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MC246-Bach. of Mass Comm. (Hons) (Instructional Communication & Training) PDF Print E-mail
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Programme Details


This programme is designed to equip students with theoretical and practical communication skills in instructional design and training which include courses such as ICT, multimedia, human communication, effective speaking, management, training management, training needs analysis, training evaluation, event management and leadership training.

Courses Offered
Principles of Instructional Communication
Multimedia and Interactive Design
Writing for Instructional Design
Instructional Communication Technology and Application
Advanced Multimedia and Interactive Design
Visual and Perceptual Communication
Instructional and Training Management
Evaluation of Instructional Product and Program
Instructional Technology and Media

Study Plan


SEMESTER 1
Co-Curriculum I
Islamic and Asian Civilization
Psychology
Introduction To Communication and Media Studies
News Writing and Reporting
Photo Communication
Principles of Instructional Communication
One Elective Course

SEMESTER 2
Co-Curriculum II
Principles of Translation
Marketing Communication
Effective Speaking
Sociology
Graphic and Creative Design
One Elective Course

SEMESTER 3
Third Language I
Co-Curriculum III
Business and Professional Communication
Ethnic Relations
Communication Theory
Communication and Research Methods
Multimedia and Interactive Design
Writing For Instructional Design
One Elective Course

SEMESTER 4
Third Language II
Media Law, Regulation and Ethics
Instructional Communication Technology and Application
Advanced Multimedia and Interactive Design
Visual and Perceptual Communication
One Elective Course

SEMESTER 5
Third Language III
Scientific Techniques in Communication Research
Mass Media and Society
Political Communication
Instructional and Training Management
Evaluation of Instructional Product and Program
Instructional Technology and Media

SEMESTER 6
Academic Writing
Practical Training

Career Opportunities


Successful graduates can work in the governement and private sectors as training professionals, instructional professionals, instructional material designer, training and development executive, facilitator, motivator, instructor and content designer.

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