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Journalism and Media

Globally, the media functions mainly through televisions, magazines, radios, newspapers, and online access. It has been active since the 18th century and is one of the long-lived media in the world. Journalism is becoming a good and attractive career choice for Indian students. The main role and responsibilities of journalists are to brief, enlighten, and clearly explain information to the audience. The world is expanding with its communication channels and audiences at big rates. New laws have also been implemented to support journalism in the country.

Journalism and Media is a discipline that deals mainly with the collection and distribution of information to the public. It keeps people informed either through traditional media or digital media. Journalism and Media students develop excellent critical thinking, reasoning, researching, writing, and communication skills.

Students with high creativity levels in writing will be well suited in this field. This discipline will introduce students to many subjects and topics that will benefit them in building up their skills and understanding of their work. Students pursue this course of study because of the many benefits that come with it in terms of exposure, adventure, diverse options, creativity, travel, healthy social life, meeting important people, good income, and power of influencing. The sudden rise of communication and media technology all over the world has made this established field become more popular for students. Social platforms have also boosted this field exponentially to where it is now providing easy access and reach to the audience.

STUDY LEVELS

Journalism and Media degrees can be pursued by interested candidates at the undergraduate, postgraduate, and doctorate levels. Some degrees that they may opt for are:

B.A. in Communication and Media
B.A. in Digital Media
Bachelor of Journalism
B.A. in Film and Media Studies
B.A. in Corporate Communication and Public Relations
M.A. in Media, Ethics and Social Change
M.A in Communication
M.A. in Media Innovation
M.A. in International Journalism
Ph.D.

SPECIALISATIONS

Journalism and Media is a popular discipline that offers several specialisation fields for students to pick from. These are:

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Specialisations

    Digital Journalism
    Enterprise Journalism
    Broadcast Journalism
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Specialisations

    Political Journalism
    Science and Environmental Journalism
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Specialisations

    Public Relations
    Advertising
    Journalism Designs and Graphics
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EMPLOYABILITY

After graduating, Journalism and Media students have many career options to choose from. They will be eligible to work in publishing houses, web media, press, advertisement, marketing, film production, documentary production, photography, and more.

Job titles include:

Feature writer
Columnist
Proofreaders
Correspondent
Editor
Cartoonist
Reporter
Photojournalist
Illustrator
Editorial Assistant
Web Content Manager
Journalist
Writer
Critic

Sub-disciplines

Sub-disciplines

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