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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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Bachelor in Public Relations

University of Central Missouri
Campus 4 years September 2017 USA Warrensburg

UCM's Public Relations program prepares you for the professional world of image development, strategic planning, issues management, promotional communication, media relations and development. [+]

Best Part time Bachelors in Public Relations 2017. UCM's Public Relations program prepares you for the professional world of image development, strategic planning, issues management, promotional communication, media relations and development. It equips you with the skills needed to succeed in today's competitive public relations world. Why Choose Public Relations at UCM? Public relations is one of the top 10 fastest growing industries nationwide. Money Magazine's "50 Best Jobs in America" article states that public relations professionals earn an average annual salary of nearly $85,000, with an earning potential of nearly $250,000 a year. There are numerous scholarships available to students in this program. What will I study? Public relations is one of the most sought after and highest paid fields of strategic communication. As a graduate, you will possess a comprehensive set of communication skills that will help you foster success. Courses include: Campaigns Design and Layout for Publications Electronic and Social Media for Public Relations PR Management and Industry Practices What can I do with a degree in Public Relations? Head of Communications Media Director Promotion Coordinator Public Relations Consultant How can I get involved outside the classroom? At UCM, we value engaging learning experiences that include student involvement and service-learning projects. In Public Relations, there are several involvement opportunities: American Marketing Association Delta Epsilon Chi Enactus Phi Beta Lambda Public Relations Society of America [-]

Bachelor in Advertising

Academy of Art University
Campus or Online 4 years September 2017 USA San Francisco

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. [+]

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. BFA Advertising Unit Requirements Major Coursework Core 36 units Major 42 units Electives 9 units Liberal Arts 45 units TOTAL 132 units BFA Advertising Degree Requirements Minimum grade of C- in all core courses, major courses, and LA 108 Composition for the Artist Minimum 2.0 GPA and the following general education requirements: 3 Written Communication courses 4 Art Historical Awareness courses 1 Employment Communications and Practices course 1 Historical Awareness course 1 Quantitative Literacy course 1 Cultural Ideas & Influences course After above general education requirements are met, take Liberal Arts electives as needed to fulfill the Liberal Arts unit requirement. BFA Program Learning Outcomes Undergraduate students will meet the following student performance criteria: Design Skills Effectively use visual media, including freehand drawing, to convey ideas and concepts throughout the creative process. Apply basic design principles to creative work. Communication Skills Create engaging narratives that demonstrate an understanding of the elements of storytelling: idea, structure, conflict, character, and imagery. Clearly and confidently present ideas in both formal and informal group settings. Coherently explain complex ideas in short-form, simplified writing. Problem Solving Apply strategic elements focused on the target customer, the product/ service, and the market. Gather, assess, and apply relevant information, including historical research, as part of the conceptual and design process. Conceptual Thinking Communicate relevant objectives through the use of appropriate aesthetic choices. Think conceptually and execute projects beyond traditional advertising media. Generate original ideas. Develop ideas that can be articulated within project parameters. Professional Readiness Present an original portfolio to acquire a job within the industry. Articulate career goals and plan to achieve them. Submit work according to professional presentation standards. Collaborate with other members of a creative team. Academy of Art University Learning Outcomes Graduates of the Academy of Art University will demonstrate the ability to: Produce a body of work suitable for seeking professional opportunities in their chosen field of art and design. Solve creative problems within their field of art and design, including research and synthesis of technical, aesthetic, and conceptual knowledge. Communicate their ideas professionally and connect with their intended audience using visual, oral, and written presentation skills relevant to their field. Execute technical, aesthetic, and conceptual decisions based on an understanding of art and design principles. Evaluate work in their field, including their own work, using professional terminology. Recognize the influence of major cultural and aesthetic trends, both historical and contemporary, on art and design products. Learn the professional skills and behaviors necessary to compete in the global marketplace for art and design. Visit www.academyart.edu to learn more about total costs, median student loan debt, potential occupations and other information. Accredited Member WSCUC, NASAD, CIDA (BFA-IAD, MFA-IAD), NAAB (B.ARCH*, M.ARCH), CTC (California Teacher Credential). Acting degree program is currently not offering online courses. **B.ARCH is currently in candidacy status. [-]

Bachelor in Mass Communication

Claflin University
Campus September 2017 USA Orangeburg

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. [+]

