Masters Degree in Journalism in Switzerland

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A masters refers to the completion of a graduate study program that prepares students to further their knowledge of a specific subject or advance their careers. The majority of masters are granted by state or public universities.

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Master in Journalism and Communication

University of Geneva
Campus Full time 4 semesters February 2018 Switzerland Geneva

The Master in Journalism and Communication is a joint programme offered by the University of Geneva and the University of Neuch√Ętel (UNINE). The courses for the orientation Information, Communication and the Media are given by the University of Geneva. The core curriculum (24 credits) taught by both universities provides fundamental theoretical grounding in sociology, communication, journalism and the media. The orientation taught in Geneva focuses on communication (with particular emphasis on organisational communication, scientific communication, political communication, etc.), information within the context of the web and the media (strategic information, communication strategy, web and social networking projects, information processing, web marketing, e-reputation), methodological tools and investigative methods. [+]

Best Masters in Journalism in Switzerland 2017/2018. Master in Journalism and Communication The Master in Journalism and Communication is a joint programme offered by the University of Geneva and the University of Neuch√Ętel (UNINE). The courses for the orientation Information, Communication and the Media are given by the University of Geneva. The core curriculum (24 credits) taught by both universities provides fundamental theoretical grounding in sociology, communication, journalism and the media. The orientation taught in Geneva focuses on communication (with particular emphasis on organisational communication, scientific communication, political communication, etc.), information within the context of the web and the media (strategic information, communication strategy, web and social networking projects, information processing, web marketing, e-reputation), methodological tools and investigative methods. The programme is designed to respond to the needs of companies and organisations who recruit graduates interested in working in the information and communication sectors in an era of rapidly developing current and new media. Curriculum Required courses: communication and journalism (24Credits) : Media and public relations; theories of communication; information ethics; principles of journalism, etc. Electives: communication, media and new media (24Credits) : Organisational communication and crisis communication; economics of the media and knowledge of its actors; web marketing, e-reputation; qualitative investigative methods, etc. Required courses: dissertation and web projects (24Credits) : Dissertation; communication strategy, web and social networking projects Electives (24Credits) : Information, communication and international organisations; economic and financial information and communication; community management and social networks; digital technologies; international journalism; Europe in the media; applied methods, media... [-]