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Dual-Degree BA or BS/MS in Public Relations (4+1)

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Introduction

Whether you see yourself serving as a publicist in the entertainment industry, representing a Fortune 500 company or helping a political candidate reach voters, we’ll give you the modern skills necessary to excel in the rapidly evolving world of public relations.

Curriculum and Requirements

If accepted, you can take up to 6 credits of graduate courses beginning in the fall semester of your senior year with the permission of the graduate public relations director. Those credits can be applied to both undergraduate and graduate programs. You will then complete the remaining requirements for the master's degree in the following year.

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Admissions

Only currently enrolled students may apply to this program. Applications will not be accepted until junior year. Application requests, requirements and general counseling will happen directly with an advisor from the School of Communications.