Best Part time Bachelors in Public Relations 2017. 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. Students in the Department of Mass Communications will receive an education that combines professional skills with a liberal arts education. Students will be trained in classrooms equipped for the converging world of communications. Students will be enriched by faculty and staff who are actively involved in research and professional endeavors that contribute to advancing their knowledge of public relations, print journalism, and digital media. The Mass Communications concentration courses develop student competence and skills in: The Journalism concentration prepares students for careers as writers and editors for newspapers, magazines, and online media, or as radio and television reporters, hosts, or correspondents. The Public Relations concentration prepares students for careers in both profit and nonprofit businesses as writers or publicists who develop, design, implement and evaluate public relations campaigns. The Digital Media concentration prepares students for behind-the-scenes positions in public or commercial radio and television stations, audio production facilities, recording studios, television production houses, educational institutions, advertising agencies, or industrial or corporate settings. The concentration courses enable students to gain knowledge about the role of media so that they can become practitioners. [-]

Bachelor in Public Relations

Oral Roberts University
Campus 4 years September 2017 USA Tulsa

The public relations concentration offers professional training in corporate strategy, media management and marketing communications. [+]

The public relations media major is one of the four major concentration areas in the media major. The goals of the media major are to: - Develop skills in production and dissemination of material through the mass media (television, radio, film, Web and journalism) which provide a foundation on which to build specific career skills - Provide a base for a wide range of vocational experiences in media centering on production, direction and management - Provide appropriate preparation for graduate study Public Relations Concentration The public relations concentration offers professional training in corporate strategy, media management and marketing communications. PR students develop strong written communications skills with technology know-how including blogging, online research, digital photography, graphic design, online and traditional publishing and social media. The program also emphasizes critical thinking, creativity and ethical decision making. During a four-year program, students may: - Compete in state, regional and national industry competitions (e.g. magazine writing, design contests, and campaign planning) - Tour agency, media and publishing facilities - Meet regularly with PR practitioners in both on-campus and off-campus events - Collaborate with clients to develop and execute marketing campaigns - Intern in agency, non-profit/ministry and other organizations Opportunities are available to earn money working in on-campus PR-related fields and departments such as an magazine editor, feature writer, university development, PR and sales, social media director, event planning, fundraising, marketing, and graphic design. PR students are also eligible to receive scholarship awards from professional chapters and program donors. [-]

Bachelor in Communications (Hons) (Public Relations)

HELP University
Campus 3 years May 2017 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur

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. [+]

Best Part time Bachelors in Public Relations 2017. 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. What are the career prospects? Press agencies Media relations Investor relations Crisis management Public affairs/ government relations Staff/employees relations Consumer relations Industrial relations International relations Community relations Development/fundraising Product launching Event management Entry Requirements HELP Foundation in Arts/ Foundation in Science; or 2 STPM Grade C/2 A-Level passes; or 5 Bs (including English) in Senior Middle 3 (UEC); or 5 CPU passes with a minimum average of 50%; or 5 SAM/TEE examination passes with a university aggregate of 50%; or Minimum 24 points in International Baccalaureate; or Matriculation/Foundation with minimum CGPA of 2.00; or A Diploma or its equivalent with minimum CPA 2.00; or Equivalent qualification And 3 SPM/O-Level credits (including credit in English) and a pass in SPM Bahasa Malaysia and Sejarah (for Malaysians only) Intake Date: January / May / August / October* *Special intake for new students Why a HELP Bachelor of Communication (Hons) Degree? ● A three-year honours program 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 ● Integrated classroom lectures and guest speakers taking you beyond textbooks to see theories and strategies in action ● Sixty-percent of your grades will come from projects, which are assessed based on your idea, planning and execution. Field trips and actual project involvement are also an essential part of our teaching methods ● Don’t limit yourself to the ‘what’ but it’s also about ‘who’ you know. We offer opportunities to our students to meet with many industry professionals. That network list will come in handy when you seek out your first job ● Express yourself with the 3Cs –Creativity, Curiosity and Critical Thinking. The 3Cs are a recurrent component in all our communication subjects because you will constantly be seeking accurate information, turning hard facts into captivating copy, adapting information for different audiences etc. That is a long list and helping our students hone the 3Cs is what we do ● Practical training through internship to give you an opportunity to apply the principles and skills learned, and demonstrate competency under the guidance of a specialist in the field of communication, focusing on current issues in communication to strengthen your degree relevance ● A vibrant student life with active student clubs, sporting events, film festivals, guest lectures, student camps and exchange programs ● Fancy hosting your own campus radio show or filming your own video but do not possess the right tech to do so? Our radio and film studio offers students the opportunity to explore their interests outside their studies by providing them the tools and the technical know-how ● Credit transfer arrangements into second and/or third year at various prominent universities in the UK and Australia [-]

Degree In Advertising And Public Relations

Universidad Pontificia De Salamanca
Campus 4 years September 2017 Spain Salamanca

