Corporate Communication & PR
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Communication is not only at the core of every industry, but at the core of human life. As modern technology continues to evolve, more and more companies seek communication professionals that can help them achieve their goals and foster positive relationships with their publics.
A Bachelor’s degree in Communications is not only valuable in the working world, but can also serve as a foundation for those that are looking to expand their studies in the future, and can be complemented by Master’s degrees in many diverse fields. The Communication and Media degree at UNYP aims to meet the urgent need for communication professionals who understand the central role of communication in today’s world, and can make it work for the betterment of society.
A degree in Communication and Media at UNYP gives you the ability to progress into a wide variety of different careers, from public relations to conflict resolution. You’ll not only gain highly sought after skills, but will develop a critical and creative ‘thinking out of the box’ world view, making you highly sought after by a seemingly unlimited range of companies and organizations.
Our graduates truly know no boundaries:
The secret of a UNYP Communications degree is its comprehensiveness. You will explore all key aspects of Communication, and will graduate with in-depth theoretical knowledge intertwined with practical skills that can be applied to a vast number of careers. Learn what it takes to develop a news story, create a PR plan, convince the public to buy your product, and understand how to overcome modern-day communication challenges. Our courses are designed with the future in mind to equip you with the skills you need to succeed.
Dual degree option: Students in this American bachelor’s degree program have the option of sitting the Czech state exams upon completion of their program. Successful candidates are then awarded dual degrees consisting of both an American degree from the State University of New York, Empire State University and a European degree from UNYP.