The Journalism and Mass Communication faculty is committed to an academic and professional program that encompasses the knowledge and skills necessary to succeed in twenty-first-century media. The program emphasizes critical thinking, research, writing, and visual communication skills within an ethical framework across all media and professional disciplines.
Upon graduation, students are prepared to pursue a range of careers in a variety of fields ranging from media organizations, advertising and public relations agencies, design studios, production houses, and others or to continue their education with graduate studies at leading universities around the world.
Journalism, Journalism & Media, Media Studies & Mass Media
4 years | Full time
Total: 37 credit hours
Required Courses (16 credit hours):
- JMC 141 Communications, Media, and Society.
- JMC 150 Writing for Media (WIC).
- JMC 200 Visual Communication Theory and Practice.
- JMC 220 Digital Storytelling.
- JMC 356 Media Law and Ethics.
- JMC 481 Professional Internship (Cr. 0)
Elective Courses (21 credit hours)
JMC electives include any JMC course beyond the required courses, BUS 260 Marketing (or ENT 261 Marketing for Entrepreneurs), INF 240 Website Development, and MLL 275 Language, Culture, and Communication.
Only one is required
International high school qualifications required : B score in the Transcript.
Note: B score differs depending on the country’s Education system.
1- By applying for any of our Majors (1 at least), student should choose minor courses to study aside as well.
Admission link: https://www.aubg.edu/admissions/how-to-apply-first-year
2- DET – Duolingo English Test requirements: 110