The Faculty of Communication at the Pontifical University of Salamanca offer the Degree in Advertising and Public Relations, with a curriculum adapted to the new educational model with a theoretical and practical approach directly linked to the professional field. [+]

The Faculty of Communication at the Pontifical University of Salamanca Offer Degree in Advertising and Public RelationsWith a curriculum tailored to the new educational model with a linked theoretical and practical approach directly to professionals. Studying the Degree in Advertising and Public Relations enables students in abilities, skills and knowledge to practice professionally the main profiles: Researcher and strategic planner Advertising and Public Relations .; researchers, planners and media buyers; creative and advertising designer; management and other professional tasks in agencies, media companies and consultants, direct marketing, promotional, relational, communication agencies or design studios. Professional outings Researcher and strategic planner Advertising and Public Relations professionals who are responsible for research and strategic planning Advertising and public relations. Researchers, planners and comparators advertising media professionals who are responsible for developing research processes and planning and buying advertising media. Creative and advertising designer: professionals specialized in advertising creativity and design in all media. This page is divided into creative director and copywriter. Second degree in the Faculty of Education Graduates in Advertising and Public Relations from the UPSA be completed in three semesters Degree in Audiovisual Communication or Journalism. Curriculum 1 Art and Aesthetics Done Religious and Christian Faith History of Advertising and Public Relations English Research Documentary Sources Theory of Advertising Theory of Public Relations Law Technical and Artistic Drawing Oral and written expression History Psychology Systems and Processes of Advertising and Public Relations Students must attend only one of the three instrumental subjects offered in this course 'English', 'Research documentary sources' or 'oral and written expression'. 2 Development of Academic Works with Quality Indicators Business Management Advertising Language and Creative Writing Marketing Methodology and Statistics Christian vision of man and society Politic science Economy Strategies Advertising and Public Relations Visual Basics and Technology Contemporary History of Ideas Informatic introduction Sociology Students must attend only one of the three instrumental subjects offered in this course: 'Development of academic work with quality indicators', 'Contemporary history of ideas' or 'Introduction to Computers'. 3 Art direction Management of Advertising Accounts Management of Corporate Communication Advertising Media Research Research in Advertising and Public Relations Theory of Creative Advertising Advertising Creative Strategy Advertising Media Planning Programming Techniques and PR Interactive Advertising Copywriting 4 Advertising law Advertising photography Visual identity Language Audiovisual Advertising Propaganda and Communication Policy Advertising Ethics and Public Relations Brand Management Marketing online Audiovisual Production Advertising Protocol and Event Management Advertising Graphics Final Project Students should only take 6 ECTS of electives (2 subjects). Application procedure: Fill in the online form (accessible from www.upsa.es). You will receive an email in which you explain what documentation must present. Admission criteria: The seats are allocated in order of application. Tuition fees (course 2016-2017): Application square: 500 €. (1) Opening Record: 90 €. (2) Price per year: € 5,700. (3) Price per credit: 95 €. (4) School insurance (mandatory under 28 years): 1.12 €. Payment Methods: The registration fee can be paid in a lump sum or in three installments. Calendar Application and registration: Request place: until 30 September 2016. Registration Period: from May 3 to September 30, 2016. Once admitted, each student will have a term of 21 days to complete their registration within the period previously marked. Advantages of studying in the UPSA We intend to train professionals in marketing and market research with a global vision of business, consumer knowledge and professional ethics. Grade responds to the profiles more defendants currently in business. International vision, with subjects taught in English and possible stays abroad. Focused on the development of personal and managerial skills, talent management, innovation and trends. We offer practices, methods of case and business simulation programs to implement the knowledge in an almost real environment. Facilities and technological equipment allow each student has adequate resources for professional training. [-]

Audiovisual Communication

Universidad CEU - Cardenal Herrera
Campus Part time 4 years September 2017 Spain Valencia

and more than 30 years ripped studies in the area of ​​communication in the CEU University. We are backed by decades forming communicators committed to their profession. [+]

