CM 275 Principles and Practices of Public Relations
3 credits, Fall
Examines the historical roots of public relations combined with the legal, ethical, and professional responsibilities of public relations practitioners. This course explores the process of public relations, including the research, planning, action and communication, and evaluation of public relations initiatives. Through critical analysis of contemporary public relations case studies, students will assess and interpret both the successes and failures of for-profit and non-profit public relations organizations.
Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C-" or better in a 100-level CM course