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A master's degree is an academic degree granted to individuals who have undergone study demonstrating a mastery or high-order overview of a specific field of study or area of professional practice.
Journalism is concerned with writing and communicating stories and current events and analyzing past events in order to help individuals better understand the past, present, and the potential future world. Journalists work to gather the facts surrounding an event and then relay that information to their readers, viewers and subscribers.
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The central objective is to empower students by honing their communication skills so that they can meet the requirements of employment and face the challenges of modern s
The central objective is to empower students by honing their communication skills so that they can meet the requirements of employment and face the challenges of modern society with ease.
The M.A. English Language and Communication offered by the Dept. of English, Hindustan University comprises 20 courses spread over 4 semesters in 2 years. Out of these 12 are core papers and 8 are electives.
The curriculum maintains a fine balance between the language and literature courses. One of the core papers in every semester focuses on features related to Language, e.g. Teaching of English, History of English Language, Linguistics etc.
Electives offer a wide range of choices like papers on Personality Development, Children's Literature, Women's Writing, Film studies, Canadian Literature etc....
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The MA in Digital media and Communications addresses these and similar questions that have emerged out of the rise of social media and their increasing domination of the
Concentrations: 1. Journalism and Social Media Publishing, 2. Public Relations and Advertising in Networked Society, 3. Sports Media and Communications
Duration (years): 1.5 years
Qualification Awarded: Master of Arts in Digital Media and Communications
Level of Qualification: Master Degree (2nd Cycle)
Language of Instruction: English
Mode of Study: Full-time or Part-time
Minimum ECTS Credits: 90
Profile of the Programme
The programme is designed to be completed in one calendar year (12 months), over a fall, a spring and a summer semester of 13 weeks. Working professionals have a part-time study option which may take longer. The programme consists of core courses, specialisation requirements and electives. Students are required to attend lectures and seminars and engage in individual as well as group-based learning activities....
The Master’s Programme has been designed to take into account the communication processes needed by today’s leading institutions and also necessary in society. The progra
The Master’s Programme has been designed to take into account the communication processes needed by today’s leading institutions and also necessary in society. The programme supports interdisciplinary working and offers core courses in subjects including public relations, advertising, cinema, television, visual media and journalism. The programme is flexible, in so far as it can be tailor-made from a wide range of available courses, to suit the academic or vocational needs of the student. The degree programme is shared between three departments within the Faculty of Communication. Courses are chosen in relation to the student’s dissertation subject. The programme gives students the opportunity to specialise in both core communication topics and individual professional subjects. The Master programme requires a thesis and the language of instruction is Turkish. Students also have the opportunity to benefit from the Erasmus Programme and study for a semester in one of the leading universities in a range of European countries. The programme also offers student scholarship opportunities, which are announced on an annual basis by the Executive Board of the Institute of Social Sciences....
The aim of the "New Media Program" which was launched in 2009 as the first of its kinds in Turkey by the Faculty of Communication at Kadir Has University, is to provide p
The aim of the New Media Program which was launched in 2009 as the first of its kinds in Turkey by the Faculty of Communication at Kadir Has University, is to provide practical knowledge and experience on media, culture and communications industry. It targets professionals who wish to follow and adopt the latest developments in media and communication technologies to their profession.
New communication environments like the Internet, GSM systems, online journalism have led to the social, cultural, political and economic changes both in Turkey and all around the world. Following these developments, new specialties have occurred in this newly formed communications environment. The aim of this program is to train the communications and media practitioners of the 21st century according to a chosen area of expertise....
The Master of Arts program in ‘Technologies of Learning and Communication’ is geared to prepare educators and administrators in the field to acquire expert knowledge and
The Master of Arts program in ‘Technologies of Learning and Communication’ is geared to prepare educators and administrators in the field to acquire expert knowledge and training in new technologies in Learning and Communication. It seeks to nurture the skills and in-depth understanding of this fast-changing field to allow candidates to explore and implement contemporary learning methods, tools and contexts and promote the utilization of new technologies in teaching and learning.
Educators and Administrators will be able to employ their new skills and expertise in the context of public and private education and/or undertake further research in the field....