Building creative, distinguished, and competitive media and communication competencies equipped with theoretical, professional and research knowledge, technical skills, ethical and professional values necessary to work in the different areas of the media in line with the global accreditation and quality standards.

Goals

Deal with means of mass communication based on moral, social and professional grounds, and understand the work ethics and media codes of conduct.

  • Be able to criticize and analyze the contents of mass media.
  • Participate in dialogues and public debates about the role of mass media in society.
  • Master media writing arts in accordance with the characteristics of the means.
  • Participate in planning and conducting media campaigns in the development areas.
  • Apply the technical and practical concepts and skills in the field of Radio and Television.
  • Acquire the technical skills for Radio and Television production – Studio Operation, filming, montage, audio mixing, dubbing, and radio-television directing.
  • Be able to conduct listeners and viewers researches and analyze their results.
  • Produce effectively radio and television ads.

FUNCTIONAL AREA
Throughout the bachelor’s programs, you will be able to have access to career guidance by our experienced teaching staff along with the Department of Student Affairs.
You will also be able to acquire a number of new valuable skills that will prepare you to go into business or to pursue your studies in leadership training programs or post-graduate programs.

    OCCUPATIONS

  • Announcer
  • TV Programs Presenter

  • Radio and TV  Preparation Programmer

Study plan for Bachelor of Radio and Television

Academic Year Semester One Credit hours Semester Two Credit hours
Year 1 Principles of mathematics MTH 201A 3 Study skills ENG103 3
Communication skills in Arabic GEN 100 3 English II ENG 104 3
Islamic culture GEN 102 3 Man and environment GEN 104A 3
Introduction to Information Technology Skills BIT 100 3 Natural Sciences GEN 106A 3
English I ENG 100 3 Arabic language and Media MGN102 3
Introduction to communication MGN 101 3
Total 15 Total 18
Year 2 Communication skills for the media in English ENG203 3 Statistics MTH203A 3
psychology GEN201A 3 Introduction to advertising MGN204 3
Introduction to public relations MGN201 3 Media in the Arab Gulf states MGN209 3
Introduction to journalism MGN202 3 Contemporary theories of media MGN206 3
Introduction to radio and television MGN203 3 Media Law and ethics MGN207 3
Internship MGN208 3
Total 15 Total 18
Year 3 Professional ethics GEN301A 3 Elective Course 2 (General) 3
Media Research Methods MGN205 3 Elective Course 3 (General) 3
Elective Course 1 (General) 3 Recitation and acoustics RTV 415 3
Practical Training (two semesters) RTV 308 3 Television photography RTV 318 3
News and news programs RTV 316 3 Radio and television production RTV 319 3
3 Elective Course 1 (major) 3
Total 15 Total 18
year 4 Sociology GEN303A 3 Elective Course 6 (General) 3
Elective Course 4 (General) 3 Television Advertising RTV 320 3
Elective Course 5 (General) 3 Documentary cinema RTV 414 3
Graduation project(spanning two semesters) RTV 407 3 Preparation and presentation of programs RTV 317 3
Elective Course 2 (major) 3 Elective Course 3 (major) 3
Elective course 3
Total 18 Total 15

Total 132 credit hours

CURRICULUM

Prerequisites Credit Hours Academic course Course code
3 English Language ENG 100 1
ENG 100 3 English Language ENG 104 2
3 Study Skills ENG 103 3
3 Communication Skills in Arabic GEN 100 4
3 Islamic Culture GEN 102 5
3 Man and Environment GEN 104A 6
3 Natural Sciences GEN 106A 7
3 Introduction to IT skills BIT 100 8
3 Mathematics MTH 100 9
MTH 100 3 Statistics MTH 203A 10
3 Psychology GEN 201A 11
ENG 104 3 Communication Skills in English ENG 203 12
3 Professional Ethics GEN 301A 13
3 Sociology GEN 303A 14

Compulsory Courses

Prerequisites Credit Hours Academic course Course code
3 Introduction to the Means of Communication MGN 101 1
3 Arabic Language and Media MGN 102 2
3 Introduction to Public Relations MGN 201 3
3 Introduction to Press MGN 202 4
3 Introduction to Radio and Television MGN 203 5
3 Introduction to Advertising MGN 204 6
MGN 206 3 Media Research Methodologies MGN 205 7
MGN 101 3 Contemporary Media Theories MGN 206 8
MGN 101 3 Media Legislation and Ethics MGN 207 9
45 Hours 3 Practical Training MGN 208 10
MGN101 3 Media in the Arab Gulf States MGN 209 11

Elective Courses

Prerequisites Credit Hours Academic course Course code
MGN 101 3 Media and Community Issues MGN 210 1
3 International Media MGN 301 2
BIT 100 3 Use of Computers and Internet in the Media MGN 302 3
BIT 100 3 Introduction to Graphic Design MGN 303 4
MGN 203 3 Arab and international Cinema MGN 304 5
MGN 203 3 Image Culture MGN 305 6
3 Arabic Literature MGN 306 7
3 Introduction to Fine Arts MGN 307 8
3 World Literature MGN 401 9
BIT 100 3 Media and Information Technology MGN 402 10
3 Public Opinion and Political Marketing MGN 403 11
MGN 201 3 Organization of Conferences, Exhibitions and Special Events MGN 404 12
BIT 100 3 Multimedia MGN 405 13

Compulsory Courses

Prerequisites Credit Hours Academic course Course code
MGN 208 3 Practical Training – extended to two semesters RTV 308 1
MGN 203 – RTV 318 3 News and News Programs RTV 316 2
MGN 203 3 Program Preparation and Presenting RTV 317 3
RTV 317 3 TV Filming RTV 318 4
MGN 203 3 Radio and Television Production RTV 319 5
RTV 308 3 Graduation Project – extended to two semesters RTV 407 6
MGN 204 3 Television Advertising RTV 320 7
RTV 318 3 Documentary Cinema RTV 414 8
RTV 317 3 Addressing and Phonology RTV 415 9

Elective Courses

Prerequisites Credit Hours Academic course Course code
RTV 318 3 Electronic Montage RTV 413 1
MGN 203 – RTV 316 3 Arab and International Satellite RTV 321 2
RTV 319 3 Drama in Radio and Television RTV 322 3
3 Television Graphic Design RTV 416 4
MGN205 3 Listening and Watching Research RTV 417 5
3 Media and Literary Critique RTV 418 6
High School type Acceptance Average Subject score @ HS Foundation
General Track Direct 60% No
Advanced Track Direct 60% No
ADEC Track Direct 60% No
Industrial Technical Commercial Direct 65% No
British System GCSE/IGCSE (O-Level, As & A Levels) Direct 5 Subjects O-Level with a grade C or above including math, physics/biology and chemistry, Plus 2 Subjects AS Level with a grade of C or above, in mathematics plus biology/physics/chemistry. No
Indian Board Pakistani Board American H.S. International High School General Direct 60% No
Advanced Direct 60% No
IB Diploma Direct 24 points or above including 6 Subjects with a minimum of 2 at Higher Level including mathematics No