Bachelors in Mass Communication & Media Studies
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In a time when communication technologies are increasingly digital, interactive, and global, participation in the public sphere requires critical engagement across a range of media, genres, and cultural contexts. This Media and Communication Studies program represents an innovative and interdisciplinary response to this need. The program offers students theoretical and practical encounters with dynamic and complex changes in communication, culture, and knowledge. The core of the curriculum emphasizes reading, composition, and reflection within the liberal arts tradition.
Degree requirement for this program is:
- Equivalence if other than FSc (A’Level etc...)
- Intermediate or its equivalent with minimum 60% marks.
Mass and media communication is a vast field it open doors towards Print & Electronic Media: editors, columnists, correspondents (at national and international level) news analysts, online news editors, anchors, program producers, photojournalists, proofreaders, reporters and freelance writers (newspapers, periodicals and magazines) and academicians.
Positions: In public relations departments (public and private sectors) federal and provincial information departments, news agencies, advertising agencies (copy-writers), business organizations, research institutions, media teaching institutions, consultants, NGOs and a host of other organizations.