mspr510 | Graduate

Strategic Public Relations

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Today more than ever, organizations need to deliver and promote consistent messages effectively across multiple platforms to achieve success. This course examines the growing importance of public relations as a component of the integrated marketing communications framework. In this course, students will learn how to develop a public relations strategy utilizing different communication approaches, tactics and technologies, such as writing and speaking communications, promotional events, multimedia storytelling, social media, blogs, and more.

This graduate-level course is 6 weeks 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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    Situational Analysis, Part I: Understanding the Company and its Environment

    • Identify and analyze a company’s public relations opportunities and obstacles.
    • Identify and manage a company’s issues, risks, crisis, and reputation.
    • Review the role of ethics in public relations.
    • Examine a company’s internal and external environments.

    Situational Analysis, Part II: Identifying Key Publics

    • Identify the different strategic groups associated to an organization.
    • Explain the characteristics and categories of various publics.
    • Analyze key publics, their development stage, and the cultural context.
    • Determine the appropriate publics for a communication campaign.

    Strategy Development: Creating the Public Relations Approaches

    • Develop an impactful company’s positioning.
    • Identify the company’s goals and objectives.
    • Formulate proactive public relations strategies.
    • Prepare reactive public relations strategies.

    Message Development: Formulating the Message Strategy

    • 4.1 Apply different communication models.
    • 4.2 Establish ethos, develop pathos, and convey logos.
    • 4.3 Communicate messages using verbal and nonverbal strategies.
    • 4.4 Apply the concept of branding to achieve message consistency.

    Plan Implementation: Choosing the Strategic Communication Tactics

    • Describe and evaluate strategic communication tactics.
    • Assess the impact of strategic communication tactics on audiences and publics.
    • Recognize the relationship between strategic public relations and integrated marketing communications.
    • Apply strategic communication tactics to public relations campaigns.
    • Develop public relations campaign schedules and budgets.

    Plan Evaluation: Assessing the Strategic Public Relations Plan

    • Identify what to evaluate, when to evaluate, and how to evaluate.
    • Describe the evaluation tools and techniques.
    • Analyze data to evaluate public relations programs.
    • Create evaluation reports to validate the viability and value-added of the public relations plan.
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