The Public Relations specialization is designed for those public relations professionals to enhance their professional credentials or those who wish to enter this fast-growing and dynamic profession. We explore the competencies needed to be an effective public relations practitioner in this dynamic, complex and social-driven environment. We offer you both the emerging theories of the practice of public relations as well as the skills you need to have to compete successfully in this profession. Many of our courses are taught by highly experienced senior public relations practitioners.
Specialization Core Requirements (9 credits)
Electives (15 Credits)
These courses are recommended for this specialization.
Cross-listed Ph.D./MCM Courses (as offered by semester)
Special Topics Courses (as offered by semester):
“I would love to pursue a career in lifestyle public relations and I know it will be more than just a job for me. SC&I is the reason for my interest in this field and I know it will be the reason I achieve my goals. Every professor I have come in contact with has tried to help me in one way or another and this has continued at the graduate level.”