MSJ Elective Courses

MSJ Elective Courses

MSJ Elective 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

MSJ11350

MSJ11351

MSJ11352

MSJ11353

MSJ11354

MSJ11355

MSJ11356

MSJ11357

MSJ11358

MSJ11359

MSJ11360

MSJ11361

MSJ11362

MSJ11363

MSJ11364

MSJ11365

MSJ11366

MSJ11367

MSJ11368

MSJ11369

MSJ11370

MSJ11371

MSJ11372

MSJ11373

MSJ11374

MSJ11375

MSJ11376

MSJ11450

MSJ11451

MSJ11452

MSJ11453

MSJ11454

MSJ11455

MSJ11456

MSJ11457

MSJ11458

MSJ11459

MSJ11460

MSJ11461

MSJ11462

MSJ11463

MSJ11464

MSJ11465

MSJ11466

MSJ11467

MSJ11468

MSJ11469

MSJ11470

MSJ11471

MSJ11472

MSJ11473

MSJ11474

MSJ11475

MSJ11476

MSJ11477

MSJ11478

Course Title

History of Bangladesh Media

Reading Media Text: A Critical Introduction to Tareque Masud

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

Introduction to Photography

Film History

Aesthetics of Film

Media Management

Social Context of Media

International Communication

Communication and Culture: An Introduction to Cultural Studies

Gender and Communication

Copy Writing

Introduction to Animation

Global Perspectives in Journalism

Development and Environmental Journalism

Political Journalism

3D Animation-Drawing for 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: News Presentation and Field Reporting

 

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.