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Strategic Public Relations (Online)

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Structure and teaching

Structure and content

The course includes six compulsory modules, two optional modules and a dissertation. The taught elements of the course run over two academic years. Master’s students are then expected to carry out a Research Project, starting in October and ending in May, and to submit a 12,000-word Dissertation.

Delivery and assessment

Course materials will be delivered in a number of formats. The primary teaching materials are the original course contents presented in each of the modules. Each module is divided into a number of topics. This material will be available via Succeed, the University of Stirling’s chosen online learning environment. All the topics for a module will usually be available at the start of each module. This content is originally-produced material, written by the course team especially for this course. As well as core materials, module contents include reading lists of additional sources of information students can use to supplement their studying. Assessments include essays, project work, and reports.

Modules

Academic Year 2017/18

  • PREPP85 – Public Relations and Public Communications Theories
  • PREPP83 – Public Relations and Digital Media
  • PREPP84 – Health and Science Communication – not on offer 2016/17
  • PREPP95 – Strategic Communications Research Placement
  • PREPP99 – Communication and Democracy
  • PREPP83 – Public Relations and Digital Media
  • PREPP84 – Health and Science Communication – not on offer 2016/17
  • PREPP95 – Strategic Communications Research Placement
  • PREPP99 – Communication and Democracy

This listing is based on the current curriculum and changes may be made to the course in response to new curriculum developments and innovations. The module information is currently linking to the 2016/17 module listing and the information for 2017/18 will be made available on 21 st April 2017.

Recommended reading

You will be provided with detailed reading lists for each module. These will all contain core texts and suggestions for further reading and revised every year to ensure that they are up to date.

Students coming on the course who wish to familiarise themselves with the basic concepts of public relations should read Tench, R. Yeomans, L. (Eds.). (2009). Exploring public relations (2nd ed.). Harlow, Essex: Pearson Education Ltd.

We suggest that all students buy Heath, R. (Ed.). (2010). The SAGE handbook of public relations (2nd ed.). Thousand Oaks: Sage. This text covers a wide range of theory, research and practice in the field of public relations and will be of great use throughout the course.

Modes of study

Study method

Example timetable

The timetable below is a typical example, but your own timetable may be different.

The first two years of the course run from October until May, with breaks at Christmas and Easter. During this time students are expected to complete three modules in Year 1 and three modules in Year 2 – a total of six modules. The final seven months are devoted to the preparation of a 12,000-word Dissertation presenting an independent piece of research conducted by the student.

There is a three-day residential school every year and students are required to attend at least one during the course of their studies. It is estimated that around ten to twelve hours a week studying is required while studying a module.

Why Stirling?

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REF2014

In REF2014 Stirling was placed 6th in Scotland and 45th in the UK with almost three quarters of research activity rated either world-leading or internationally excellent .

Rating

In the most recent Research Assessment Exercise, around half of the research submitted from the subject areas that now make up the Faculty of Arts and Humanities was judged to be world-leading or internationally excellent in quality, with over 10% of that research placed in the highest (world-leading) category. 85% of the assessed research from the Arts and Humanities was judged to be recognised internationally.

International Students

The University of Stirling welcomes students from around the world. Find out what studying here could be like for you .

Study abroad opportunities

No formal study abroad opportunities at present.

Strengths

Teaching staff on the course have been nominated for a number of RATE awards since they were launched at Stirling.

Careers and employability

Career opportunities

The degree offers the necessary conceptual skills for managerial careers in public relations, organisational communication, corporate communications and communication management and related posts in a variety of contexts and sectors.

Graduates of our online public relations course have successfully advanced their careers in the public relations field, working for a wide range of organisations all round the world. Many of our graduates work in public relations consultancy, including some of the big names in the PR world, and some have even gone on to start their own business. Others stay in academia, going on to gain PhDs and then work as lecturers, teaching and researching public relations in universities.


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Events

  1. Jun 7 Conference on Energy. You are cordially invited to submit your research papers for.
  2. May 22 Ph.D. Synopsis Defence Mr. Tahir Alyas (Computer Science) will be defending his Ph.D.
  3. May 5 M.Phil. Thesis Mr. Fareed Ahmed Khan (Env. Management) will be defending his M.Phil.
  4. May 3 M.Phil. Thesis Defence Mr. Muhammad Ashraf Gondal (Mathematics) will be defending his.
  5. Apr 24 M.Phil. Synopsis Defence. Mr. Muhammad Shahid Rasool (Environmental Management) will be.
  6. One Wheeling
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News

  1. Scholarship Regulation on Application for Government Scholarship for.
  2. Mendeley Hands-on Workshop. The Workshop is on Thursday 2nd March, 2017. All M.Phil and PhD.
  3. Study in China (Beijing). ACEducation Services is pleased to announce that we are accepting.
  4. Examination Postponed Examination of Evening Programs to be held on Wednesday 4th January.
  5. Paper Published M.Phil. students of computer science department have successfully.

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