PR 299 - Public Relations Capstone II

Semester Hours: 3

Fall, Spring, Summer
The public relations capstone project, commencing with PR 298 , is completed under close supervision of a major adviser. The result is a culminating experience in a significant public relations project. At the conclusion of the project, the student will present and defend the nature, scope, research, and execution of the work before a faculty committee.

This course will demonstrate the student’s learning from the overall curriculum. Capstone projects may take one of two forms: a major piece of research on a specific topic related to the public relations profession or an aspect of public relations theory, including the use of a multimedia presentation; or implementation of a significant multimedia public relations campaign on behalf of a nonprofit charitable organization.

The second semester of the Capstone project (Capstone II) requires its completion. All candidates for the degree must provide an oral defense of their final Capstone to the faculty committee, which will review and discuss submissions with students during the final weeks of the semester.

Prerequisite(s)/Course Notes:
PR 261 262 263 264 298 . Pass/Fail only. 

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