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View the recording of our recent ZOOM webinar.  Our panel of BPR alumni talks about their work in  PR, presents some of their recent projects, and gives advice to BPR students.  PR program faculty answer questions for new students as well.  The original webinar aired  August 11th.

The Bachelor of Public Relations is a four-year degree that is respected nationally and attracts students from across Canada and beyond. In 1977, the Mount became the first Canadian university to establish a professional degree in public relations, and remains the only institution to grant the Bachelor of Public Relations (Co-operative Education).

Core Public Relations Skills:
Design – Writing – Critical Thinking – Ethics & Professionalism
Engagement – Relationships – Communication – Co-operative Education

Advocates
Minors that complement this area of focus:
Cultural Studies | Sociology | Women’s Studies | Political Studies
Career paths: Spokesperson, community relations officer, media relations manager.

Leaders
Minors that complement this area of focus:
Marketing | Political Studies | Writing | Nonprofit Leadership
Career paths: Crisis communicator, event manager, corporate social responsibility consultant.

Innovators
Minors that complement this area of focus:
Communication Technology | Communication | Information
Career paths: Social media influencer, digital content advisor, blogger.

Health Communication
Minors that complement this area of focus:
Science | Gerontology | Nutrition | Communication | Nonprofit Leadership | Science Communication
Career paths: Health communicator, health promotion specialist, internal communications officer.