plan

View a suggested four-year academic plan to complete your degree in four years!


Cougar Map

View suggestions for potential activities and career paths that can help you along your educational journey.


Contact the Office of Admission

  • 773-298-3050
  • Toll Free: 844-GOTO-SXU (844-468-6798)
  • Fax: 773-298-3076
  • M-T: 8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
    F: 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
    S: 9 a.m. - Noon


Meet the GSM Faculty

Featured Alumni


Joy Shields, Alumna, Class of 2016

Joy encourages current students to maintain a portfolio while they are students to help them showcase their skills when applying for jobs.