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ADPR 3850: Public Relations
University of Georgia

ADPR 3850 Public Relations is an Advertising course at UGA taught by the following professor: Micheal Caccitore.
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  • Class rating 4/5
    Reber is a really good guy and wants you to do well in his class. However, he gives you grading options, which can help your grade. All you have to do is memorize the powerpoints and the textbook, and you will ace his tests. His TA graded the projects VERY easily, so I would do that because it's an easy A. :) The tests are not hard but you definitely need to read the book to make As on them because many of the questions are straight from the book. There are a ton of extra credit opportunities. Choose the project option because they're graded easily and don't take too long. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    Dr. Reber knows everything there is to know about PR. tests aren't bad but the class itself is pretty boring, he tries to make it fun though. I would take him again. Choose how you are graded and the tests are pretty easy and straightforward I haven't earned less than an 86 on a test. If you put in the work to study, the class should be a breeze. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    Dr. Reber's class was pretty dull as far as lectures go. He really knows his stuff (and wrote the textbook). I recommend reading the assigned chapters to keep up with what's going on in the class (it also makes studying for his tests easier). Tests won't be easy if you don't put the time into studying the material (but the material is not too difficult). Class is lecture-based powerpoints. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 4/5
    Dr. Reber makes a boring class more interesting by showing video clips and talking about current events. For the average student, some of the concepts can be a bit vague and unclear, but in all honesty, just make SURE you pick option 3 (attendance, 3 exams, and a project), and you'll be fine. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 4/5
    I LOVED the project portion of this class, because I felt like I was actually applying the things I was learning. He reads off the powerpoint which he puts online. I would recommend reading the book (he wrote it). I skimmed through the chapters before each test and did well. It wasn't a tough class. He gives you an option on how to be graded. I would recommend the test and attendance route. Slides are given to you in the Bel Jean packet and tests are not difficult. Just go over your slides and read the short chapters. Sometimes I didnt have time to read and just read the summaries. Take it! ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    I had to take this class as a Grady elective, but it was extremely boring. He uses his time in class very efficiently. You must go to class and read the book. The tests can be tricky. Do no wait until the last minute to start studying for the test! He gives extra credit opportunities. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    I strongly recommend option 3, he grades the projects really easy as long as you put a little effort into it. Tests are tough, though and he usually puts on intentionally tricky options. Make sure to choose the third option if you would like an A. Going to class also definitely helps. So, if you're a PR major, you will probably find the lectures (though long) interesting. There are a few chapters that he'll warn you beforehand that are just inherently boring. He gives endless extra credit opportunities and is always available after class or at office hours to answer questions ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    Absolutely loved the class! Either way, make sure to read the book for more in-depth explanations. If you are a good test-taker and can memorize well, don't be afraid to choose option 1, bc errors can be made on attendance and the project is graded subjectively. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    Paying attention in class isn't crucial, but it helps familiarize you with topics that will be on the test. Extremely easy class, just come to class (attendance is mandatory and part of your grade) and listen to him lecture. Notes are given to you. Tests are directly from the notes! 3 test and no final, and Dr. Reber has a lot of knowledge about PR. DO the project option and ATTEND CLASS. You can definitely get an A if you work hard. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    Dr. Reber is a fantastic teacher. The project is pretty involved and takes quite a bit of work! Loren, his TA really is NOT friendly. I do like reber though, he is sweet and pretty humorous. You have to buy a workbook at the print shop, which has all the class's slides. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    Easy Class and Dr. Reber is a great professor. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 4/5
    You choose from 6 options how you want to be graded, like just tests, or plus attendance and project. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    Great teacher. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 4/5
    Reber is a great teacher, and has a lot of expertise in the Public Relations area. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    Great professor! ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 3/5
    Professor Reber is a nice man overall, but a very boring professor. He puts a lot of material on each test and they mostly consist of lists which all seem to say the same thing. Grades are pretty low considering it (should be) just memorization and there isn't much application. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 3/5
