Master of Philosophy in

Media & Mass Communication Studies (M.Phil-Research Track)

The MS program in Media, Culture, and Communication offers a rigorous examination of topics at the intersections of media and culture. Our research and curriculum emphasize the study of political communication, information management and new technologies, media history, and research methodologies. The overall objective of the program is to give deeper and critical insights into developments in the field and make students qualified for independent and advanced work inside and outside of media organizations.

Degree

Requirements

16 years of education are eligible to apply. Preference will be given to candidates having prior degree in Multimedia, Visual Communication and Professionals working in Media Industry.

Why this

Degree

The program trains agile researchers able to think critically and deeply about rapidly changing industries, technologies, and cultures. You will work with leading faculty from a wide variety of media studies disciplines. Program builds careers as astute analyzers of media, navigating new and complex domains.

Courses Offered

Semester 1
Sr# Course Code Course Title Cr.Hrs Pre-requisite Course- 1 Pre-requisite Course- 2
1
Approaches to Mass Communication Studies
3    
2 International & Cross Cultural Communication
3    
3 Communication Research Method
3    
4 Seminar (Debates in Media and Communication)
3    
 

   
Semester 2
SrNo. Course Code Course Title Cr.Hrs Pre-requisite Course- 1 Pre-requisite Course- 2
1 Media, Politics and Policy
3
2 Mass Media and Public Opinion
3
3 Political Communication
3
4 Managing Information
3
5 Research Practicum
3
   
6 Media Management
3    
         
Semester 3
SrNo. Course Code Course Title Cr.Hrs Pre-requisite Course- 1 Pre-requisite Course- 2
1 Dissertation/Thesis
3




Semester 4
SrNo. Course Code Course Title Cr.Hrs Pre-requisite Course- 1 Pre-requisite Course- 2
1 Dissertation/Thesis
3