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BA (Honours) Mass Communication programme at Don Bosco University introduces the students to the world of communication including print media, journalism, film, television, radio, video, online and mobile media production and photography. Studies in emerging areas of convergent media and social media form important components of this study programme.

Having acquired a graduate degree in Mass Communication at the University, students will be equipped to pursue careers as reporters, presenters, radio jockeys, fill a variety of roles in media houses and production companies, or start their own ventures and studios. It opens the door to wide choices in higher studies too.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Passed Higher Secondary School Leaving Examination (or equivalent) in any stream with 50% in the aggregate and 50% in English.

Number of Seats

60 seats each


Tapesia Campus

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  • English Communication
Semester I
Introduction to Journalism
Introduction to Media and Communication
Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course (AECC)- I
Generic Elective (GE) Course - I (any one)
  • Introductory Micro Economics
  • Guidance and Counselling in Education
  • Academic Writing and Composition
  • General Psychology
  • Environmental Studies
Semester II
Reporting and Editing for Print
Media and Cultural Studies
Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course (AECC)- II
Generic Elective (GE) Course - II (any one)
  • Introductory Macro Economics
  • Media and Communication Skills
  • Gender Education
  • Psychology for Health and Well being
Semester III
Introduction to Broadcast Media
History of the Media
Advertising and Public Relations
Skill Enhancement Course - I
Generic Elective (GE) Course - III (any one)
  • Indian Economy I
  • Population Education
  • Language and Linguistics
  • Inter-group relations
Semester IV
Introduction to New Media
Development Communication
Media Ethics and the Law
Skill Enhancement Course - II
Generic Elective (GE) Course - IV (any one)
  • Indian Economy II
  • Language, Literature and Culture
  • Early Childhood Care and Education
  • Psychology at Work
Semester V
Global Media and Politics
Advanced Broadcast Media
Discipline Specific Elective- I & II (Choose any two)
  • Media Management and Entrepreneurship
  • Photography
  • Communication and Disaster Management
  • Animation and VFX
Semester VI
Advanced New Media
Communication Research Method
Discipline Specific Elective- III & IV (Choose any two)
  • Introduction to Film Studies
  • Development Journalism
  • Project/Dissertation

Programme Outcome

Programme Outcome of BA Mass comm


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