    I took this class as an elective thinking it would be fun but it was SUPER BORING. He reads off of a powerpoint which he gives you online. Offers to let you choose what you want to be graded on (Tests only, Test + attendance, Tests + attendance + project). Tests are hard so I recommend doing the 2nd or 3rd option to help boost your test average. Choose Option 2 if you are a good test taker, and Option 3 if you are not sure if you are. The lectures are kind of useless because pretty much everything on the tests come from the books. Also, start working on your project early. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 4/5
    He does notes off powerpoint everyday which is alright, but when the test rolls around you will have to look everything up again anyways. You can choose grading options, which is nice. His tests are straight memorizing from the book and power points but i felt like it was a lot of memorizing useless bullets of information. fair grader though, and i heard the project is fun and graded easily. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 3/5
    You choose in the beginning of the semester different options of how your grade will be determined. His classes were fun to go to, and his lectures were very interesting most of the time. Just study the material and go to class. He gives you options in the syllabus, so if you want, you can only take tests, or you can do projects along with them to help boost your grade. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 4/5
    I love dr. reber! ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 1/5
    Terrible, dull, teaching style right off the powerpoint with a note-packet. You would think it's an easy A, but watch it. Avoid him if you can. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 4/5
    She is a knowledgeable professor with a lot of enthusiasm for PR. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 4/5
    I agree with the most recent comment. There is an optional project, and I recommend doing it if you don't have a super busy schedule. Dr. Lariscy is pationate and knowledgable about PR. The tests aren't too bad if you go to class and actually pay attention. You can do well if you put some effort into the class. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 4/5
    I don't agree with these other comments. I thought her tests covered what she taught and the chapters in the book. She cares very much about her students, and wants to help you. She told us exactly which slides were and were not on the test. I enjoyed this class. Lots of extra credit, and choices on how you are graded. She is a very nice woman and knows a lot. She gets off track a lot and we didn't really talk about the book at all. Most of what we learned was through projects and presentations. It was a good class...interesting speakers and I learned a lot about PR. Take her. Don't listen to the bad comments! ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    Take the honors section if you can. Class is usually pretty interesting but material can be kind of dry. Just go to class, pay attention, and read the book and you should do well on the tests. Do the Press kit project option, it will help your grade a lot. She is very clear about telling you which slides are on the test and which are not. Also, there was plenty of extra credit opportunities that were not time consuming or difficult. The tests were fairly easy and I never read the textbook. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    She knows what she is talking about and she genuinely cares about her students. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    I thought this class was great. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 2/5
    This class was awful. Some people do not like her style of teaching. She goes by her on notes and sometimes skips things. Sometimes its not clear what will be on the test and what won't. There is a group project, it's fun to do, but not needed to get an A or B. If you study for the test you should do fine in the class She screwed the entire class over with the tests and when everyone complained she acted as though she could care less. She was hardly ever there, didn't keep us informed, and barely ended up teaching us anything. To top it off, anyone who took the final now has their entire grade messed up in Oasis. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 3/5
    This class is a lot harder than I expected. I have done well on the tests (due to many hours of intense studying) but many others haven't. There are more speakers than actual lecture which don't really help out for the test. You get to choose how you are graded and I would def. recommend doing the group project. They're just multiple choice, but sometimes she doesn't give you all the info. There are lots of ways to get your grade. You can do a group project, but I wouldn't suggest it. I did it, and I really didn't get a lot out of it. I liked the class better at the beginning. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 4/5
    This is a great class to take. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 3/5
    The class itself is interesting, but the tests are kind of tricky. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 2/5
    I took her honors class and I was pretty excited since public relations is my major and I had heard great things about her but I was disappointed. She's crazy. She would much rather talk about her political campaigns and/or the state of Missoura than public relations. She was a poor representation of what I feel Grady is, and I was less than thrilled with her class. Avoid her! ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 2/5
    This class was not helpful. The tests never were over a single one of the useless things we did in class. When we asked what we were supposed to study, we were told to just read all four of the chapters and memorize everything. Then the test wasn't even on the assigned material. I'd rather gargle a bucket of diarrhea than ever take this class again. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 1/5
