MASTERS IN JOURNALISM AND AUDIO VISUAL COMMUNICATION

The Commits course has been redesigned with sharper focus providing more opportunities for students to unlearn and relearn.

Commits follows a unique teaching methodology that consists of classroom lectures, tutorials, seminars, workshops, demos, field visits, practical work, case studies, presentations, and live industry projects.

The teaching methods focus on learning and understanding, and less on notes and reproduction of content. All work is given weightage and assessed. There is continuous internal evaluation for all subjects, including mid-semester exams and quizzes.

Commits follows a semester system and university examinations are held at the end of every semester, in December and June.

Semester 1 (July – Dec) Semester 2 (Jan – June) Semester 3 (July – Dec) Semester 4 (Jan – June)
Communication and Media Television Journalism Radio Programming and Production Media Laws and Ethics
Editing, Reporting and News Production Audiovisual Communication Documentary Filmmaking and Non-fiction Production CSR and Communication for Development
Introduction to Marketing Communication Research Methodology Cinema Studies Media Research and Planning
General Studies Modern Management Approaches Special Interest Reporting in Print and Broadcast Media Media, Entertainment and Event Management
Basic Computer Applications Multimedia Applications Brand and Advertising Dissertation and Viva Voce

Career opportunities for Journalism and AVC students:

Sub-editor, Reporter, Feature Writer, Content Manager, Copywriter, Photographer/Photo-journalist, Cartoonist, Researcher, Presenter, Anchor, News Producer, News Desk, Video Editor, Layout Artist, Page Designer, Web Designer , Web Journalist, Line Producer, Programme Producer, Video Editor, Technical Assistant, Script-writer, Crew Manager.

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MASTERS IN JOURNALISM AND AUDIO VISUAL COMMUNICATION Professors