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The Bachelor of Public Relations Management Honours program at Centennial College's Story Arts Centre is a unique, first-of-its-kind offering in Canada that combines public relations and business studies.
In four years, this program will prepare you for an exciting career in public relations (PR), social media and corporate communications.
The Bachelor of Public Relations Management, Honours program, offered by the School of Communications, Media, Arts and Design in collaboration with the School of Business, will balance the theory, principles and application of PR with a solid foundation in business principles through ten core business courses.
During your time in the program, you'll complete real-world projects that will allow you to apply your newly-acquired knowledge.
From writing media releases to planning events, you'll engage in practical scenarios that will ground the core classroom concepts of this four-year degree.
To prepare you for a variety of careers, the Bachelor of Public Relations Management courses will include a strong focus on:
A 14-week industry field placement, during which you'll gain real-world experience before graduation, will round out this program.
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Based on communicative teaching and learning practices, English Language Learning (ELL) is an intensive five-level, full-time program designed for international students who wish to improve their English language skills.
If you're an international student, this program will help you build on and improve your language skills for success in college, university or your career.
Complete the 15-week semester of level 5 with a minimum final grade of C (60%) in all three courses.
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High School Applicants
To be eligible, high school applicants must have:
Courses must include:
If you do not meet the math requirements, you may be considered for admission and must complete a remedial mathematics course by the end of the first semester.
To be eligible, mature applicants must:
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