Department Of Journalism & Mass Communication
Studying Journalism and Mass Communication provide students with a quality education in the mass communication and journalism disciplines that is current, relevant, practical, and personal. Students who graduate in journalism will be prepared for entry-level positions as professionals within journalism and related fields.
Goal 1: master professional oral communication and writing skills.
Goal 2: demonstrate professionally competent analysis of media messages.
Goal 3: to recognize and understand the importance of major journalism and communication genres and periods.
Goal 4: Train students for careers and advanced studies in a wide range of Journalism, Public Relations, Advertising and Communications fields.
Specific learning outcomes for Journalism and Mass Communication courses include the following:
- Writing skills and process: Students will be able to write a variety of mass media products, including news stories, press releases, and advertising copy, following accepted journalistic standards.
- Critical Approaches: Students will be able to create and design emerging media products, including blogs, digital audio, digital video, social media, digital photography, and multimedia and understand to how their own critical and thoughtful respond to both explicit and implicit communication of media.
- Oral and written communication skills: Students will be able to prepare, organize, and deliver an engaging oral and written communication presentation though which language he/she expert to write or oral.
- Technical knowledge skills: students will be able to know technical knowledge about media related software as well as video or documentary related process.