BSc (Hons.) Mass Communication

BSc (Hons.) Mass Communication

BSc (Hons.) MASS COMMUNICATION

PROGRAM OVERVIEW : 

BSc (Hons.) Mass Communication program is designed to train the young minds to acquire knowledge in the functions and processes of mass media. The program entails all major components of mass communication including Print, Online and TV Journalism, Social Media, Film, Radio, TV production, Graphic Designing and Animation, Photography, Cinematography, Event Management, Advertising, Corporate Communication, Public Relations and research. Student are rightly exposed to both theory and practical aspects of media and trained to critically understand its applications. The USP of the program lies in the hands-on approach with the latest audio-visual media equipment used in the industry. The speciality of this program is, the exposure to various media houses along with eight months of internship to complete the 360· learning process which the syllabus offers to the students. The classroom assignments and individual projects add to student’s portfolio for reference during their career interviews.

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BSc (Hons.) MASS COMMUNICATION - COURSES (2020-23)

CHOICE BASED CREDIT SYSTEM (CBCS)

SEMESTER – I

Sl. No. Course Name Course Category Credits
1
English Communication
Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course (AECC)
3
2
Introduction to Mass Communication Studies
Core Course (CC)
3
3
Audience Psychology, Art & Aesthetics
Foundation Course (FC)
3
4
Digital Audio & Radio Production
Skill Development Courses (SDC)
4
5
Introduction to Journalism
Core Course (CC)
3
6
Digital Still Photography
Skill Development Courses (SDC)
3
7
Computer Application - Graphic Design I
Skill Development Courses (SDC)
5

Total Credits

24

SEMESTER – II

Sl. No. Course Name Course Category Credits
8
Environmental Studies
Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course (AECC)
2
9
Introduction to Television Production
Foundation Course (FC)
4
10
Mass Communication Theories
Core Course (CC)
3
11
Writing for Media
Core Course (CC)
4
12
Elements of Film
Foundation Course (FC)
4
13
Computer Application - Graphic Design II
Skill Development Courses (SDC)
5
14
Summer Internship Program - I
Skill Development Courses (SDC)
6

Total Credits

28

SEMESTER – III

Sl. No. Course Name Course Category Credits
15
Media Culture & Society
Core Course (CC)
3
16
News Reporting & Anchoring
Skill Development Courses (SDC)
3
17
Advertising & Public Relations
Foundation Course (FC)
4
18
Motion Graphic Design
Skill Development Courses (SDC)
5
19
Digital Video Editing
Discipline Specific Elective Course (DSEC)
3
20
Common Elective - I
Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course (AECC)
2
21
Entertainment Television
Skill Development Courses (SDC)
5

Total Credits

25

SEMESTER – IV

Sl. No. Course Name Course Category Credits
22
Communication for Development
Foundation Course (FC)
3
23
Digital Marketing & Social Media
Skill Development Courses (SDC)
3
24
Online Journalism
Discipline Specific Elective Course (DSEC)
3
25
Digital Film Making
Discipline Specific Elective Course (DSEC)
3
26
Visual Effects
Skill Development Courses (SDC)
5
27
Common Elective - II
Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course (AECC)
2
28
Event Management
Discipline Specific Elective Course (DSEC)
3
29
Summer Internship Program - II
Skill Development Courses (SDC)
6

Total Credits

28

SEMESTER - V

Sl. No. Course Name Course Category Credits
30
Media Research & Term Paper
Core Course (CC)
5
31
Media Law & Ethics
Core Course (CC)
3
32
Corporate Etiquette & Group Communication
Discipline Specific Elective Course (DSEC)
3
33
Digital Public Relations & Corporate Communication
Discipline Specific Elective Course (DSEC)
4
34
Educational Media Design & Production
Discipline Specific Elective Course (DSEC)
3
35
Documentary Film Production
Discipline Specific Elective Course (DSEC)
4

Total Credits

22

SEMESTER – VI

Sl. No. Course Name Course Category Credits
36
Final Internship
Discipline Specific Elective Course (DSEC)
12
37
Capstone Project
Discipline Specific Elective Course (DSEC)
6
38
Comprehensive Studies
Core Course (CC)
3

Total Credits

21

GRAND TOTAL = 24+28+25+28+22+21= 148 CREDITS