Public Relations Costs

Program Costs

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According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, individuals with a bachelor’s degree make, on average, 33% more than individuals without a bachelor’s degree. Earning your degree prepares you for advanced positions and more earning potential throughout your career.

Your total Public Relations Online degree costs at Boise State may vary depending on your previous credits. The following is an example of the total program cost for a student completing the 60 credits of program-specific courses required to graduate with a Bachelor of Arts in Public Relations.

Total Program Investment

DescriptionCost
Boise State Undergraduate Admissions Application Fee$50
Courses (60 total credits @ $350 per credit*)$21,000
Books (21 total classes @ estimated $100 per class)$2,100
Graduation Application Fee$20
Approximate Total Investment$23,170
Other potential expenses may include a personal computer, webcam, headphones with microphone and internet access, all of which are all required for this program.Varies

*The per credit fees listed above are for the 2018-19 academic year. Future academic year per credit fees may vary slightly and are finalized each May. Total program cost does not include foundational courses. Boise State Employees: Tuition waivers do not apply to this program. For more details about other costs, see How Much Does It Cost?

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"The need for organizations to maintain their public image will continue to drive employment growth. Candidates can expect strong competition for jobs at advertising and public relations firms and organizations with large media exposure." U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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