This information is from the 2014-2015 Undergraduate Bulletin. Please note that registration restrictions are subject to change.

PR 100   - Fundamentals of Public Relations

Fall, Spring
Focusing on public information from two viewpoints-the communicator's and the receiver's-this course explores the dissemination of public information and its effect on contemporary culture. Lectures, discussions, and practical projects provide, from social and ethical perspectives, firsthand experience in the analysis of public information and media employed. Course includes student evaluation of case studies and guest lectures. Outside community research and reporting time is required.

Semester Hours: 3 

WSC 001?and 002; MASS 001.

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