    This class can lick one. She got sick halfway through the semester and didn't attend the second half. I understand if she couldn't come to class because of illness, but she expected too much of us, considering we didn't even have a teacher. There was little to no direction. We didn't learn a thing. This class is a waste of time. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 1/5
    Boo, Lariscy. I don't feel that I learned anything. However, I have to say she is an amazing person with lots of energy and just about the sweetest person I know. She would be an excellent grandma but not professor. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 4/5
    Overall he made this class cake. Absolutely take the class One of my favorite people ever. 10/10 would take again, would email again, all of the above. Take him if you love yourself. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    Michael Cacciatore is the best professor at UGA without a doubt. You get to pick how you want your grade to be based on (all tests, some tests and discussion questions, or some tests and a paper). He offers lots of extra credit and makes the test very fair. I highly recommend! ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    Take him! He has great lectures where he really encourages discussion from the group. He's hilarious and very laid back. The information is pretty interesting and easy to learn. He also lets you choose from five different grading options, so you choose if you want attendance to be a factor or not. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    Would 100% take him again. He allows you to choose how you want to be graded, so you can work around your learning styles. He is really funny. If you look at his powerpoints and literally just study a night or two in advance, you should be able to pull an A in the class. You can chose your grading style (all tests vs tests & other things to make your grade less test heavy). His power points are posted on ELC & tell you absolutely everything you need to know. Learn the best way to study for yourself (I wrote the powerpoints) & you're fine! ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    the BEST! He gives you different grading options for the course that you get to choose from on how you want to be graded. If you memorize the powerpoints you will get an A on every test and he offers a lot of extra credit! He's also so nice and funny ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    Awesome professor! Study from the slides the two nights before a test and you will pass with flying colors. Lots of grading options to fit your style. Good for an easy upper level elective. Be warned if you aren't interested in PR some of this class will be painfully boring and will feel unnecessary. That being said he was overall fun He is not the most interesting guy in the world, but the material he teaches is very interesting (if you are in the major). He goes off on tangents but in class lecture, he goes in depth about all the material. Going to class and reading the textbook helps, but it is not required. 10/10 would recommend! ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    This guy is really cool! He posts his powerpoints online, so before a test, you can look over them and have all of the information you need to get an A on the test. Everything is very clear, and the information is basic I'm not even a PR major and I got an A on every test. Attendance is mandatory. Mike definitely made Public Relations interesting and the tests are very straight forward! I looked forward to this class and would recommend it to everyone I know! ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    He's amazing. He wants his students to do well, lectures do get boring, but he really enjoys the topic so it's not too bad. He lets his students choose the way they want to be graded... some of the options are: only tests, tests and discussion posts, tests and final paper. Also, offers so many extra credit opportunities! Take his class and enjoy! I sure did! Kept me engaged ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    Absolutely loved him and would do anything to take another course with him! All the tests are directly from the lectures he uploads online. So much extra credit too. You get to pick your grading style. Study 2 hours the day before a test and you will get A's ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    Michael is a great teacher! His class is super easy, and you can do well on tests by studying powerpoints. He really tries to make a pretty boring subject interesting and he encourages class participation. You get to choose how you're graded and I wish I would not have chosen the attendance option! Choose the just tests option and don't waste your time! ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    Dr. Cacciatore offers LOTS of extra credit. He even gave us options of how we wanted to be graded at the beginning of the semester (attendance wasn't mandatory if you didn't want it to be). Tests weren't that hard - study the Powerpoints, don't bother buying the book. Obviously really knowledgeable of PR. He had a pretty good sense of humor with the class. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    Attending class is totally optional. Great lecturer and great teacher. Truly passionate about teaching and gives easy tests. Memorize the slides and you'll get an A. Highly recommend. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 4/5
    Professor Cacciatore is seriously great. All the notes are on elc and he allows laptops in class. The tests are super easy. There are three different types of attendance policies. There are a lot of guest lecturers but they are kind of interesting and better than learning material. Low investment class. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 4/5
