Public Relations

Students study the role, process, strategy, tactics, and application of public relations in the corporate, governmental, political, non-profit, sports, entertainment, and travel fields. Topics include the history of public relations, ethics, careers in public relations, public opinion, persuasion, conflict management, and legal issues. Students learn how to research, plan, communicate, and evaluate a public-relations campaign. Students create news releases, media alerts, media kits, pitch letters, audio news releases, video news releases, speeches, and other public-relations tactics. Offered: Spring.

Upon completion, students will be able to:

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Credit hours: 3.0

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Last updated: 08/03/2022