Pro-PR

November 18, 2011 Jasmine

If you are not a public relations major I encourage you to  take an introductory public relations course in your college career. Taking an intro to PR class  can be very beneficial with any future endeavor in any kind of business. The learning experience you will get from the class will give you a broad approach to how the clients and various publics are important to keep in mind for the success of a company.  To be a good business man or woman it is good to know different aspects and point of views from both the company and the the client. Knowing proper public relations skills will make you adequately prepared for keeping your company in a positive light which will have a growth effect.

“Public relations is in many ways an interdisciplinary major, and you’ll study elements from many other fields, including psychology, philosophy, languages, business, art, and many others.”

In a Public Relations course you will learn about the opinions from various publics, and research techniques which will satisfy Pr needs in your company. Also in the course you will learn about ethics in a company, problem solving, planning, and influencing public opinion.

Taking a PR course will give you the excellent background skills that will pay off in the business world. Those skills will include achieving the main goal of enhancing a company’s reputation.

Sources:

http://www.princetonreview.com/Majors.aspx?cip=090902

http://www.wisegeek.com/what-is-public-relations.htm

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One Comment Add your own

  • 1. Skyler  |  December 6, 2011 at 6:54 pm

    I completely agree with this, there’s so much to public relations to ignore it, and making yourself aware of what PR is and the language used in public relations will only benefit you in the long run.


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