    I liked this because in the first few classes, he lays out exactly what he expects of you. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    No pop quizzes, only four tests. ...Continue reading

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  • Class rating 4/5
    Reber is a really good guy and wants you to do well in his class. However, he gives you grading options, which can help your grade. All you have to do is memorize the powerpoints and the textbook, and you will ace his tests. His TA graded the projects VERY easily, so I would do that because it's an easy A. :) The tests are not hard but you definitely need to read the book to make As on them because many of the questions are straight from the book. There are a ton of extra credit opportunities. Choose the project option because they're graded easily and don't take too long. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    Dr. Reber knows everything there is to know about PR. tests aren't bad but the class itself is pretty boring, he tries to make it fun though. I would take him again. Choose how you are graded and the tests are pretty easy and straightforward I haven't earned less than an 86 on a test. If you put in the work to study, the class should be a breeze. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    Dr. Reber's class was pretty dull as far as lectures go. He really knows his stuff (and wrote the textbook). I recommend reading the assigned chapters to keep up with what's going on in the class (it also makes studying for his tests easier). Tests won't be easy if you don't put the time into studying the material (but the material is not too difficult). Class is lecture-based powerpoints. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 4/5
    Dr. Reber makes a boring class more interesting by showing video clips and talking about current events. For the average student, some of the concepts can be a bit vague and unclear, but in all honesty, just make SURE you pick option 3 (attendance, 3 exams, and a project), and you'll be fine. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 4/5
    I LOVED the project portion of this class, because I felt like I was actually applying the things I was learning. He reads off the powerpoint which he puts online. I would recommend reading the book (he wrote it). I skimmed through the chapters before each test and did well. It wasn't a tough class. He gives you an option on how to be graded. I would recommend the test and attendance route. Slides are given to you in the Bel Jean packet and tests are not difficult. Just go over your slides and read the short chapters. Sometimes I didnt have time to read and just read the summaries. Take it! ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    I had to take this class as a Grady elective, but it was extremely boring. He uses his time in class very efficiently. You must go to class and read the book. The tests can be tricky. Do no wait until the last minute to start studying for the test! He gives extra credit opportunities. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    I strongly recommend option 3, he grades the projects really easy as long as you put a little effort into it. Tests are tough, though and he usually puts on intentionally tricky options. Make sure to choose the third option if you would like an A. Going to class also definitely helps. So, if you're a PR major, you will probably find the lectures (though long) interesting. There are a few chapters that he'll warn you beforehand that are just inherently boring. He gives endless extra credit opportunities and is always available after class or at office hours to answer questions ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    Absolutely loved the class! Either way, make sure to read the book for more in-depth explanations. If you are a good test-taker and can memorize well, don't be afraid to choose option 1, bc errors can be made on attendance and the project is graded subjectively. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    Paying attention in class isn't crucial, but it helps familiarize you with topics that will be on the test. Extremely easy class, just come to class (attendance is mandatory and part of your grade) and listen to him lecture. Notes are given to you. Tests are directly from the notes! 3 test and no final, and Dr. Reber has a lot of knowledge about PR. DO the project option and ATTEND CLASS. You can definitely get an A if you work hard. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    Dr. Reber is a fantastic teacher. The project is pretty involved and takes quite a bit of work! Loren, his TA really is NOT friendly. I do like reber though, he is sweet and pretty humorous. You have to buy a workbook at the print shop, which has all the class's slides. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    Easy Class and Dr. Reber is a great professor. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 4/5
    You choose from 6 options how you want to be graded, like just tests, or plus attendance and project. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    Great teacher. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 4/5
    Reber is a great teacher, and has a lot of expertise in the Public Relations area. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    Great professor! ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 3/5
    Professor Reber is a nice man overall, but a very boring professor. He puts a lot of material on each test and they mostly consist of lists which all seem to say the same thing. Grades are pretty low considering it (should be) just memorization and there isn't much application. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 3/5
