Guide to degree in masterís in media and communication programs
Posted by prajval rajeshirke on December 17th, 2019
As the media and communication sector gets distinct and dynamic, masters in media and communication studies are also growing in popularity. Read our guide to see if this could be the appropriate subject area for you to pursue and the different specialisations and careers choices you could take up.
Do you blog or have a Twitter account? Are people aware what these concepts imply? Are you intrigued by the way a news story achieves momentum, a video goes viral, or the whole process that goes behind an idea from script to getting it on a screen?
Media studies programs may vary considerably in their content and method to the subject, but most offer a blend of practical training for various media careers, alongside prospects to evaluate media representations from different viewpoints – including political, moral and historical. If you wish to obtain practical skills such as film production or copy-writing, students can study media representations of gender or race, or a specific culture or political controversy.
Somewhat broader field of communication studies extends to explore human communications in all kinds of environment and background. This includes not only careers in media such as journalism, entertainment and marketing, but also business and management, politics education, international relations, law and more.
Entry eligibility for media and communication degrees
Course structure and evaluation methods
During the following stages of your lessons, you gain the opportunity to select a field of specialisation. Tasks and evaluations are likely to come in a variety of forms, involving exams and essays, class presentations and written assignments, as well as more practical project work, such as making a film video or online content production.
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