As part of the Bachelor of Arts in Communication with a Concentration in Public Relations and Advertising program, you will examine the fundamentals of public relations, as well as contemporary practices. You will also analyze advertising and consumer trends nationwide, and address challenges facing PR and advertising professionals in a highly competitive consumer landscape.
What You'll Learn
In our BA in Communication/Public Relations and Advertising program, offered 100% online, you’ll develop a stronger understanding of the fundamental components of an effective PR or advertising campaign. An emphasis is also placed on cross-cultural communication and how it can benefit individuals and organizations.
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New England College is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Inc. (NEASC), the nation’s oldest accrediting association, through its Commission on Institutions of Higher Education.
Public relations and advertising specialists can work across a variety of positions and fields, from press secretary to advertising manager and communications director to social media strategist. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects employment for public relations specialists will grow by 6% through 2024. Here are some careers to consider with a bachelor’s degree in Communication with a Concentration in Public Relations and Advertising:
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