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COURSEWORK

I've chosen my path at IU carefully. I have picked a curriculum that takes a deep dive into my (many) interests, but also will allow me to acquire the skills needed for any career. It's all part of my 2-2-3-4 Plan at IU:

2 Minor.

2 Certificates and Notations.

3 Majors.

4 Years.

Four years. One path.

2

minors

Urban Planning/Community Development and Religious Studies

3

MAJORS

Journalism (concentration in public relations), political science (concentration in law), and economics.

2

CERTIFICATES AND NOTATIONS

The Liberal Arts and Management Program's business certificate and the Hutton Honors College Notation

 
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FEATURED COURSEWORK

MSCH-R 348

PUBLIC RELATIONS RESEARCh and planning

College: The Media School, College of Arts and Sciences

Department: Journalism

Term: Fall 2021

CLASS DESCRIPTION: This class examines how research plays a crucial role in decision making. The course demands students plan an extensive research study on a timely issue. My semester, the course looked at the future of electric vehicles. 

MY WORK: Each group was assigned a mock client. My group's assigned mock client was General Motors. Throughout the semester, we completed a variety of analyses, including a secondary analysis, quantitative analysis, and qualitative analysis. All of our research was combined and used to craft a series of public relations recommendations to GM. At the end of the course, we created a mock pitch if we were sitting in front of GM's public relations team.

 

Why I chose IU

There are so many reasons. Here's one:

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IU's campus just might be the prettiest in the world.

Click for more reasons why I am so happy to be at IU!

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Full schedule of coursework

FALL 2020

21 Credits. 7 courses.
  1. Honours Seminar in Journalism

  2. Media 101 for Honours

  3. Heuristics and Biases (Honours Seminar)

  4. Visual Communications

  5. Introduction to Modern Hebrew I

  6. Political Analysis

  7. PR Officers and the Press