Department of Communication Studies
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Public Relations prepares students for successful careers and leadership in various areas of this rapidly expanding field: media relations, politics, public diplomacy, crisis communication, social media, community relations, advocacy, special events, public affairs, investor relations and corporate communication.?
When you study PR at Emerson, you are part of a tradition of the Father of Public Relations, Edward?Bernays, and ?political icon Tony Schwartz, distinguished professors of our past who inspired future practitioners to excel in story telling - ?locally and around the globe.
The program’s core curriculum balances?theory into practice by providing the?skills necessary for effective?communication in an ever changing and complex global environment.?Students have the opportunity to partake in local, national and global campaigns and PR projects, including the Globe Com Project, in which Emerson represents the United States and works with 15 universities worldwide on an annual case.
Students must complete 44 credits in the Public Relations major, including all five of the core courses and six electives.
Students in Public Relations complete 44 credits in the major, five core courses and six related elective courses, including at least one at the 400 level.
Introduction to Public Relations
Strategic Digital Communication
Online Content & Strategy
|CC 310||Campaign Management|
|MK 354?||Writing for Public Relations|
|CC 356||Crisis Communication|
Select 24 Credits from the following:
|CC 203||Intercultural Communication|
|CC 236||Sports PR|
|CC 263||Argument & Advocacy|
|CC 266||Conflict & Negotiation|
|CC 303||Public Opinion Polling|
|CC 318||International PR and Global Communication Management|
|CC 319||Special Events|
|CC 330||Management and Communication|
|CC 345||Public Affairs Matrix: Media, Politics and Advocacy|
|MK 346||The Corporate Communications Function and Social Responsibility|
|CC 361||Public Diplomacy and Grassroots Activism|
|CC 362||Guerilla PR|
|CC 373||Topics in Public Relations|
|CC 473||Advanced Topics in Public Relations|
|CC 499||Internship in Communication (4-12 credits)|
Student Learning Objectives in Public Relations Major
- Students will be able to demonstrate an understanding of the history and significance of public relations.
- Students will be able to demonstrate an understanding of the influence professionals and institutions have in shaping public relations.
- Students will be able to understand the role of gender, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation and other forms of diversity in public relations.
- Students will learn to communicate effectively and develop messages targeted to specific publics.
- Students will be able to develop public relations strategies and tactics to target specific publics and compete in the marketplace.
- Students will be able to conduct research and evaluate information in order to develop effective public relations plans.
- Students will be able to understand and leverage various technologies in executing public relations plans.
- Students will be able to think critically, creatively and independently.