Bachelor of Arts in Media and Communication (BA)

General

Program Description

Bachelor of Arts in Media and Communication (BA)

The Bachelor of Arts degree in Media and Communication Arts offered by the International University of the Caribbean began in September 2007. Since its inception, it has received growing traction among students interested in careers in media and communication. The programme is a general one and is designed to prepare students for work in the electronic as well as print media.

Additionally, we are proud of our association with the Media Technology Institute, a division of the Cultural Production and Training Centre (CPTC). At this time, our enrolled students are at MTI/CPTC a minimum of one evening per week for the practical components of the degree. Practical courses include Introduction to Radio and Television Production.

Core Courses

  • Introduction to Media and Communication Arts
  • Oral Communication
  • Radio Production
  • Events Planning
  • Contemporary Issues in Media Policy
  • Media
  • History and Politics
  • Writing for Print Media
  • Introduction to Television Production.

Entry Requirements

Persons with five (5) CSEC or GCE subjects, including English may gain entry to the full Bachelor's degree.

Career Opportunities

  • Television/Radio Producer
  • Television/Radio Presenter
  • Reporter/Journalist
  • Professional Actor / Actress
  • Arts Management
  • Graphic Designer
  • Photographer
  • Community Arts Worker
  • Marketing manager
  • Print Media Manager/Specialist

Scholarships are available

Last updated Apr 2019

About the School

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