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First Faculty for Mass Communication in the Middle East
Department of Journalism
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FirstLevel

First:Mandatory Courses

Course

Code

Arabic (1)

GEN 100

Arabic (2)

GEN 101

English (1)

GEN 102

English (2)

GEN 103

Introduction to Journalism

COM100

Introduction to Radio and T.V

COM101

Introduction to public relations

COM102

Introduction to advertising

COM103

Second:Elective Courses (Student should choose 4 courses only)

Course

Code

Social Psychology of Communication

COM 104

Principals of Political Science

COM 105

Sociology of Communication

COM 106

Egypt's modern and contemporary history

COM 107

The history of modern science

COM 108

Political Geography

COM 109

Principles of Economics

COM 110

International Law

COM 111

The Principles of Management

COM 112

Scientific Media

COM 113

 

 

 

 

 

 

SecondLevel

First:College Mandatory Courses

Course

Code

Computer Applications

COM 201

Interpersonal Communication

COM 202

Communication Research Methods

COM 203

Origination of Communication

COM 204

Public Opinion

COM 205

Media and Society

COM 206

Second: Department Mandatory Courses

Course

Code

The history of the Egyptian Journalism

JOR 201

Media Subject in Foreign language (1)

JOR 202

Press Translation (1)

JOR 203

Journalism technology and printing

JOR 204

Third: Elective Courses (The Student chooses 5courses till graduation)

( from inside the Department)

Course

Code

Press Publishing

JOR 205

Arabic Journalism

JOR 206

(Outside the Department)

Course

Code

Writing and Preparing Programs

RTV 203

Protocol and Ceremony

MRK206

 

 

 

Fourth: Free Courses

Student choose 2 courses (6 hours) till Graduation

Course

Code

Introduction to Fine Arts

 

Introduction to Music

 

Tour Guidance

 

Graphics and Animation

 

Introduction to Performing Arts

 

ThirdLevel

First: College Mandatory Courses

Course

Code

International Communication

COM301

Communication Theories

COM302

Second: Department Mandatory Courses

Course

Code

International  Journalism

JOR 301

Modern Egyptian Journalism

JOR 302

Journalistic lab

JOR 303

Photojournalism (1)

JOR 305

Journalism Writing and Reporting (2)

JOR 306

Third: Elective Courses(Student should choose 5courses till graduation)

(Inside the Department)

Course

Code

Online journalism

JOR 304

Media Criticism

JOR 307

Media Subject in foreign language (2)

JOR 308

PressTranslation (2)

JOR 309

Journalistic campaigns

JOR 310

(Outside the Department)

Course

Code

TV Shooting

RTV310

Writing for PR and Advertising

MRK309

 

Fourth: Free Courses

Student choose 2 courses (6 hours) till Graduation

Course

Code

Introduction to Fine Arts

 

Introduction to Music

 

Tour Guidance

 

Graphics and Animation

 

Introduction to Performing Arts

 

 

FourthLevel

First: College Mandatory Courses

Course

Code

Media Laws and Regulations

COM401

Media and Social Change

COM402

Second: Department Mandatory Courses

Course

Code

Specialized Journalism

JOR 401

Management of Journalistic organization

JOR 402

Journalistic Advertising

JOR 403

Specialized Research

JOR 404

The principles of Journalism layout and design

JOR 405

Graduation Project

JOR 406

 

 

Third: Elective Courses(Student should choose 5courses till graduation)

(Inside the Department)

Course

Code

Journalism Writing and reporting

JOR 407

Photojournalism (2)

JOR 408

Newspaper layout and design

JOR 409

Magazine layout and design

JOR 410

Basics of Design

JOR 411

(Outside the Department)

Course

Code

Media campaigns in radio and television

RTV407

Creativity in Advertising

MRK407

 

Fourth: Free Courses

Student choose 2 courses (6 hours) till Graduation

Course

Code

Introduction to Fine Arts

 

Introduction to Music

 

Tour Guidance

 

Graphics and Animation

 

Introduction to Performing Arts