Public Relations Major
Bachelor of Journalism
Blends core knowledge, skills, and practice of journalism with a focus on public relations, human resource management, marketing, and international business perspective.
Careers cover the fields of publicity, communications and training or coaching.
Competitive (selective) admission
- Admission to Bachelor of Journalism
Students entering at third year must have completed 60 post-secondary credits. Those applicants who have taken no prior journalism or communication courses are required to complete 48 credits of journalism, including the four core second-year courses. Core curriculum will be adjusted during academic counseling as appropriate for students who have already taken journalism or communication courses in their first and second years.
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