Major of Broadcasting

Discover Broadcasting Major

  • About Major
  • Program Objectives
  • What will I learn ?
  • Career path
  • Mission

About Major

The broadcasting Major is focusing on the Visual and audio parts of Both Television and radio , and the technicalities of writing, shooting, directing and editing also concentrates on transferring the written content into creative audio-visual content.

Program Objectives

Students are introduced to the three majors through her 1st and 2nd year through the introductory courses of each major and throughout internal practical pieces of training given on each Media branch to help them choose concisely their majors, the theoretical and practical contents enhance their talents and skills and direct them to the Path of their dreams

What will I learn?

Providing the student with knowledge of the foundations and methods of social communication and training him to apply them in a manner characterized by boldness and initiative.

Familiarity with audio-visual media students with the ethics and laws of the audio-visual media profession and the practice of their application.

Training the student on the use of information technology in the field of audio-visual media (research - planning - communication - evaluation).

 Develop students' ability to be creative and innovative in the fields of audio-visual media.

Career Path

Potential careers for Broadcasting major : script writer , directors , producers , anchors , announcers, film makers, photographers, graphic designers


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Major of Broadcasting

Study Plan

Through the audio-visual media section, you will learn about “what the media message is”, and it will help you to understand, innovate, create, develop and evaluate media materials and messages, and you will be able to benefit from the characteristics and templates of traditional and modern media, and is also your entrance to the applied fields of radio and television, the audio-visual media department Not a single section, but a group of sections, which will help you choose your practical field accurately. The department provides theoretical information on how the media works, supported by practical models and individual and group exercises, that give students more experience to face the labor market. so that each student can specialize in any field of his choice.

(GEN101) Arabic language level 1
(GEN 102) English language Level 1
(GEN103) Introduction to internet uses
(GEN104) Contemporary political issues
(GEN105) Reasoning and critical thinking
(COM110) Introduction to Communication
(COM111) Introduction to journalism
(COM112) Introduction to Radio and television
(COM113) Introduction To Public Relation and Advertising
(COM114) Introduction to New Media
(COM201) Arabic language level 2 GEN101
(COM202) English Language Level 2 GEN102
(COM203) Media And soceity
(COM204) Media law and ethics
(COM205) Public Opinion
(COM206) Theories of Communication COM110
(COM213) Media Translation
(COM214) Masscommunication Topics In English
(COM207) Introduction to Research Methods

(MCE1) English CE1
(MCE2) English CE2 MCE1
(GEN106) Economic Concepts
(GEN107) Modern History
(GEN108) Moral Reasoning
(GEN109) Effective Presentation Skills

(COM208) Principles of statistics
(COM209) Communication Psychology
(COM110) Human rights
(COM211) Media literacy

(RTV303) International Audio Visual Media
(RTV304) Radio and TV Production COM112
(RTV305) Television Shooting
(RTV306) Specialized Radio and television media
(RTV307) Broadcast Radio&TV News
(RTV308) Quantitative Research In Broadcast COM207
(RTV309) Writing For Radio And TV
(RTV310) Audio Broadcast and the Internet
(RTV311) Fndamentals of criticism in radio and television
(RTV312) The Audio-visual Drama
(RTV313) Broadcasting Media Training
(RTV401) Television presenting skills
(RTV402 )Multimedia RTV304
(RTV403) Editing
(RTV404) Broadcast Qualitative Research COM207
(RTV405) Special Topics in Radio and television
(RTV406) Media Terminology in radio and television
(RTV411) Graduation Project

(RTV314) Principles of Management
(RTV315) Arabic and world cinema
(RTV316) Documentary film
(RTV407) Computer use in Media Research
(RTV409) Television Studio Art
(RTV410) Radio and TV Announcing

Our Staff

Prof. Magy El-Halawany Hussien

Professor at Mass Com School

Prof. Amal Hassan Mohamed El-Ghazawy

Professor at Mass Com School

Dr. Yasmine Ali Eldin

Head of Broadcasting department at Mass Com School.

Assistant Professor at Mass Com School.

Head of Department Message

Dr. Amira Samir
Head of Broadcasting Department
Joining the Broadcasting major will open new horizons for you that will enlighten your upcoming career Path. you will find yourself turned from a beginner to an expert as the major is focusing on enhancing your skills and talents in addition to the up to date theoretical and practical content that will Help you finding your talents, your points of strength and selecting your future career, you might find yourself a talented writer, a creative director, a qualified producer or a presentable announcer.   The broadcasting major will give you the chance to meet the media experts and professionals as well as learning from them
Come and join our broadcasting major and enjoy the experiences of achieving the dreams.  

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