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May 12, 2016 by Larry Parnell (lparnell)
PSPR 6208 : Integrated Marketing Communications
Thu, 12 May 2016 09:15:43 GMT
Tue, 05 Apr 2016 14:49:23 GMT
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Professional Studies Public Relations (PSPR)
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GC-MA: Global Communication
College of Professional Studies
Professional Studies - Public Relations (PSPR)
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Integrated Marketing Communications
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degree candidacy in the MPS in the Field of Strategic Public Relations program and/or graduate status in the School of Business or School of Media and Public Affairs
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The evolution of integrated marketing communications as a means by which for-profit and nonprofit enterprises extend the reach and influence of public relations and public affairs; traditional and non-traditional communications approaches and technologies.
Course Learning Objectives After completing this course, you should be able to demonstrate: A working knowledge of and experience with applying principles of strategic marketing communications Enhanced business communications skills (written and oral) Practical experience providing strategic counsel and program execution By the completion of this course, you should have: The knowledge and analytical abilities necessary to successfully develop, implement, and evaluate integrated marketing strategy and marketing communications. Enhanced business communications skills, as you will be challenged to present and defend your analyses succinctly and clearly. A marketing tool box to successfully implement your strategies.
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PSPR 6208 - Integrated Marketing Comms - Fall 2015.pdf
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Simple update to course name to reflect current thinking/practice
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