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The minor in Event Planning provides DePaul students across the university with a complete understanding of successful event executions that are relevant to their major fields. The course offerings in event planning cover a wide range of subject areas pertinent to successful planning, implementation and evaluation of special events. In addition, students learn to consider event planning processes from multiple perspectives, including logistics, programming, promotions, finance, and sponsorships.
A minor in Event Planning requires students to complete a total of 24 credit hours (six courses). To complete the minor, students must take:
|PRAD 255||PUBLIC RELATIONS||4|
|PRAD 320||EVENT PLANNING||4|
|PRAD 321||ADVANCED EVENT PLANNING||4|
|Select three of the following:||12|
|PRINCIPLES OF ADVERTISING|
|WRITING FOR PUBLIC RELATIONS AND ADVERTISING|
|RESEARCH, DATA AND INSIGHTS|
|DESIGN APPLICATIONS FOR PRAD PROFESSIONALS|
|DIVERSITY & CURRENT ISSUES IN ADVERTISING AND PUBLIC RELATIONS|
|PUBLIC RELATIONS CAMPAIGNS|
|STRATEGIC COMMUNICATION PLANNING|
|ADVANCED WRITING FOR PUBLIC RELATIONS|
|ENGAGING LATINX COMMUNITIES|
|PUBLIC RELATIONS & ADVERTISING ENTREPRENEURS|
|CRISIS COMMUNICATION MANAGEMENT|
|CREATIVITY IN ADVERTISING|
|ADVERTISING MEDIA PLANNING|
|NON-PROFIT PUBLIC RELATIONS|
|INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC RELATIONS|
Students majoring in Public Relations and Advertising can earn this minor.