Media and Mass Communication (MMC) is an exciting and dynamic academic discipline in contemporary liberal arts education. It constantly innovates and keeps up with changing technologies. The discipline cuts across a wide range of fields including journalism (print, electronic and online), communication, television production, animation, advertising, information and communication technology (ICT), psychology, political science, sociology, anthropology, history, and law. It is also the study of media’s impact on society.
The Department of Media and Mass Communication offers a unique combination of theoretical and practical learning with particular focus on the use of cutting-edge technologies. The department is supported by the country’s largest Mac lab, a fully-equipped television studio, an advanced animation lab, a photography pool, and experienced faculty members from both home and abroad. The goal of the program is to produce future leaders in the media industry. MMC graduates are groomed to become competent, tech-savvy, resilient, adaptive, and skilled media professionals. The department is always on the side of the students and ready to provide them any support they need in their pursuit of academic excellence.
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