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2016-2017 Undergraduate Bulletin 
2016-2017 Undergraduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED BULLETIN]

Advertising Certificate

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M. Teresa Valero, Art/Graphic Design

Advisory Board
Mark Brewin, Communication
Bill Hinkle, Communication

Local and State Advisory Board
Jim Knight, Jim Knight Design
Steve Turnbo, Schnake Turnbo Frank
Les Boyle, ROI Media, Inc.
David Littlefield, Littlefield, Inc.
Jim Wilburn, Winnercomm, Inc.
Dave Poth, Mazzio’s Corporation
Dick Schmitz, Irving, Productions
Johnny Graham, Cloud 9 Productions
Pat Baldwin, KTUL, Channel 8
Mike Vrabac, KJRH, Channel 2
Regina Moon, Red Cross
Vic Bailey, Cox Communications
John Bowen, Cox Communications
Jim Langdon, Langdon Publications
Forrest Cameron, Greater Tulsa Reporter Newspapers
Lee Hubby, Clear Channel Radio
Dan Lawrie, Cox Radio
Rick Cohn, KJRH, Channel 2
Ryan Rex, Rex PR
Jon Phillips, Renda Broadcasting
Libby Bender, Libby & Company
Winston Peraza, CubicCreative
Can Misirlioglu, Robert Green and Associates, RGA NY

The certificate in advertising, better known as the Ad Program at TU, has been crafted to offer the aspiring marketing communications, advertising, media, public relations, graphic design, and broadcast video production student a concentrated, comprehensive program designed to prepare the graduate for a lucrative position in the account service and/or creative field.

Certificate Requirements

Students will be required to complete 21 credit hours to be chosen from an approved list of courses, some of which will satisfy general curriculum requirements. Courses are to be chosen from a minimum of two academic departments (art and communication).

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