Public relations is an exciting career path that makes it possible to work in any industry you choose, including entertainment, travel and tourism, sports, business, retail, technology, healthcare, and many more. Strong writing and communication skills and a creative mindset are essential for success in this rapidly evolving field that promotes people, products, ideas, and services.
Ignite your opportunities by complementing your major with a minor in public relations at St. Thomas Aquinas College. This rigorous program will hone your professional writing skills and train you to become a superior communicator capable of designing powerful public relations campaigns that achieve results.
At a glance
- Undergraduate minor
- 18 Credits
- Communication Arts
- Liberal Arts & Social Sciences
- Hospitality Management
- Sport Management
- Visual Art
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Build your résumé and explore diverse career possibilities through exciting internships, research projects with faculty members, and study abroad experiences. Learn, give back, and have fun by getting involved in your choice of more than 40 student clubs, activities, and community service opportunities.
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Discover the exciting world of TV studio production through class work and hands-on learning in a state-of-the-art broadcast studio. This course covers all facets of TV studio production, including scriptwriting, camera operations, audio mixing, producing and directing, and live performance.
Research, write, and critique compelling news, features, and editorial content. Consider key issues in the field of journalism, including media ethics, First vs. Sixth Amendments, privacy, and the law.
Develop superior writing skills that communicate, engage, and persuade in this course that also overviews the broader public relation function. Explore theory and practice, media advertising, research, public opinion, and budgeting.
A minor in public relations prepares students for advanced study and careers in diverse fields, including:
- Broadcast Journalism
- Sports Marketing