School of Journalism and Mass Communication (JMC)
JMC provides students with a solid academic experience that balances both conceptual and practical courses, professional opportunities and multiple internships, all of which are grounded in a foundation of ethics in a diverse and global society.
JMC 41150. Global Advertising and Public Relations.
Offered every other spring, this course provides an academically rigorous and professionally relevant study away experience for students who are interested in advertising and public relations careers. While in the States as well as abroad, students will be expected to conduct independent research to develop their self-selected areas of expertise, including interviews with professionals and people on the street, as well as observation-based investigations. These individual experiences are supplemented by organized group tours, speakers and activities. Previous classes have traveled to London and Dublin.
Prerequisite: 2.0 cumulative GPA and special approval. (3 credit hours)