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College of Communication & Creative Arts - Public Relations & Advertising

Rowan University

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Office Moved
Please Note: The Public Relations and Advertising Department offices have moved to 301 W. High St. The Academic Advising office is on the second floor. The Department Chair’s office and the Administrative office are on the third floor. Faculty offices are located on the second and thirds floors.

Upcoming Info Session: Earn your M.A. in PR at Rowan
Interested in earning an M.A. in PR right here at Rowan? You can -- and you may be able to complete the program in as little as 12 months. Current students may also be able to get a head start by taking a graduate course while still enrolled as undergrads. Attend an upcoming info session to learn more. Click here for dates and info. Learn more about the M.A. in PR program here.

Some important changes to the required courses for PR and advertising majors Effective Fall 2013:

No longer required:
Communication Theory is no longer a required course (but it may be taken as a related elective).
Internship is no longer a required course (but it may be taken as a related elective).

New required courses:
PR/Adv Law and Ethics now is a required course for all PR and Adv majors.
The number of related electives for PR majors has increased to 9 credits (up from 6 credits).
The number of related electives for Adv majors has increased to 6 credits (up from 3 credits).

Some important notes:
-- Current students who have already completed Communication Theory are not required to take PR/Adv Law Ethics (although you may take it to count toward your related electives if you still need to fulfill your related elective requirements).
-- Although Internship is no longer a required course, students still are encouraged to take Internship as one of their related electives.
-- The total number of credits needed to complete your major has not changed.
-- Please see the two-year course sequences for each major below to make sure you are on track to complete all courses in the right order so you can take your senior-year capstone courses on time and graduate. Always talk with an advisor about course schedule and course sequence when planning your class schedule.

For more info see the undegraduate program FAQ here.

Get Involved with PRSSA and Ad Club
Meetings for PRSSA and Ad Club are under way. Meetings are held weekly. All interested students are invited and encouraged to join and get involved. Meeting announcements will be posted in Bozorth and made in classes. Need more info? Ask any faculty member or stop by the PR/Advertising office in 301 High.

Seniors: Interested in Graduate School?
Now is the time to learn more about and apply to Rowan's M.A. in P.R. program. Students who attend full-time can complete the program in only one year. And, many seniors can get a head start by enrolling in a graduate course during senior year. Learn more about the program here. Questions? E-mail Professor Moore.

Planning to take Internship?
PR and Ad majors planning to take Internship need to have met the prerequisite requirements and get the approval of an advisor before registering for Internship. Review the requirements and get the forms you need to complete on the undergraduate majors page here.

Looking for an Internship?
A number of organizations are seeking interns. Check the internship posting boardl or ask in the PR/Advertising office about open and upcoming opportunities.

Touch of Class
The latest editions of the M.A. in P.R. program's newsletter can be found at the links here.