Best Part time Bachelors in Public Relations 2017. Audiovisual communication OFFICIAL TITLE: Degree in Audiovisual Communication DURATION / ECTS: 4 years / 240 ECTS SEATS / CAMPUS: 75 / Moncada - Alfara PLACE AT: Spanish LEARNING OUTCOMES general skills OC1- Adaptability to technological, business or labor organizational changes. Capacity OC2- teamwork and communication of ideas by creating an enabling environment and ability to integrate into a common project to obtain results. Ability to assume OC3- expressive and thematic risks in the context of the availability and terms of audiovisual production, applying solutions and personal views on the development of projects. OC4- ability to hit when choosing under uncertainty, assuming responsibilities. OC5- systematic practice of critical self-evaluation of results: assessment of the importance of correct and constantly adjust the mistakes made in creative or organizational processes audiovisual productions. OC6- Ability to organize tasks, performing them in an orderly manner with logical priority adopting decisions in the different processes of audiovisual production. OC7- solidarity Respect for different people and peoples of the planet, as well as knowledge of the great cultural currents in relation to individual and collective values ​​and respect for human rights. Specific skills disciplinary CD1- knowledge of the history and evolution of photography, film, radio and television through their aesthetic and industrial proposals, in addition to its social and cultural relevance over time. In turn, linking technological and industrial development with audiovisual language and taking into account the theoretical and practical concepts of visual and auditory representations, communication systems and transmission concepts and realities, as well as basic symbolic and cultural values favoring a correct interpretation and analysis of signs or codes image in its entirety. CD2- Knowledge and application of the techniques and processes of audiovisual production and distribution in its various stages, from the point of view of the organization and management of technical, human and budgetary resources in their various media (film, TV, video, multimedia , etc.), to marketing. CD3- theoretical and practical knowledge of organizational structures in the field of visual communication and sound, as well as its evolution and management over time, including audiovisual taxation. It also includes the knowledge and research of nature and interrelationships between the subjects of audiovisual communication: authors, institutions, companies, media, carriers and receivers. CD4- Knowledge and application of the techniques and processes of audiovisual creation and dissemination in its various stages, both in film and television, video and multimedia from the point of view of the staging from the initial idea to the final finish. CD5- Knowledge of ethics and professional ethics and the legal system of information, affecting both the practice and the work of the communicator. CD6- Knowledge of the state of the world as well as its recent historical evolution in particular the European, Mediterranean, American and Asian companies, in addition to understanding their basic parameters (political, economic and cultural). CD7- knowledge of correct use oral and written Spanish and / or Valencian as a form of professional expression in the media. CD8- Knowledge of foreign languages ​​(especially those of most international) to analyze facts and general issues usually addressed in international media. CD9- Knowledge and application of the different mechanisms and construction elements of the script according to different formats, technologies and production support. the theoretical and practical knowledge of analysis, systematization and coding of iconic audiovisual content and information in different media and technologies are also included. CD10- Knowledge, identification and application of resources, elements, methods and procedures of the processes of construction and analysis of both linear and non-linear audiovisual stories, including design, establishment and development of strategies and applications policies persuasive communication in the audiovisual markets. CD11- theoretical and practical application of technologies applied to the audiovisual media (photography, radio, sound, television, video, film, and multimedia) Knowledge. CD12- theoretical and practical knowledge of legislative mechanisms or impact on audiovisual communication and the legal status of their application in audiovisual productions. also including knowledge of ethical principles and ethical standards of audiovisual communication. CD13- knowledge of the spatial image and iconic representations in space, both in the audiovisual still image as well as the constituent elements of the artistic direction. This knowledge also cover the relationships between images and sounds from the aesthetic and narrative point of view in the different media and audiovisual technologies. knowledge of psychological models developed specifically for visual communication and persuasion through the image are also included. CD14 Knowledge of sound planning and acoustic representations of space, as well as the constituent elements of sound design and decoration ( "sound designer"). This knowledge will also cover the relationship between sounds and images from the aesthetic and narrative point of view in the different media and audiovisual technologies. psychological models specifically developed for radio communication and persuasion through sound is also included. CD15- knowledge of the constraints and limits imposed on the advertising system function audiovisual producer. CD16- knowledge of the market society and economic models that govern the activity of production and media companies. CD17- Identification of the moral problems that generally affect social communication within the framework of interpretation and analysis of the Social Doctrine of the Church. CD18- knowledge of the social environment in Spain and the Hispanic world and its historical sequencing. CD19- Recognition of the specificity and differences of major contemporary political systems in the analytical context of the Social Doctrine of the Church. CD20- knowledge of currents and literary movements and intertextuality between literature and film, radio and television and understanding of differential variables under different expressive codes. CD21- Knowledge of the different audiovisual genres. professional skills CP1- Capacity and ability to plan and manage the human, budgetary and technical resources resources in the various stages of production of a film or videographic story. CP2- ability to create and manage comprehensive commissioning scene of cinematographic and audiovisual productions videographic, responsible for directing actors and adjusting the script, prior work plan or budget. CP3 Ability to plan and manage the technical and human resources in the mono-camera and multi-camera TV productions, as well as techniques and processes of creation and production in the different phases of television production. CP4- Capacity and ability to manage production techniques and processes, recorded and reported in the organization of radio production, recording and other sound products. CP5- capacity and utilization of techniques and processes in the organization of photographic production, as well as the technical and creative processes in the field of the still image in general both analog and digital environments. CP6- capacity for the use of the techniques and processes in the organization and creation in the various phases of the construction of multimedia production and interactive materials. CP7- Ability to apply techniques and procedures for the composition of the image to different audiovisual media, from knowledge of the classical laws and aesthetic and cultural movements in the history of the image using new information technologies. CP8- Ability to develop measurements related to the amount of light and color quality during the construction of images, from the theoretical and practical