BS Mass Communication
The Bachelor of Science in Mass Communication program aims to provide students with a creative, diverse, and challenging academic environment that encourages risk-taking and promotes an examination of human values, cultural differences, and social issues, as well as to prepare students for careers in the print and telecommunications media industries. After finishing the BS in Mass Communication, students will be able to study about current trends in the media as well as how new technology has altered our perceptions of communication. Students will learn to critically evaluate both print and electronic media information.
The requirements for a Bachelor of Science degree include both professional and academic courses. Students who take professional-oriented courses learn certain marketable talents. They benefit from the academic courses because they gain a better understanding of communication theory and research. Students get a thorough understanding of media history and structure from an Islamic viewpoint, as well as the capacity to analyze and think critically about future developments that may affect their professions. Through internships, they gain a practical understanding of the field.
- Introduction to Mass Communication
- Communication skills
- Media Management
- Mass Media in Pakistan
- Journalistic Writing
- Mass Communication Law & Ethics
- Contemporary Mass Media
- Electronic Media & Virtual Community
- Cyber Law
- Online Journalism
- 12 years of education with at least 50% marks.
- Passing marks in the entrance exam.
In Pakistan, mass communication has a wide range of applications. Many private channels have employed a large number of workers in Pakistan in recent decades. To put it another way, these private channels have put a spotlight on mainstream communication. There are many other electronic and print media, as well as advertising companies, where the degree holders can pursue a profession. In addition, social media has joined the field and is competing with conventional forms of media.
The demand for a BS Mass Communication degree in Pakistan is developing positively with the demand for media personalities such as TV anchors, live coverage representatives, socialists, and journalists. As a fresh graduate, the degree holders can find positions in media sectors, radio stations, television stations, communication industries, and social media channels. The degree can be carried forward to higher studies to attain more knowledge and understanding.