Strategic and creative? Get your bachelor's degree in Digital Marketing.
78%of companies employ 1-3 content specialists
$786.2 Billionglobal digital advertising and marketing value by 2026
13.9%projected annual growth rate in digital marketing by 2026.
$141,4902020 median salary for marketing managers
28K digital marketing jobs on Glassdoor.com as of August 2021
Degree Career Options:
- Omni-channel demand generation
- Growth marketer
- Internet marketing specialist
- Digital marketing manager
- Social Media specialist
- Digital strategist
- SEO manager
Graduates of Ensign College's digital marketing programs are trained to problem-solve and learn for themselves. So, when we hire them they get right to work and add value immediately. We love hiring from Ensign College.
Learn the technology, strategy, and tactics used to build effective digital marketing campaigns that can reach the masses.
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Co-Chair – Information Technology
M.S., Computer Information Systems, Security, Boston University, 2016; B.S., Computer Science, Systems Integration, Weber State University, 2007
Troy joined the IT faculty team in 2017, after working in various senior and management level positions in the IT industry. Troy brings a level of passion, engagement, and a unique perspective to help students realize success in their technology and lifelong learning endeavors.
M.B.A., Business Administration, Utah Valley University, 2012
B.S., Psychology, Brigham Young University, 2006
Benjamin has spent fifteen years working with organizations of all sizes in marketing strategy development. At Ensign College, he served as an adjunct, subject matter expert, and course creator until joining the faculty. He encourages students to look beyond the "what" in critical thinking and also consider the "why" and "how."