Minor/Optional Courses

Minor/Optional Courses

MSJ students will select additional 2 MSJ courses from an alternative concentration other than the one they are studying or from MSJ elective courses shown below:

MSJ Elective Courses (2 courses / 6 credits)

Course Code  Course Title
MSJ350
MSJ351
MSJ352
MSJ353
MSJ354
MSJ355
MSJ356
MSJ357
MSJ358
MSJ359
MSJ360
MSJ361
MSJ362
MSJ363
MSJ364
MSJ365
MSJ366
MSJ367
MSJ368
MSJ369
MSJ370
MSJ371
MSJ372
MSJ373
MSJ450
MSJ451
MSJ452
MSJ453
MSJ454
MSJ455
MSJ456
MSJ457
MSJ458
MSJ459
MSJ460
MSJ461
MSJ462
MSJ463
MSJ464
MSJ465
MSJ466
MSJ467
MSJ468
MSJ469
MSJ470
MSJ471
MSJ472
MSJ473
MSJ474
MSJ475
MSJ476
MSJ477
MSJ478
History of Bangladesh Media
Reading Media Text
Freedom of Information and Access
Radio Production and Management
Introduction to Community Radio
Photo Journalism
Sports Journalism
Photos and Visuals for Business Journalism
New Media and Online Publications
Introduction to Digital Culture
TV Production Skills
Events Management
Consumer Culture
E – Learning: Principles and Practice
Desktop Publishing
Audience Research
Mass Media Research
Qualitative Research Methods
Quantitative Research Methods
Research Data Analysis and Interpretation
Set Design for Film and Television
Make-Up and Costume Design
Light Design
Community Informatics
Media Management
Social Context of Media
International  Communication
Communication and Culture
Gender and Communication
Copy Writing
2D Animation
Global Perspectives in Journalism
Development and Environmental Journalism
Political Journalism
3D Animation
International Business Reporting
Reporting on Technology and Energy
Advanced Multimedia Production
Advanced TV Production
International Public Relations
Integrated Marketing Communication
Crisis Communication
Visual Anthropology
Sound Design for Film and Television
Government Regulatory Agencies
Business Investigative Reporting
Computer-Assisted Reporting
Sample Stock Portfolio
Business Feature Writing
Business Journalism for Non-Journalists
Covering the Bangladesh National Budget
Media Marketing and Distribution
Acting for the Camera

The Universityof Liberal Arts Bangladesh and its curricula are accredited by the University Grants Commission (UGC) of Bangladesh, and approved by the Ministry of Education, Government of People's Republic of Bangladesh.