Find a list of Public Relations courses that are offered at Unisa (University of South Africa).

List of Public Relations courses at Unisa

Public Relations Diploma Course at Unisa

The purpose of this qualification is to give learners who will work as Public Relations practitioners to create and maintain beneficial relationships through in a variety of organisational contexts in a social and ethically responsible manner and using Public Relations tools and principles strategically. Learners acquiring this qualification will have skills, knowledge and experience to solve problems in a professional communication context by working in a team and individually; Manage administration, including financial administration; Provide organisational support in a communications environment; Exercise ethical conduct, values and professionalism when dealing with clients. Qualifying learners can therefore contribute to effective organisational communication and the quality of communication in the public and private spheres…Apply

Public Relations National Diploma Course at Unisa

Students who are not working in the public relations profession must undertake to arrange their practical experience in a public relations or communications environment. If a student is not in possession of a Senior Certificate, but has five years relevant experience in the Public Relations or Communications field, may contact the Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) office for possible admission…Apply

International Relations Degree at Unisa

The purpose of this qualification include: to familiarise learners with the content and basic theories of a number of disciplines in the humanities and social sciences, at the basic and intermediate level, and to provide them with a deeper grasp of one or more of these disciplines taken at exit level (level 7), as well as to enable them to place new knowledge in context and to use appropriate methods for seeking resolution of problems; To provide learners with a variety of basic scholarly and intellectual competencies, including the ability to question critically the assumptions of a limited range of theories and authorities, and to develop an understanding of elementary research methods used within one or more disciplines; To equip learners with the ability to give an accurate account of scholarly positions and the competence to express their own opinions clearly and coherently, both in written and oral communication; To prepare learners for post learner study; To provide learners with a well-rounded and broad education across a number of disciplines, thus preparing them for a wide range of professions crucial to the welfare of society; To produce learners who are able to think laterally, critically and creatively; To produce learners who are prepared for life-long learning; To produce learners who understand the principles of, and are capable of critical citizenship…Apply

Communication Sciences Degree in Unisa

The purpose of this qualification is to familiarise learners with the content and basic theories of a number of disciplines in the humanities and social sciences, at the basic and intermediate level, and to provide them with a deeper grasp of one or more of these disciplines taken at exit level (level 7), as well as to enable them to place new knowledge in context and to use appropriate methods for seeking resolution of problems; To provide learners with a variety of basic scholarly and intellectual competencies, including the ability to question critically the assumptions of a limited range of theories and authorities, and to develop an understanding of elementary research methods used within one or more disciplines; To equip learners with the ability to give an accurate account of scholarly positions and the competence to express their own opinions clearly and coherently, both in written and oral communication; To prepare learners for post learner study; To provide learners with a well-rounded and broad education across a number of disciplines, thus preparing them for a wide range of professions crucial to the welfare of society; To produce learners who are able to think laterally, critically and creatively; To produce learners who are prepared for life-long learning; To produce learners who understand the principles of, and are capable of critical citizenship.

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