Embrace the future of media
Social media is arguably one of the most important forms of media to emerge in the last 50 years. And, while most people write it off as something only teenagers play with, in the right hands social media is powerful.
A minor in social media will help you learn how to transform social media channels into:
- A very effective marketing tool
- One of the best ways to report live events as they happen
- A powerful way to network
At SFA, we investigate the role this exciting new form of media plays in society and how it can be used to change the world.
Tweet it, like it, pin it, work it
Social media may be new, but it’s turned into a powerful industry and a viable career path. Companies have Twitter feeds, and customers can interact with brands on social networking sites like Facebook and Pinterest. And that’s just the beginning. By studying social media, you’ll be prepared for a career in an exciting field that is still evolving.
Visit our career page to discover all the exciting job opportunities that await you today.
A real-world education
At SFA, we believe you learn best with exposure to the real world. Our professors bring their real-world experience into the classroom. Our small class sizes help you maximize your interaction with your professors. Our internship program helps you gain the hands-on experience you need.
Undergraduate programs and requirements
Concentration in social media
Students may pursue a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science in mass communication with a concentration in social media. See the Undergraduate Bulletin for additional details, guidelines and requirements.
Minor in social media
A minor in social media from SFA prepares students for life in the 21st century using this dynamic new form of media. Students wishing to pursue a minor in social media will complete coursework covering social media strategies and content production, and may include topics over future technology for social media.
See the Undergraduate Bulletin for additional details, guidelines and requirements.