Graduate Certificate in Global Public Relations

Designed for working professionals, the global public relations graduate certificate program teaches students the strategic and tactical skills needed to excel in the challenging world of global public relations. The 6-course, 18 credit program includes a global perspective residency. The course work completed in the certificate program can be applied to the master's degree in Strategic Public Relations or Advocacy in the Global Environment.

Specific admission requirements can be found on the Graduate Program Finder.

Visit the program website for additional information.

The following requirements must be fulfilled: 18 credits in required courses; or, with the advisor's approval, 12 credits in required courses and one 3-credit elective.

PMGT 6402Applied Political Communications
PMGT 6403Political Data and Analytics
PSPR 6204Media Relations in the New Media World
PSAD 6270International Public Relations and Global Advocacy
PSAD 6200Global Perspective Residencies
In lieu of one required course, students may take, with the program director's approval, a 3-credit elective selected from the curricula of the graduate certificate in strategic public relations, legislative affairs, or political management programs or from another GW school or college.