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Advertising & Public Relations Minor


Why minor in Advertising & PR?

93% of recent employers identified the importance of strong communication and analytic skills.

Our department also offers a minor in advertising and public relations for students majoring in other programs. The ADPR minor supplements major coursework and provides students with the opportunity to learn real-world skillsets beneficial to many career paths. Students majoring in journalism, business management, marketing, entrepreneur programs, agricultural communications, graphic design, and more may want to consider a minor in ADPR.


Minor Course Information

The minor requires 15 credit hours of coursework.

CCI 150 – Communication in an Information Age

ADVT 250 – Advertising Principles

PBRL 270 – Public Relations Principles

ADPR 365 – Social Media Strategy

ADPR 375 – Managing Connections

Prepare for New Opportunities

Are you ready to gain an understanding about the advertising, public relations, and communications industry?

Declare the Minor

 

 

The student’s major catalog year should match the minor catalog year. Students should check with their major advisor before declaring a minor.