Bachelor of Communication (BCommun) in Journalism
Tuition Fee (AED)
2 YRS (6 trimesters)
Bachelor of Communication
This course could make you eligible for a professional placement at a commercial TV newsroom or in an online newsroom. You’ll learn the skills you need in today’s evolving media landscape, from practical reporting and writing, through to using social media and video journalism, and learning how to build and manage your own website.
You will learn how to use Photoshop, Premiere and Audition, as well as drones to capture stories from a completely different angle. You will investigate the ethical, legal and cultural contexts of the media, analyse the influence journalism has on society as well as the rapidly changing world of news delivery.
With the help of our industry experienced lecturers, you’ll conduct interviews, take photos and videos, and create multimedia content. In your final unit, your stories will be written and uploaded to our news website, as you work in an online newsroom and find out how the industry really works.
Recommended double majors
- Screen Production
- Strategic Communication
Journalism graduates working in industry will be eligible for membership of the Media Entertainment and Arts Alliance (MEAA).
- Journalist or Freelance Writer
- TV News Reporter / Producer
- Radio Journalist / Presenter
- Media Liaison Officer
- Documentary Producer