Public relations professionals manage an organization’s most valuable assets; reputation and relationships.
They work in corporations, PR agencies, non-profit organizations and for the government. Many people are drawn to these careers because there are so many options from which to choose. Whether your interest is event planning, media or community relations, strong communication skills are essential.
This video, created by students, is an example of the many experiential learning opportunities the communication department offers.
The public relations degree program will cover such topics as:
Audio production Digital media
Mass communication News writing Video production Web design
The University of Findlay teaches you the skills that employers are looking for:
- Speaking, writing and listening skills
- Computer literacy
- Interpersonal skills
- Cultural sensitivity
- Analytical skills
- Leadership skills
- Organizational skills
- Problem-solving skills
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