knowledge of the scientific foundations of optics. CP9- Ability to develop measurements related to the quantities and qualities of sound during the construction process audio, from the theoretical and practical knowledge of the scientific fundamentals of acoustics. CP10- Ability to write fluently, texts, rundowns or dashes in the fields of multimedia film, television, videographic, radio or fiction. CP11- Ability to analyze audiovisual stories, based on the basic parameters of the analysis of audiovisual works, considering the iconic messages as texts and products of socio-political and cultural conditions of a particular historical epoch. CP12- Ability to identify the processes and techniques involved in the direction and management of audiovisual companies in its industrial structure: production, distribution and exhibition, and to interpret statistical data on the audiovisual market. In this competition the management and organization of teams for the existing audiovisual production is included. CP13- ability to apply processes and techniques involved in the organization and management of technical resources in any existing audio and visual media. CP14- Ability to apply techniques and processes of creation and dissemination in the field of graphic design in its various stages, from a theoretical and practical perspective. CP15- Ability to apply techniques and creative processes and technical and human resources required for the design of integrated production of an audiovisual work from props and brand image to its graphic marketing project. CP16- Ability to apply techniques and production processes in the organization of cultural events, by planning human and technical resources involved, in line with a previous budget. CP17- ability to search, select and organize any type of audiovisual document in a database and use in various audiovisual media using digital methods. CP18- Ability to apply principles and functions of the visual identity for the creation of a manual of standards for corporate visual identity of a particular company. CP19- capacity to carry out the analysis of the structures, contents and styles of television and radio programming and the various influential variables in its configuration and both communicative and spectacular processes generated by them. CP20- Ability to perform technical management of audio and visual materials according to an idea using narratives and technology necessary for the design, composition, finishing and mastering of various audiovisual and multimedia techniques. CP21- Ability to design and conceive the aesthetic and technical presentation of the staging through natural or artificial lighting and acoustic sources serving creative and expressive features proposed by the director of the audiovisual project. CP22- Ability to record sound from any sound source signals: acoustic or electronic; digital or analog and mixing these materials with a certain intent given levels, effects and end planes of masterizada mixture. CP23- ability to recreate the sound environment of an audiovisual or multimedia production in response to the intention of the text and narration using soundtrack, sound effects and soundtrack. academic competitions CA1- Knowledge of theories, methods and problems of audiovisual communication and languages ​​that serve as support for their activity, depending on the requirements set as disciplinary knowledge and professional skills. Ca2 + Ability to proper use of technological tools in the different phases of audiovisual process for students to express themselves through images or audiovisual discourse with the essential technical quality. CA3- Ability to expose adequately the research results orally or by audiovisual or computer media according to the canons of the disciplines of communication. CA4- Ability to define research topics or innovative personal creation that can contribute to knowledge or development of audiovisual languages ​​or interpretation. CA-5 Ability to incorporate and adapt to a professional audio-visual equipment, making compatible and even synergic their own individual interests and collective project that has been incorporated. CA6- Ability to critically perceive the new visual and auditory landscape that offers the communicative universe around us, considering the iconic messages as a result of a given society, a product of the socio-political and cultural conditions of a particular historical epoch. CA7- Ability to assume leadership in projects that require human resources and of any other nature, managing them efficiently, taking the principles of social responsibility. CA8- capacity for critical and reflective of the main documents of contemporary Magisterium of the Church referred to the phenomenon of social communication analysis. CA9- capacity analysis of the main aspects related to economic relations based on the great historical texts of the social Magisterium of the Church. CA10- capacity for analysis of primary and secondary sources of historical fact. CA11- Discernment of Hispanic peculiarity in the Western context. JOB Professional outings Graduates work in Audiovisual Communication can perform in the following areas of practice: Advertising agencies Cinema teaching Communication companies Recording studios Research new Technologies Audiovisual producers Radio TV Event The different professional profiles of a degree in Audiovisual Communication are: Camera Press departments Address advertising agencies Business management communication Address producers director Art director Casting Director Production designer teaching special effects in movies and TV series Photography and cinematography Communication offices Screenwriter Communication researcher / vy social communication Fitter Equipment operator Preparation and design story board Producer Television and radio programmer Producer Sound Costumes, styling Audiovisual production design events creator Multimedia What makes us different? 1.La experience and background and more than 30 years ripped studies in the area of ​​communication in the CEU University. We are backed by decades forming communicators committed to their profession. 2.La forefront facilities Our university offers media and professional resources. You can test your creativity through various challenges offered titration, either inside or outside the classroom. At your disposal are the Center for Audiovisual Production and Multimedia where you can practice your new skills in a digital newspaper or a radio or television producer, also participate in professional competitions Advertising and a festival of audiovisual short, and even produce your own Creators parts through the program. 3. Geared to the new employability We offer the opportunity to study the Own Degree in Communication and Political Marketing. so you will increase your skills in public speaking and political discourse in our television sets, tools of political marketing and campaign planning. The plus Tools Professional: During the degree'll take most leaning on matters of the profession tools. But you not only end up the knowing handle grade will also be carrying you the competence as evidenced by certificates: Certificate in Graphic Design and Web (127 hours: Photoshop, Illustrator, WordPress, Dreamweaver, Flash) and Certificate in Mount Audiovisual (222 hours Avid , Protools, After Effects, Movie Magic Scheduling). 4. The international dimension free additional training in English from first to fourth to improve the starting level. Opportunities for international practices (such as the EFE Agency in Paris, Lisbon, Geneva or Athens, or European producers like Jelly Fish Pictures in London). One of the best international experiences for our students communication are the IPs (International Programmes). 5. Double grades doubles specialist degrees You can take while two university degrees with compatible schedules, with all classrooms in the same facilities and, of course, without paying twice. So are doubles specialist degrees from the University in double degrees. Audiovisual Communication + Journalism Audiovisual Communication + Advertising and Public Relations [-]