    I took this class as an elective thinking it would be fun but it was SUPER BORING. He reads off of a powerpoint which he gives you online. Offers to let you choose what you want to be graded on (Tests only, Test + attendance, Tests + attendance + project). Tests are hard so I recommend doing the 2nd or 3rd option to help boost your test average. Choose Option 2 if you are a good test taker, and Option 3 if you are not sure if you are. The lectures are kind of useless because pretty much everything on the tests come from the books. Also, start working on your project early. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 4/5
    He does notes off powerpoint everyday which is alright, but when the test rolls around you will have to look everything up again anyways. You can choose grading options, which is nice. His tests are straight memorizing from the book and power points but i felt like it was a lot of memorizing useless bullets of information. fair grader though, and i heard the project is fun and graded easily. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 3/5
    You choose in the beginning of the semester different options of how your grade will be determined. His classes were fun to go to, and his lectures were very interesting most of the time. Just study the material and go to class. He gives you options in the syllabus, so if you want, you can only take tests, or you can do projects along with them to help boost your grade. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 4/5
    I love dr. reber! ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 1/5
    Terrible, dull, teaching style right off the powerpoint with a note-packet. You would think it's an easy A, but watch it. Avoid him if you can. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 4/5
    She is a knowledgeable professor with a lot of enthusiasm for PR. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 4/5
    I agree with the most recent comment. There is an optional project, and I recommend doing it if you don't have a super busy schedule. Dr. Lariscy is pationate and knowledgable about PR. The tests aren't too bad if you go to class and actually pay attention. You can do well if you put some effort into the class. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 4/5
    I don't agree with these other comments. I thought her tests covered what she taught and the chapters in the book. She cares very much about her students, and wants to help you. She told us exactly which slides were and were not on the test. I enjoyed this class. Lots of extra credit, and choices on how you are graded. She is a very nice woman and knows a lot. She gets off track a lot and we didn't really talk about the book at all. Most of what we learned was through projects and presentations. It was a good class...interesting speakers and I learned a lot about PR. Take her. Don't listen to the bad comments! ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    Take the honors section if you can. Class is usually pretty interesting but material can be kind of dry. Just go to class, pay attention, and read the book and you should do well on the tests. Do the Press kit project option, it will help your grade a lot. She is very clear about telling you which slides are on the test and which are not. Also, there was plenty of extra credit opportunities that were not time consuming or difficult. The tests were fairly easy and I never read the textbook. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    She knows what she is talking about and she genuinely cares about her students. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    I thought this class was great. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 2/5
    This class was awful. Some people do not like her style of teaching. She goes by her on notes and sometimes skips things. Sometimes its not clear what will be on the test and what won't. There is a group project, it's fun to do, but not needed to get an A or B. If you study for the test you should do fine in the class She screwed the entire class over with the tests and when everyone complained she acted as though she could care less. She was hardly ever there, didn't keep us informed, and barely ended up teaching us anything. To top it off, anyone who took the final now has their entire grade messed up in Oasis. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 3/5
    This class is a lot harder than I expected. I have done well on the tests (due to many hours of intense studying) but many others haven't. There are more speakers than actual lecture which don't really help out for the test. You get to choose how you are graded and I would def. recommend doing the group project. They're just multiple choice, but sometimes she doesn't give you all the info. There are lots of ways to get your grade. You can do a group project, but I wouldn't suggest it. I did it, and I really didn't get a lot out of it. I liked the class better at the beginning. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 4/5
    This is a great class to take. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 3/5
    The class itself is interesting, but the tests are kind of tricky. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 2/5
    I took her honors class and I was pretty excited since public relations is my major and I had heard great things about her but I was disappointed. She's crazy. She would much rather talk about her political campaigns and/or the state of Missoura than public relations. She was a poor representation of what I feel Grady is, and I was less than thrilled with her class. Avoid her! ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 2/5
    This class was not helpful. The tests never were over a single one of the useless things we did in class. When we asked what we were supposed to study, we were told to just read all four of the chapters and memorize everything. Then the test wasn't even on the assigned material. I'd rather gargle a bucket of diarrhea than ever take this class again. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 1/5
