Introduction to Journalism
The Bachelor of Journalism is a four-year programme made up of 38 core courses. Each year is separated into two semesters and each semester made up of six modules. Students take part in a three month industry internship in the third year and fourth year semester break. The learning outcomes of modules are assessed in a number of ways including through the practical news reporting and writing assignments and feature writing, editing, final examinations and tutorial led, presentations and practical application of learning. Term paper is to be presented during the second semesters by the final year students. Teaching will be made up of a combination of structured lecture and practical learning. To supplement learning guest speakers and media professionals and experts will conduct regular seminars. Learning resources include e-learning materials created especially for this programme.
To provide a high quality educational experience in line with expected international standards
Students will be supported in the development of a strong academic and professionally focused knowledge and skills base that will contribute towards a career in media.
To provide teaching and learning that is responsive to the changing media environment through a well-developed UNESCO model curriculum
M.A (Qualify) Courses
|JNL- 4201||Feature Writing for Newspaper I||(4-credits)|
|JNL- 4202||Radio Broadcasting Management I||(4-credits)|
|JNL- 4203||Management for Television Programme I||(4-credits)|
|JNL- 4204||Printing and Publication Management I||(4-credits)|
|JNL- 4205||Management for Information Technology I||(4-credits)|
|JNL- 4206||Feature Writing for Newspaper II||(4-credits)|
|JNL- 4207||Radio Broadcasting Management II||4-credits)|
|JNL- 4208||Management for Television Programme II||(4-credits)|
|JNL- 4209||Printing and Publication Management II||(4-credits)|
|JNL-4210||Management for Information Technology I||(4-credits)|