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Public Relations

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This course prepares students to evaluate the use of public relations in meeting organizational objectives. Students will create a response to a given public relations challenge. Other topics include media relations, promotion, public relations tools, publicity, and ethics.

This graduate-level course is 6 weeks This course is available to take individually or To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 6 weeks

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    PR Strategy and Tools for Influencing the Target Group

    • Decide on an over-arching strategy for the PR campaign.
    • Prioritize the most effective media to communicate the message to the target group.
    • Examine the applicability of traditional media to communicate the message.

    Web-Based and Social Media, and Crisis Management

    • Examine the applicability of web-based media to communicate the message.
    • Examine the applicability of social media to communicate the message.
    • Structure a crisis management plan that communicates a clear message.

    Control Systems, Evaluation of Success, and Trends in Public Relations

    • Justify the control system used to guide and correct the PR campaign.
    • Measure the degree of success in accomplishing the goals of the PR campaign.

    Understanding Public Relations â Definition and Purpose

    • Define the scope and functions of public relations.
    • Compare public relations with the marketing function.
    • Evaluate methods of building long-term relationships with key target groups.

    The Elements of a Public Relations Plan, the PR Issue, and Target Groups

    • Identify the elements of a comprehensive PR Plan.
    • Analyze the specific PR Issue.
    • Recommend the relevant internal and/or external target groups.
    • Explain the rationale for choosing the primary target group.

    Ethical and Legal issues, Public Relations Goals, Research, and Constructing the Message

    • Investigate relevant ethical and legal issues in a PR campaign.
    • Decide on the PR goals the campaign will accomplish.
    • Appraise the strengths and weaknesses of different PR research methods.
    • Design the specific message to be communicated to the target group.
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