    This class can lick one. She got sick halfway through the semester and didn't attend the second half. I understand if she couldn't come to class because of illness, but she expected too much of us, considering we didn't even have a teacher. There was little to no direction. We didn't learn a thing. This class is a waste of time. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 1/5
    Boo, Lariscy. I don't feel that I learned anything. However, I have to say she is an amazing person with lots of energy and just about the sweetest person I know. She would be an excellent grandma but not professor. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 4/5
    Overall he made this class cake. Absolutely take the class One of my favorite people ever. 10/10 would take again, would email again, all of the above. Take him if you love yourself. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    Michael Cacciatore is the best professor at UGA without a doubt. You get to pick how you want your grade to be based on (all tests, some tests and discussion questions, or some tests and a paper). He offers lots of extra credit and makes the test very fair. I highly recommend! ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    Take him! He has great lectures where he really encourages discussion from the group. He's hilarious and very laid back. The information is pretty interesting and easy to learn. He also lets you choose from five different grading options, so you choose if you want attendance to be a factor or not. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    Would 100% take him again. He allows you to choose how you want to be graded, so you can work around your learning styles. He is really funny. If you look at his powerpoints and literally just study a night or two in advance, you should be able to pull an A in the class. You can chose your grading style (all tests vs tests & other things to make your grade less test heavy). His power points are posted on ELC & tell you absolutely everything you need to know. Learn the best way to study for yourself (I wrote the powerpoints) & you're fine! ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    the BEST! He gives you different grading options for the course that you get to choose from on how you want to be graded. If you memorize the powerpoints you will get an A on every test and he offers a lot of extra credit! He's also so nice and funny ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    Awesome professor! Study from the slides the two nights before a test and you will pass with flying colors. Lots of grading options to fit your style. Good for an easy upper level elective. Be warned if you aren't interested in PR some of this class will be painfully boring and will feel unnecessary. That being said he was overall fun He is not the most interesting guy in the world, but the material he teaches is very interesting (if you are in the major). He goes off on tangents but in class lecture, he goes in depth about all the material. Going to class and reading the textbook helps, but it is not required. 10/10 would recommend! ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    This guy is really cool! He posts his powerpoints online, so before a test, you can look over them and have all of the information you need to get an A on the test. Everything is very clear, and the information is basic I'm not even a PR major and I got an A on every test. Attendance is mandatory. Mike definitely made Public Relations interesting and the tests are very straight forward! I looked forward to this class and would recommend it to everyone I know! ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    He's amazing. He wants his students to do well, lectures do get boring, but he really enjoys the topic so it's not too bad. He lets his students choose the way they want to be graded... some of the options are: only tests, tests and discussion posts, tests and final paper. Also, offers so many extra credit opportunities! Take his class and enjoy! I sure did! Kept me engaged ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    Absolutely loved him and would do anything to take another course with him! All the tests are directly from the lectures he uploads online. So much extra credit too. You get to pick your grading style. Study 2 hours the day before a test and you will get A's ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    Michael is a great teacher! His class is super easy, and you can do well on tests by studying powerpoints. He really tries to make a pretty boring subject interesting and he encourages class participation. You get to choose how you're graded and I wish I would not have chosen the attendance option! Choose the just tests option and don't waste your time! ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    Dr. Cacciatore offers LOTS of extra credit. He even gave us options of how we wanted to be graded at the beginning of the semester (attendance wasn't mandatory if you didn't want it to be). Tests weren't that hard - study the Powerpoints, don't bother buying the book. Obviously really knowledgeable of PR. He had a pretty good sense of humor with the class. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    Attending class is totally optional. Great lecturer and great teacher. Truly passionate about teaching and gives easy tests. Memorize the slides and you'll get an A. Highly recommend. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 4/5
    Professor Cacciatore is seriously great. All the notes are on elc and he allows laptops in class. The tests are super easy. There are three different types of attendance policies. There are a lot of guest lecturers but they are kind of interesting and better than learning material. Low investment class. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 4/5
    I liked this because in the first few classes, he lays out exactly what he expects of you. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    No pop quizzes, only four tests. ...Continue reading