Masters of Science in Mass Communication - Strategic Public Relations
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More than a master’s
Graduates of the M.S. in strategic public relations graduate program are a new generation of communication professionals able to function at the highest levels of management and apply sophisticated strategic thinking to accomplish organizational objectives.
The Master of Science in Mass Communications (Strategic Public Relations) is leading-edge professional education that prepares students at various stages in public relations careers for the highest levels of management, applying sophisticated strategic thinking and problem solving to accomplish organizational objectives. It prepares students for increased leadership responsibilities in developing, implementing and evaluating effective communication campaigns in an environment of dynamic change and globalization.
The degree requires 30 credit hours, all of which are in the strategic public relations discipline.
The program is designed so that on-track students will take three courses each in the fall and spring semesters and two courses each in the summer semesters. Online course options are available. Thus, on-track students should be able to complete the coursework in one year.
The Judy VanSlyke Turk Scholarship
The Judy VanSlyke Turk Scholarship was established in the Robertson School to honor Dr. Turk’s leadership as director of the School from 2002-2010. It was awarded for the first time in 2012.
Application questions for this scholarship can be directed to Robertson School Graduate Studies Director Dr. Karen McIntyre at email@example.com. Students who apply must have completed the application process and have been admitted to the strategic public relations graduate program.