Our mass communications programme offers opportunities in a variety of careers, from advertising and broadcasting to public relations, visual communications, journalism, and publishing.
Our Mass communications classes are carried out in diverse facilities such as advanced studios and media labs, in addition to field-trips and exclusive visits to TV and radio channels.
The study abroad experience prepares our graduates to be academically well-rounded with skills and experiences that make them stand out in today’s highly competitive global market
The Mass Communications degree offers a range of opportunities like no other. Students learn to master a wide variety of skills in digital design, film and video-making, advertising, and public relations as well as multimedia and broadcast journalism.
Using state-of-the-art facilities and mentored by seasoned industry academics, students are well-equipped to embrace the job market after their 4 years conclude. Further to their class-based skills, the department’s student digital broadcast service (MCTV) along with field trips, expert workshops, and guest lectures.
Earning this degree will open for you whole range of opportunities, including exploring publishing and PR, examining the ethical and legal aspects of journalism, developing your voice as a writer, and studying the context behind films.
The UH-GAF Mass Communications graduate is equipped for employment across an impressive range of media spheres, ranging from public relations and advertising agencies to multiplatform and online journalism as well as film, TV, and new media production.
Our industry-focussed programmes are designed to meet today’s national economic needs and our students learn in up-to-date facilities, specialist labs, using industry standard equipment and medical simulation suites. Consequently, our graduates are work-ready, with research-based subject knowledge, industry-based practice, and an employment focus to their ambitions.
Our Mass Communications students, accompanied by departmental faculty and staff, visited the historic Maspero building