The graduate will have gained theoretical and practical skills in the area of communication, mass media and other related branches of social sciences. The student will be able to:

  • Recognize mass media as a system of interrelated forces, including historical and theoretical foundations, economic dynamics, technological advances, regulatory constraints, and ethical concerns.
  • Demonstrate the capability for critical reasoning and analysis of complex issues in media and society.
  • Exhibit knowledge and capability in diverse methodological approaches necessitated for undertaking research within different contexts.
  • Prepare for a diverse and multi-cultural world and workplace through the knowledge of contemporary media issues.
  • Conceptualize, design, and produce work creatively in the basis of media on effective principles and practices of media aesthetics.
  • Build strong and courageous personality to face challenges coming from the global context.

Number of Departments Contributing to the Program

  • Department of Mass Media
  • Department of Languages (Compulsory English service courses)
  • Department of Computer Studies (Compulsory computer studies service courses)