Online Associate of Arts in Social Media Marketing
The online associate in social media marketing program’s comprehensive curriculum is designed to help you develop foundational knowledge in social media, marketing and analytics. Listed below are some of the courses offered to students:
- Principles of Marketing
- Social Media Marketing: Foundations & Strategy
- Social Media Marketing: Twitter
All students enrolled in the associate degree in social media marketing online program at Point University pay the same tuition rate, regardless of the state the student resides in. Already one of the most affordable choices among private colleges, Point University offers online students almost 40% off regular on-campus tuition.
Rate: $410 per credit hour*
To view a complete breakdown of tuition and fees, visit our Tuition & Fees: Online Students page.
*Tuition rate effective through summer semester 2023.
- Multimedia Communications
- Social Media Marketing
- Marketing and Advertising
- Campaign Management
The first step to apply for admission is to complete the free application. After you complete your application, an enrollment specialist will work with you to complete your file. Your application file for this program requires:
- Transcripts from all previously attended schools*
- Minimum 2.0 GPA**
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*If you have less than 12 transferable college credits when you apply, your official high school transcript or GED certificate is required.
**Applicants who do not meet the GPA requirement may qualify for “Probationary Admission.”
I'm entering my third year in the online program at Point University and am impressed. They have really created a model that works and challenges.
- Terri LaGrange, online student
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Point University offers the social media marketing program in a fully-online format. Online students engage in asynchronous learning through a course website that facilitates interaction with their instructor and classmates.