Academics

College of Liberal Arts

Introduction

The Department of Media and Communication deals with communication. Communication is the act of giving and receiving messages, and therefore, it is a social phenomenon that plays the most pivotal role in the information society of today.

Examples of communication that we experience on a daily basis occur between the media and user, including the broadcaster and viewer, newspaper and reader, internet and user, advertiser and consumer, language and language user, etc. In general, communication is not only a very complex social phenomenon, but ranges vastly as well, and therefore it is categorized into various sub-fields. Thus, this major is sub-divided into four programs such as the Communication and Speech Program, Advertising and PR Program, Video and Broadcast Program, and the Information and New Media Program.

The common goal for each program is to train students in the basic principles of the respective communication phenomenon and then to foster experts in their fields who can utilize these basic principles in everyday life.

Facilities

High-tech Lab, Computer Lab
(1) Video Production Lab

It is equipped with a studio and digital broadcasting equipment for video production practice, and the latest computer equipment and programs help student actively participate in producing videos.

(2) Computer Lab

The computer lab is fitted with recent computer hardware and software development and it supports various computer work and use for students.

(3) Darkroom

Dark room for printing black and white photos and a space for small group meetings to discuss ideas on photo shoots

Distinguished curriculum:

The Department of Media and Communication is sub-divided into majors in communication and speech, advertising and PR, video and broadcasting, and New Media, and therefore, students can strategically delve into their majors. After completing general education courses as freshmen, students can choose a major from the four so that they can concentrate on becoming experts in their major tracks. Each sub-major are composed of classes that combine both theories and practices in order to give students academic knowledge and they are creatively designed so that students can apply the actual technical abilities at work. There are separate professors in charge of each major and they are connected to academic society activities, while they also consult individual consulting for career paths of students.

Job Fields

Speech, Communication

After graduating, students can work in the PR and marketing field, communication and speech consulting field, become presenters that make presentations in various communication situations, or become negotiators. Furthermore, because communication and speech abilities and skills become more and more in demand in the information society, there will be more opportunities as the information society continues to develop.

Newspaper, Broadcast

Students can find employment as newspaper reporters, broadcaster directors, writers, anchormen, or become a writer for specialized magazines depending on the student's likings.

Advertisement, PR

Advertisement: Advertisement company (AE, Copywriter), Political Advertisement company (Planning)
PR Fields: Corporate PR(Company newsletter writer, PR, event, news analysis, event chief, etc)
PR for public corporations and government organizations, PR companies, planning at event companies

Investigation Fields

Sociology investigation analyst at marketing or sociology investigation analysis companies New Media: Online journalist, information searcher, e-mail marketing company, multimedia contents planning, webmaster, cyber politics consultant, game marketing communication companies, E-Learning business experts, internet event planning company, Chief Information Officer

Video

Journalist for photo journalism, movie planning, production or director

Faculty

sorted by the position and Korean name

Curriculum

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