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Public Relations

Skilled public relations professions are in great demand within organizations, especially given the visibility and scrutiny that organizations and leaders must navigate in this fast-paced environment.  This certificates offers students the opportunity to study advanced concepts, theories, and methods related to the public relations field.


  • COPR 6000 PR Research and Reporting
  • COPR 6002 Global Perspectives
  • COPR 6003 Theory and Principles of PR
  • COPR 8003 Strategic Planning and Practical Application

Admissions Requirements

To be considered for admission, applicants are required to submit the following materials:

International applicants are welcome.  Please review additional details for supplemental requirements. 


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Ruth Tsuria
Assistant Professor of Communication
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Renee Robinson
Professor of Communication
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Madison Krall
Assistant Professor of Communication
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A dynamic community comprised of scholars, theorists, critics, and professionals, Graduate Studies within the College of Human Development, Culture and Media provides students with dynamic and immersive learning experiences blending theory and practical components that permit students to recognize, test, and translate course material into academic, professional, and workplace settings. The College is nationally accredited by APA and CAEP.

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