Bachelor of Public Relations (Honours)

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Find your fit in public relations

Choose from three options and prepare for a career in public relations.

Do you..Consider:
Have a secondary school diploma?Applying to the PR diploma or Bachelor of PR degree
Have one of the following diplomas from Conestoga College? Bridging to the Bachelor of PR degree – in five years total you will graduate with both a diploma and degree
Hold an undergraduate degree or diploma from a recognized post-secondary institution?Applying to the PR graduate certificate
Have experience in the field but don’t have a diploma or degree?Leveraging your experience* for entry to the PR diploma, PR degree or PR graduate certificate
*Through a process called PLAR, mature students may be eligible to demonstrate their knowledge to a program panel.

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