Public Relations

Studying Public Relations

Public relations is the art of providing information about a particular person or organization so that people will regard that person or organization in a favorable way. Public relations professionals build, through effective communication, a positive image for their client.

Learning Outcomes

Students who complete the program will be able to:
- Communicate in a clear and persuasive manner.
- Do strategic planning for public relations.
- Write news releases.
- Plan and organize events.
- Produce content for the social media.
- Offer media training.
- Respond to the media in the event of a crisis.

Career Opportunities

Public Relations graduates work as public relations specialists, press officers, event organizers, social media specialists, copywriters, marketing analysts, digital marketing managers, They can also start their own PR consultancy.

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Credits

To Graduate

Core Requirements: 40 Credits
Major Requirements: 24 Credits
General Education Requirements (GER): 26 Credits
Electives: 6 Credits
Language Requirement: 3 Credits
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