A bachelor’s degree is a post-secondary degree awarded after completed 120 credits. It usually takes eight semesters to complete a Bachelor’s degree. While completing an undergraduate course, candidates have to study general courses and chose a major specific subject. A Bachelor’s degree can also be called a baccalaureate in certain countries.
The field of public relations encompasses the ways in which individuals, companies and organizations communicate and interact with both the media and the public. Students of this field learn to communicate to target audiences to ensure a positive company image is maintained.
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UCM's Public Relations program prepares you for the professional world of image development, strategic planning, issues management, promotional communication, media relations and development. [+]
Develop the artistic and technical skills you need to enjoy a career in advertising as an art director, copywriter, or creative strategist. Work independently and collaboratively to create a dynamic portfolio. [+]
The Department of Mass Communications offers courses leading to the Bachelor of Arts degree in Mass Communications with concentrations in Public Relations, Journalism, or Digital Media. [+]
The public relations concentration offers professional training in corporate strategy, media management and marketing communications. [+]
Carroll’s International Relations program prepares you for an exciting international career. Students interested in this major are eligible for First Year in Spain at Carroll's portal campus in Sevilla, at a significant savings thanks to our innovative scholarships. [+]
The purpose of Public Relations Concentration is to give students a look at the principles and practices of the public relations field. In doing so, students will study the importance of internal and external communication in organizations, PR theory, the history of PR, PR specializations, PR writing and PR case studies. [+]