COMMUNICATION AND PUBLIC RELATIONS

Danubius University
Campus Romania Galați

Through this program the Danubius University takes the mission of preparing specialists, researchers and leaders in the management field from the East and South-East regions of the country, getting involved in debates and society projects, in shaping a new frame of development in a European context. [+]

Through this program the Danubius University takes the mission of preparing specialists, researchers and leaders in the management field from the East and South-East regions of the country, getting involved in debates and society projects, in shaping a new frame of development in a European context. In order to answer these major components of the new field, the curriculum that we offer our students, through professors that are extremely competent in the field, is in accordance with everything that is happening today on a national and international level, which makes such a graduate diploma recognised, through transferable credits, anywhere in the world. The professional competences that students can obtain after gaining their Bachelor’s diploma are: - Identifying and using the specialized language, methodologies and knowledge from the field of communication sciences - Using new information and communication technologies (NICT) - Identifying and using strategies, communication methods and techniques in the process of public relations - Achieving and promoting a product of public relations - Specialized assistance in the management of crisis communication and/or the mediation of communication conflicts Some of the subjects studied within this program are: Crisis communication, International public relations, Regional public relations, Editing materials of public relations, Applied semiotics, Communication law, The philosophy of the culture, Communication and public relations in political organizations. The study curriculum includes stages of specializing practice during the second year of study, 4 weeks, and summing 120 hours at the end of the second semester. Graduates of this Bachelor’s program may have carriers such as: specialist in public relations, mediator, spokesman, brand manager, protocol organizer, markets and exhibitions organizer, trainer, training organizer/consultant, assessor of professional competences, political communication consultant, specialist in online public relations, and specialist in press communication. [-]

Bachelor in Business, Marketing and Public Relations, Barcelona (in Spanish)

ESERP Business School
Campus 4 years September 2017 Spain Palma de Mallorca

ESERP privates Degrees apply a consistent teaching methodology offering master classes of professional nature, in which teaching staff, highly skilled in the subject explain dynamic classes based in real business [+]

Best Part time Bachelors in Public Relations 2017. ESERP privates Degrees apply a consistent teaching methodology offering master classes of professional nature, in which teaching staff, highly skilled in the subject explain dynamic classes based in real business cases. This, it develops practical aspects of the company, combined with an appropriate theoretical-practical knowledge base. This achieves a satisfying level of training in each of the areas to be working. ESERP is associated center of the Staffordshire University in the UK. This collaboration gives students of ESERP careers the possibility of obtaining a university degree of Official validity in United Kingdom and European recognition. For this, the student must take some additional modules complementary to the study plan already studied in the Own Degree of Business School. In addition, ESERP degrees programs are based an exceptional team that gives each student tracking and personalized attention: Faculty, Tutors, Study Coordinators, Research Department, Job Department and General Management. They work consistently for the student. Thus, ESERP ensures that their graduates possess all the personal and professional skills necessary to enter the working world. Admission requirements To be eligible for this program, the student must meet one of the following studies completed: - 2nd secondary school - Higher Level Training Cycle (CFGS) - Vocational training second degree or formal education - Examination Entrance for People over 25 Years of Age * To qualify for the Bachelor course, taught entirely in English, the student must pass a language level test. [-]

