Degree in Journalism? What It Gets!

Degree in Journalism? What It Gets!

Window To Unparalleled Opportunities In Info-Driven World

A Bachelor degree in Journalism and Mass Communication opens doors to a wide range of fulfilling career prospects, Dr. Ruchika Gupta, of Noida International University says

In this information driven world, the rapid digitalisation can be seen in all the sectors. The role is critical as never before when it comes to journalism and mass communication. Students pursuing a degree in Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and Mass Communication get a unique opportunity that opens doors to various rewarding and adventurous career opportunities.

A Bachelor degree in Journalism and Mass Communication opens doors to a wide range of fulfilling career prospects, Dr. Ruchika Gupta, Dean at School of Journalism and Mass Communication, Noida International University, said.

Dr. Ruchika Gupta

Some benefits:

 

•            The degree of Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and Mass Communication helps one to learn and know more about the use of technology and help evolve skills needed to navigate successfully in various fields.

•            The power of communication is well known, effective communication skills open a wide range of doors for students beyond the media.

•            Storytelling is an art, whether it is reporting, ad campaign, or crisis management- journalism is all about storytelling.

•            This degree allows you to explore social, political, and global issues to enhance and understand the world positively while contributing towards raising awareness to facilitate societal changes.

•            Various networking opportunities like internships, class projects, events and research work help students to make contacts with the industry experts to have advanced and secure job opportunities.

•            Graduates can pursue careers in various fields, including:

•            One may become editor, correspondent, reporter in any print or digital magazine or publication or tv outlet.

Public Relations (PR):

Can be a good media planner, communication manager, PR specialist for governmental and non-governmental organizations.

Advertising:

The creative mind-sets may enter in the world of advertising as creative director, executive, and copywriter.

Digital Media:

Many explore opportunities in content creation, digital marketing, social media management and web journalism.

Broadcasting:

Career in electronic and radio media as anchor, producer, or scriptwriter.

Corporate Communications:

It manages internal and external communications for business organizations.

In a time where information holds immense significance, the abilities acquired in this programme are highly sought-after in various industries, Dr Gupta said.

“Whether your interests lie in narrative crafting, media creation, or strategic messaging, this qualification can lead you towards a meaningful and influential career. Embrace the influence of communication and start a journey that offers both personal development and the chance to influence how information is disseminated and understood globally,” she added.

 

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