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Masters degrees are more versatile than doctoral qualifications and have a broad range of professional and academic applications. According to the U.S. Department of Education, three types of masters programs exist research, professional, and terminal. The most popular masters degree types are Master of Arts (M.A.) and Master of Science (M.S.) in a mixture of subject fields.
International Journalism covers up the use and ideas of journalism in a global context. It is particularly suited to international students. It lays the groundwork for students to work on international new novels, whether for national or regional news organisations or with international news companies or media organisations.
Students who complete a part of their degree in Asia are growing in numbers. Currently, the second and the third biggest economies are in Asia. Without limitation, students have described their time in Asia as the best experience of their lives. Today, three of the four most populated countries of the world are in Asia: China, India, and Indonesia.
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The Master’s Program of International Journalism and Communication cultivates media professionals with a global vision and strategic mindset. It not only equips students
International Journalism and Communication
The Master’s Program of International Journalism and Communication cultivates media professionals with a global vision and strategic mindset. It not only equips students with humanistic knowledge and journalism theories but also with practical skills such as news interviewing, writing, editing, filming and reporting. Students will be awarded Master of Arts in International Journalism upon the successful completion of this program.
Program Duration: 2 academic years
Language: The language of teaching and thesis writing is English.
Understanding Television Journalism (2 credits)
New Media Communication (2 credits)
Communication Studies (2 credits)
TV Formats and New Media (2 credits)
Journalistic Writing (2 credits)
Composing Elements of Photography(2 credits)
Video and Image Production (2 credits)
Adaptation Studies (2 credits)
New Media Critics (2 credits)
Communication Research Methods (2 credits)
TV Program Production (2 credits)
Advanced Journalistic Writing and Reporting Non-linear Editing System (2 credits)
This course draws upon the unique positioning of SOAS in higher education in order to examine how such tensions affect contemporary journalistic representations of the Gl
MA International Journalisms
Minimum Entry Requirements: Minimum good second class honours degree (or equivalent)
Start of programme: September intake only
Mode of Attendance: Full Time or Part Time
Understanding journalism is crucial in today’s mediated world. The spread of the Internet, social media and the advent of comparatively cheap communications technology holds out the promise of enabling a more diverse range of actors to shape journalism. The forms and practices involved in such journalism could also enable greater inclusivity, supporting a range of progressive aims such as advocacy, peace, development and greater intercultural understanding. At the same time, widespread cost-cutting in mainstream journalism and the speeded-up journalistic practices used to service multiple delivery platforms threaten to further entrench the norms and definitional advantages of the wealthy and powerful because of their greater ability to subsidize journalism through public relations material....