Curriculum

Public Relations, Full-Time, Bachelor, class 2014

1 semester
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1 CM101 Theory of Communications C 6
2 CM103 Language Culture C 7
3 PS101 Psychology C 6
4 SO201 Democracy and Human Rights C 5
5 LN112 English I E -
2 semester
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1 CM102 Speech Communication C 6
2 CM107 Globalisation and Communications C 3
3 CM111 Theory and History of Public Relations C 5
4 IT102 Information Technologies C 4
5 SO102 Sociology C 6
6 LN112 English I E 12
3 semester
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1 CM201 Rhetoric C 6
2 CM205 Contemporary Bulgarian Language - part I C 6
3 CM222 Press Journalism C 6
4 PS501 Psychology of Personality C 6
5 LN212 English II E -
4 semester
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1 CM202 Theory and Practice of Text C 6
2 CM303 Contemporary Bulgarian Language - part II C 6
3 CM323 Journalism Genres C 4
4 CM326 Journalism Internship (in the Press) C 3
5 PS202 Social Psychology C 5
6 LN212 English II E 12
5 semester
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1 CM307 Communication Strategies and Tactics C 4
2 CM313 Business Communications C 6
3 CM317 Tourist Destinations in Bulgaria C 3
4 CM318 Professional Ethics C 4
5 CM319 One-Month Summer Internship I C 5
6 CM331 Event Management C 3
7 IT401 Multimedia Technologies C 5
6 semester
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1 CM221 Speech Techniques C 4
2 CM312 Communication with the Media C 5
3 CM314 Practical Course in Public Relations - part I C 4
4 CM315 Advertising and Planning an Advertising Campaign C 5
5 PS302 Psycholinguistics C 6
6 ST302 Introduction to Statistics C 6
7 semester
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1 CM301 Politics and Media C 3
2 CM401 Stylistics C 5
3 CM405 Information Competence in Communications C 6
4 CM410 Summer Internship II C 5
5 CM413 Communication Skills - Radio and TV C 5
6 BA331 Marketing Research E 3
7 CM403 Graduation Project Development E 3
8 CM415 Projects Development E 3
9 CM420 Political PR and Pre - election Campaign E 3
8 semester
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1 CM404 Online Communications and Social Networks C 3
2 CM414 Image Building C 4
3 CM417 Protocol and Etiquette C 3
4 CM418 Practical Course in Public Relations - part II C 3
5 CM432 Regional Media and PR Communications C 4
6 CM323 Journalism Genres E 3
7 CM416 PR Research and Evaluation E 3
8 CM424 Mediation in Conflicts E 3

Basic scheme of the curriculum
Compulsory subjects 197 credits
Elective subjects 33 credits
State Exam, Graduation Thesis 10 credits
Summary 240 credits

The basic scheme of the curriculum provides for the accumulation of 60 credits per academic year, 30 per semester, acquired by compulsory and elective subjects.

Optional courses credits are over credits acquired in the main draw of the curriculum and not replace them.

Credits from two-semester courses is awarded after successful completion of the entire course.

Legend: C = Compulsory, E = Elective, O = Optional