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Public Relations

Requirements for the Major

Public Relations and Supporting Courses:

PR 101 Principles, Practices and Theory of Public Relations
PR 202 Advertising and Public Relations: Approaches and Methods
PR 203 Public Relations Research for Planning and Evaluation
PR 401 Public Relations Writing
PR 402 Public Relations and the Media
PR 501 Experiential Studies
PR 590-594 Internship
PR 601 Public Relations Capstone
WRI 201 Journalism I

And one elective course:

Any PR 301-399 Selected Topics in Public Relations
WRI 202 Journalism II

 

What can you do with a Public Relations degree?

Imagine yourself a public relations coordinator, social media manager, publicist, copywriter, media relations specialist, sports information director, strategic planner, public affairs officer, director of corporate communications, community relations coordinator, development associate, or event planner.