Integrated Media and Social Networks, Adv. Crt.

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May 21, 2018

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Develop the skills you need to set yourself apart in the rapidly changing media and marketing industry. Our program, the only certificate of its kind in Central New York, features an interdisciplinary curriculum that combines cutting-edge knowledge with practical application and real world experience.

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What you will study: 

Our 15-credit program will provide you with foundational knowledge in integrated media and social networking technologies in order to craft complex cross-media campaigns and messaging. Gain experience in the high demand fields of 3D Design and Printing, Web and Interactive Media, Digital Broadcast Journalism, Online and Social Media Marketing.

  • CMA 600 - Integrated Media and Design, credit: 3
  • CMA 601 - Special Projects in Integrated Media and Design, credit: 3
  • BRC 520 - Technology and Culture, credit: 3
  • ART 509 - Graduate Multimedia, credit: 3

Read full curriculum in the 2017-2018 Graduate Catalog.

Students are doing everything from redesigning websites to creating a social media strategy. They are working with clients who do not have this help or the experience in the field.
Dr. Ulises Mejias, Associate Professor

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Learning outcomes: 

Our program will help graduates become more marketable in their career. By bringing together professionals of various disciplines this collaboration ensures your learning environment will mirror your future working environment.

Digital Marketer

Social Media Strategist

Digital Strategy Consultant

Web Content Developer

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Admission Requirements: 
Official transcript
Submit an official transcript showing confirmation of a bachelor's or master’s degree/advanced certificate. This includes any transcripts showing graduate-level coursework or post-baccalaureate degrees/certificates. Official transcripts must be sent directly from granting institution (electronic or mail). If you are a SUNY Oswego alum, your transcript will be automatically requested after entering your student ID and identifying SUNY Oswego as your school on the application.
Purpose statement
Indicate your purpose for applying to SUNY Oswego for graduate education. What inspired you to apply? How will this impact your life? Identify any particular interests within the program area, discuss your future career goals, and provide any additional information which may be of help in evaluating your application.
Include a professional resume or CV that includes your academic history, professional background and any accomplishments of note. This document should provide details that support your admittance to the program.
Two letters of recommendation
Indicate two names with valid email addresses. An email request will be sent directly to the references on your behalf. These references should be able to speak to your character, work ethic and abilities.
Application fee
Prospective students are charged a non-refundable $65 fee for processing the application.

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