Bachelor of Communications & Public Relations

Swiss German University
Campus 4 years July 2017 Indonesia Tangerang

SGU’s innovative Communication Science programme combines the study of media, communication and culture with the opportunity to gain knowledge and skills in one of the fastest-growing global economies. [+]

About Study Program SGU’s innovative Communication Science programme combines the study of media, communication and culture with the opportunity to gain knowledge and skills in one of the fastest-growing global economies. At SGU we provide two concentrations in Communication Science that prepare students for a broad range of exciting career opportunities. After the first three semesters with compulsory introductory subjects and orientation activities such as practical training and workshops, the students can decide on the concentration that they are interested in; either Public Relations and Reputation Management or International Journalism. The internship in the 6th semester gives students the opportunity to experience an intercultural working environment at first-class companies in Germany, Switzerland, or elsewhere in the world. The subjects in our Communication Science Programme are taught by excellent faculty members from Indonesia and abroad, who all have comprehensive experience in international businesses and education. Our uniquely productive intercultural learning environment offers students ideal conditions to prepare for their professional career. What You Study Nowadays, Public Relations has expanded into a strategic communication process that includes image building, branding and reputation, effective conflict and crisis management, integrated communication strategies, marketing and advertising, policy and decision making, and relationships and networks with multiple internal and external stakeholders. At SGU, we prepare students to successfully plan, implement and evaluate public relations strategies in international and multicultural contexts. In this global era, Journalism has become much more than just collecting, writing, editing, and presenting news or news articles in the print, broadcast and online media. The concentration, International Journalism, at SGU is geared towards the global shifts in the journalism industry by integrating different forms of journalism practice within a framework of technological, political and cultural change. Our graduates in International Journalism enter the job market as rounded, professional journalists, equipped with knowledge in areas outside journalism such as international economics, politics, culture and sociology. Curriculum Semester 1 English 1 Introduction to PR Introduction to Journalism Communication History and Theory Basic and Narrative Writing Mass Communication Integrated Marketing Communication Extracurricular Courses German Language and Culture 1 Mandarin Language and Culture 1 Semester 2 Ethics and Religious Philosophy English 2 Media Psychology Media Sociology Photography Business Communication Media Management PR Management Extracurricular Courses German Language and Culture 2 Mandarin Language and Culture 2 Semester 3 Internship 1 (Indonesia) Interpersonal Communication Organizational Communication Corporate Communication Creative and Critical Thinking Semester 4 Pancasila and Civic English 3 Communication Research Political Communication Intercultural Communication Media Production Project Management and Leadership Communication Technology Extracurricular Courses German Language and Culture 3 Mandarin Language and Culture 3 Semester 5 Indonesian Language English 4 Event Management Communication Research Statistics Advanced Audio/Video Project Rhetoric and Public Speaking Business Law Elective subject 1 Extracurricular Courses German Language and Culture 4 Mandarin Language and Culture 4 Semester 6 Internship 2 (abroad) Semester 7 English 5 Reputation Management Multi-Media Design Research Methodology Entrepreneurship Social Development and Media Ethics Elective subject 2 Elective subject 3 Semester 8 Oral Final Study Examination (OFSE) Thesis Communication Audit Why in SGU To be one of the leading Communication Science Programs in Indonesia, and be fully professional and have an international outlook. Provides good quality teaching and learning experiences in the field of Communication, supported by an up-to-date curriculum in accordance with the developments in the field of communication science and market needs. Provides and facilitates research conducted by the "civitas academica" to develop the field of communication science. Implements the results of scientific development of knowledge in social life. Organizes cooperation with the communications industry, educational institutions, government and society. Career Prospect SGU Produces graduates who have a high competence in the field of public relations and / or journalism and who are disciplined and ready to become communication specialists in the international working environment. Partnership Through our co-operation with reputable local and international businesses and institutions, students have the opportunity to complete practical training and internships as well as employment opportunities. Furthermore, in co-operation with our partner universities in Germany, a dual degree (Indonesian degree and German degree) is offered to qualified students. Testimony Dita Amalia – Global Leads Group, Berlin Germany My internship in Berlin has taught me to become a whole new person The experience that I always remember and cherish for the rest of my life Make the best of it while you can, enjoy! Priscillia Aileen – Price Panda Gmbh, Berlin Germany This is my first experience to have an internship abroad. There are many things that I learned there, from working experience until how to be independent. Especially from my work place, they teach me a lot the lesson which I cannot get from class [-]

