Advance Your Career With a Graduate Degree From Webster

Alumni from our Global Campuses

(No longer accepting applications for this program.
It will be replaced by the MA in Strategic Communications.)

Start Your Next Chapter

The Master of Arts in Public Relations is intended for those who have an interest in public relations, and is designed to help students achieve their professional goals — whatever those may be. The program balances the practical application of public relations skills with real-world knowledge and communication theory. The degree will give students insights into how key components, such as entrepreneurship, cultural globalization and ethical communication are shaping the current practice and understanding of public relations.


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The Webster Advantage

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We Serve Your Needs

With unparalleled flexibility and accessible online programs, Webster University allows anyone the chance to achieve the same, excellent education that traditional classrooms offer. Earn the same degree, regardless of the way you attend class. At Webster, you make the decision about your education.

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Alumni Success and Job Outlook

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Public Relations graduates qualify for many communication positions, and have a bright future ahead of them: jobs for public relations positions are predicted to increase 8% through 2031, and there is a wide variety of employment opportunities. Graduates will have the ability to work in varying types of organizations such as universities, sport teams, private businesses and more.

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Take the next step toward earning your degree. We are here to help.


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Contact the Admissions Office to Find Out More

If you have more questions about the program, your application or other enrollment-related inquiries, contact our Admissions Office.

Call 314-246-7800 or 800-753-6765 or send an email to