BACHELOR OF ARTS IN PUBLIC RELATIONSGraduation: May 2018GPA: 3.77/4.0
This course is designed to overview the functions, practices and growing applications of public relations in both the private industry and the public sector.
This is a course designed to enhance public relations students with an understanding of both effective and ineffective methods of PR through studying actual cases from the field itself.
This course works on identifying, characterizing and evaluating stakeholder groups and alternative channels of communication. Formal research procedures include sampling, instrument design, data processing, analysis and reporting.
This course introduces the basic principles of various communication forms, the dominant communication theories and communication industries.
This course introduces students to the key PR elements in a nonprofit setting such as crisis communication, the role of key stakeholders, branding for nonprofits, advocacy, internal communication and strategic planning.
This course introduces students to functions, institutions and basic problems in the marketing of goods and services in a global economy.
This is a course designed to teach students the techniques and processes of digital photography for newspaper, magazine and web-based industries.
This course teaches the various tasks of news reporting, emphasizing such issues as gathering information and preparing articles under deadline pressure, beat reporting, understanding legal and ethical issues and applying reporting principles to a variety of assignments.
This course is designed to teach students the principles of style and design through the use of various content management systems, HTML/CSS and creative software.
This course is an intensive writing class designed to prepare public relations students for communicating messages to key audiences through a variety of media and tools.