Undergraduate: Advertising And Public Relations

Irkutsk State Linguistic University
Campus September 2017 Russia Irkutsk

Training of Specialists in Advertising and Public Relations is a needle in 1998.Students learn the theory and practice of public relations, advertising, media, [+]

Undergraduate: Advertising and Public Relations

Profile: Advertising and Public Relations in the commercial sphere

Language: English

Graduate Departments: Department of Advertisingand Public Relations Training of Specialists in Advertising and Public Relations is a needle in 1998.Students learn the theory and practice of public relations, advertising, media, psychology, sociology, organization of the department of advertising and public relations.They learn how to conduct market research, direct the work of the press service, hold exhibitions and presentations, and much more. The advantage of our graduates - English proficiency in the professional sphere.Graduates are building a career in public institutions and private organizations, foundations, advertising, PR, consulting agencies.Their knowledge and skills in demand in the banks and the media, supermarkets and shopping centers, tourist agencies and companies in mobile communications - wherever you are working with public opinion.... [-]


Bachelor of Communication (Public Relations)

RMIT University
Campus January 2017 Australia Melbourne

This program includes courses in communications and theory, principles and research, and contextual studies that promote analytical and research skills... [+]

Bachelor of Communication (Public Relations)

Modern public relations (PR) is about working relationships, and reputation, locally and internationally.A PR degree at RMIT prepares you for the increasingly globalised, technology-driven world of public relations within corporate, government, not-for-profit and consultancy environments.Our students:

want to know more about how organisations interact with people and the world around them can investigate the core of an issue to find out why it is important to an organisation and the people it deals with, and can use that knowledge to work out how an organisation can achieve its objectives.

This program includes courses in communications and theory, principles and research, and contextual studies that promote analytical and research skills and provide a broader learning experience. You will gain professional skills in writing techniques, media and stakeholder relations, strategy and research, with an emphasis on problem solving, creativity, project and relationship management.You'll build your skills and knowledge on campus and in a variety of work-integrated learning environments. You will be exposed to other fields of applied communication practice and how they converge with PR.... [-]


Bachelor of Marketing, Advertising and Public Relations

Edith Cowan University
Campus 3 years January 2017 Australia Perth

Provides students with the ability to critically analyse, evaluate and compile new communication strategies, to function as skilled communicators and to establish and manage media relations.

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Bachelor of Marketing, Advertising and Public Relations

Provides students with the ability to critically analyse, evaluate and compile new communication strategies, to function as skilled communicators and to establish and manage media relations.

The combination of marketing, advertising and public relations enhances these abilities by allowing students to diversify their creative skills and strategic business management knowledge, as well as gaining the employability skills, including critical thinking, teamwork, communication and problem solving, needed for a successful career.

Marketing professionals are employed by organisations to develop and manage marketing and communication strategies, with advertising and public relations the cornerstone of business communications.

Advertising combines art, science, strategy and communications practice, and has potential applications far beyond employment in an advertising agency. It includes elements of production, marketing, public relations, visual arts, communications research and interactive multimedia to develop and showcase students' strengths.

Public Relations develops communication in a variety of contexts, researches the effectiveness of communication and plans the strategy behind communication campaigns.

The combination of disciplines gives students a competitive career advantage and access to a wide range of industries.... [-]


Bachelor Public Relations

Marist College - School of Communication and the arts
Campus September 2017 USA Poughkeepsie

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. [+]

The Communication degree has concentrations in Advertising, Communication Studies, Journalism, Public Relation, and Sports Communication. 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. By comprehending the complexities involved in public relations, students will enhance their abilities to function in a variety of roles in the field. [-]

Bachelor in PR

International Academy of Business
Campus Part time 2 - 4 years September 2017 Kazakhstan Almaty

If you are interested in obtaining the bachelor's degree of the International Academy of Business in PR, I can make the list of the most interesting elective courses from this specialty. Actually [+]

You can start your education course at International Academy of Business on September.

If you are interested in obtaining the bachelor's degree of the International Academy of Business in PR, I can make the list of the most interesting elective courses from this specialty. Actually, studying on English department gives opportunity of learning an additional language for your own choice, Spanish or Chinese and opportunity of working in foreign company.

The specialty "Public Relations" provides a wide range of opportunities in acquisition of knowledge and skills about PR instruments, technologies of country branding and brand management, technologies of communication management, political and crisis PR, media planning etc.... [-]