Public relations practitioners work on developing beneficial relationships with clients, media, government, consumers and other stakeholders.
This program provides students with professional skills and knowledge, including in professional writing techniques, crisis and issues management, media and stakeholder relations, campaign planning, strategy and research, with an emphasis on problem-solving, creativity, and project and relationship management.
Why a HELP Bachelor of Communication (Hons) Degree?
- A three-year honours programme that emphasises the practical applications in contemporary communication settings
- Our courses are designed to give you a balanced portfolio of communication theory, research and practice in your chosen area of specialisation, giving you an edge over your competitors
- Practical training through internship
Applicants must have one of the following Entry requirements:
- HELP Foundation in Arts / Foundation in Science
- STPM At least 2 C’s
- A-Level At least 2 passes
- Senior Middle 3 (UEC) At Least 5 B’s (including English)
- CPU 5 passes with a minimum average of 50%
- SAM/TEE Examination At least 5 passes with a university aggregate of 50%
- International Baccalaureate At least 24 points
- Matriculation/Foundation At least CGPA of 2.00
- Diploma At least CPA 2.00
- SPM/O-Level At least 3 credits (including a pass in SPM English, Bahasa Malaysia and Sejarah)
- Equivalent qualification
International Student Only
International students who do not have the minimum English language entry requirement can be accepted into the programme. However, they are first to enroll in the university Intensive English Programme (IEP) and sit for the IELTS or other similar tests. Upon passing the test with 5.0 score or equivalent, students can formally enroll in the faculty programme.
January 10, May 16, August 22
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