Studying journalism will allow students to become a reporter, an author, a public relations specialist. It involves the preparation of written, pictorial, or audio material used for dissemination through public media with reference to factual, on-going events of public concern.
As the largest and most populous continent in the world, Asia consists of a wide variety of ethnic groups, cultures, environments, economics, historical ties, and governmental systems.
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The program aims to teach students the art of writing press articles and reports and how to produce professional journal articles and reports. The components of the curri
General Information of the Program:
Teaching Language: Arabic
Credit Hours: 132
Duration of Study: 4 years
The program aims to teach students the art of writing press articles and reports and how to produce professional journal articles and reports. The components of the curriculum focus on the needs of the local and regional market. The curriculum contains a practical training component which is implemented through the newspaper of the faculty of Journalism “Sahfat Al Yarmouk, which is issued weekly and functions as a laboratory for students to gain their writing and professional experience.
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Journalism and Mass Communication (JMC) is a globalized program in regard to course content, sources of teachers, internship institutions and future employment. As part o
Journalism and Mass Communication (JMC) is a globalized program in regard to course content, sources of teachers, internship institutions and future employment. As part of International College, JMC not only recruits students with superior English ability but also multilingual students from all around the world. We also provide multilingual projects to give our students more practical opportunities. In the future, one of our goals is to cultivate professional foreign language emcees. For furthering their studies, JMC students can also apply to New Media and Communication Administration Program to study at Ming Chuan University-Michigan Location.
Our mission is to develop responsible professionals with academic knowledge, practical abilities, and people skills to serve international communities by means of journalism and mass communication. We aim to provide students with a comprehensive learning environment to develop responsible professionals by promoting honesty and integrity. Our aim is to educate students with academic knowledge and practical abilities to adapt to and excel in the ever-changing media landscape. JMC program helps students to cultivate communication capabilities and people skills for better mutual understanding and interpersonal relationships and inspires students to care for and better serve the well-being of the international society....
Broadcast and Journalism students master the art of print and visual narratives and study how to artfully combine an understanding of a subject with creativity in order t
Join Stamford’s Communication Arts program and begin your career in the exciting and dynamic field of communication and media. Enhance your skills with professional facilities such as industry-standard audio-visual equipment and state-of-the-art edit suites.
Broadcast and Journalism students master the art of print and visual narratives and study how to artfully combine an understanding of a subject with creativity in order to shape people’s view of the world. Our exciting curriculum is taught and designed by professionals with extensive industry experience – both in Thailand and further afield.
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Hong Kong Baptist University School of Communication
International Journalism Concentration prepares students for the important role of informing Hong Kong about the world and the world about Hong Kong. Developing students’
Students in the Journalism Major pursue studies in three major areas: (1) professional journalism, in which students learn the principles and skills of gathering, presenting, and producing news and current affairs; (2) theoretical foundations of the profession, in which students develop a conceptual understanding of the profession and its role in society through legal, ethical, political, historical, economic and media communication theory courses; and (3) complementary studies of the relationship between broadcast or print or internet journalism and society as well as the way politics, government, business, and law operate in both local and international communities....