According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, careers for Social Media & Digital Marketing Professionals are expected to grow by 5% to 10% through the year 2030, and add over 141,900 industry job openings in the United States.1
As a graduate of Bryan University, you’ll have the knowledge and skills to be job-ready for career opportunities1 such as:
You’ll lead a rewarding career in employment settings such as:
In today’s business environment, college graduates must be equipped with the right technology expertise, problem solving skills, and leadership acumen. As a Bryan University marketing student, you’ll become job-ready by learning from faculty who have real-world experience and by building a solid foundation of skills in business, such as:
As a Bryan University student, you’ll have the opportunity to earn certifications that are included in your program at no extra charge and will help build your resume and establish your credibility in the marketplace, including:
At Bryan University, we’ve built a more innovative, interactive learning environment that is personalized to your needs. You’ll receive:
Bryan University offers undergraduate accredited certificate programs, which allows you to earn credit towards an associate degree. You may also consider upgrading to a bachelor’s degree program. This means you can graduate with a degree and an undergraduate certificate, in addition to any third-party certifications you’ve earned.
Also, if you have prior college credit, or you have already completed a certificate or an associate degree at another institution, we will accept as many credits as possible (and potentially your entire associate degree) to help accelerate your Bryan program.
1Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2021-22 Edition. Also see https://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/15-1199.10 and https://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/13-1199.06. Sites visited on 1/15/2022. Also, job market conditions are dynamic and can change. This data is not intended to predict the market conditions that will be present when you graduate from your program and may differ based on your geographic location and other factors. Example occupations shown herein do not imply a guarantee of employment. Students are responsible for conducting occupational research for their chosen program. Employers have unique hiring practices and job-specific requirements, which may include years of experience for manager positions. Graduates with little to no prior experience should expect an entry-level position.