Join our Live Webinar for our MSc Digital Marketing on the 22nd June at 4pm
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Why do our Msc Digital Marketing
You will undertake six core modules in a range of digital marketing related topics in addition to an applied research project or dissertation in 12 months. Part-time students (DC517) will take three modules in Year 1, Wednesdays 1400 – 1800 and Thursdays 1600-1800. In Year 2, part-time students complete a further three modules and an applied research project or dissertation.
Digital Marketing Mechanics and Authorship provides students with the technical knowledge and skills to author and communicate brand messaging using common and emerging digital marketing technologies. Delivered by experienced practitioners, the Digital Marketing & eBusiness Management module enables students to deliver and manage tactical digital marketing and e-commerce campaigns and projects. Students develop creative digital advertising campaigns and learn how to manage digital advertising operations in the Digital Advertising & Communications module.
Strategic Thinking & Data Analytics equips students with the knowledge of a variety of data visualisation techniques and statistical techniques to make sense of the emergence and exponential growth of big data. Building upon this, the purpose of the Marketing Strategies & Metrics module is to motivate students’ appreciation of current needs for marketing metrics and to develop a comprehensive understanding of strategy-based performance measurement frameworks.
Finally, students are introduced the tools and techniques for constructing, optimising and maintaining websites as part of the Applied Web Design & Development module, addressing web usability, design guidelines and user experience.
Both the Dissertation and Practicum affords students opportunity to exercise their creative, questioning, analytic, and writing skills in a focused and practical manner. Whereas the dissertation is a critical evaluation of a research question primarily from an academic perspective, the practicum is intended to expose the student to an analysis of a real-world problem. While their focus is different (primarily academic or applied) they must each contain a substantial piece of primary research and students are expected to put into practice the theoretical materials covered in earlier modules.
*This programme will run subject to sufficient numbers of students enrolled