The College of Communication offers a variety of courses leading to a Bachelor of Arts degree in Public Relations and Advertising. The program examines theories and practices in the related fields of public relations and advertising, and considers advertising and public relations processes, products and effects from cultural, ethical, organizational, historical, creative and methodological perspectives. Students in Public Relations and Advertising studies learn to think critically and analytically, to develop ideas clearly, and to speak and write effectively. Within the broad context of human communication and the liberal arts, students explore the relationship of public relations and advertising activities to other aspects of human endeavor. Graduates are prepared for entry level positions within the public and private sectors, or for continuing their education in academic or professional graduate programs.

College Core Requirements​ 12 ​hours
Liberal Studies Requirements 84 hours
​Major Requirements 40 hours
​Open Electives ​56 hours
192 hours