Elective Professional Courses

 

ELECTIVE PROFESSIONAL COURSES
   Economics    Mandarin Phonetics
   Visual Communication    Mandarin Phonetics  Advanced
   Statistics in Communication Research    Politics
   Multimedia basic  Technology    Sociology
   Multimedia advanced Technology    Magazine Writing
   News Literacy    Communication Rhetoric
   Transmedia Storytelling    Electronic Commerce
   Information Literacy    Introduction to E-Commerce
   International Relations    Advanced E-commerce
   Video News Production I    Magazine Editors and Planning
   Video News Production II    History of Media Communication
   Internet Editing and  Reporting      Computer Graphics
   Psychology    Fans Business
   Introduction to Business    Reading and Analysis of Financial Statements
   Public Relations    Small Editors Business
   Photojournalism    Categorized News Reporting
   Big Data Analysis and Application    Cultural Studies

 

 

Social Science Courses Credits
Elective  Courses  Economics (School Required Course) 0 2/1
 Statistics for Communication Research (School Required Course) 2/2 0
 Psychology 2/1 0
 Political Science 2/2 0
 Sociology 0 2/2
 International Relations 2/2 0
 Social Psychology 2/3 0
 Linguistics 0 2/3
 Study on Contemporary Social Problems 0 2/3
 Cultural Studies 2/4 0

 

Left columns shows first semester while right shows second. Numbers such as 2/1 represent the credits for the course and the year in which students will normally complete it, as 2 credits taken in the first year.

 


 

Communication Theory Courses Credits
Elective Courses  Communication History 2/2 0
 Media Sociology 2/3 2/3
 Oral Communication 2/4 0
 Political Communication 2/4 0
 Organizational Communication 2/4 0
 Interpersonal Communication 2/4 0
 Selected Readings in Communication-1 2/4 0
 Selected Readings in Communication-2 0 2/4
 Media Ethics 2/4 0
 International Communication 0 2/4
 Communication on Law 0 2/4
 Critical Study on Mass Media 0 2/4
 Media Literacy 2/2 0

 

Left columns shows first semester while right shows second. Numbers such as 2/1 represent the credits for the course and the year in which students will normally complete it, as 2 credits taken in the first year.

 


 

Media Management Courses Credits
Elective Courses  Management 2/2 0
 Accounting 0 2/2
 Management of Media Organizations 2/3 0
 Management of Public Relations Corporations 0 2/4
 Management of Advertising Agencies 0 2/4
 Seminar on Media 2/4 2/4
 Media Marketing and Promotion 0 2/4
 Studies on Media Market Strategies 0 2/4

 

Left columns shows first semester while right shows second. Numbers such as 2/1 represent the credits for the course and the year in which students will normally complete it, as 2 credits taken in the first year.

 


 

Mainland China Communication Courses Credits
Elective Courses  Studies on Mainland China Communication 0 2/2
 Journalism in Mainland China 2/2 0
 Radio and TV Industries in Mainland China 0 2/2
 Advertising Industries in Mainland China 2/2 0
 Digital Content Industries in Mainland China 0 2/2

 

Left columns shows first semester while right shows second. Numbers such as 2/1 represent the credits for the course and the year in which students will normally complete it, as 2 credits taken in the first year.

 


 

Language Training Courses Credits
Elective Courses  Mandarin Pronunciation 1/2 0
 Advanced Mandarin Pronunciation 0 1/2
 South Fukien dialect Pronunciation 1/2  
 Advanced South Fukien dialect Pronunciation 0 1/2
 English Interview 1 1/2 2/2
 Professional English 1 2/2 0
 Professional English 2 0 2/2
 English Interview 2 1/3 1/3

 

Left columns shows first semester while right shows second. Numbers such as 2/1 represent the credits for the course and the year in which students will normally complete it, as 2 credits taken in the first year.

 


 

Advanced Computer Courses Credits
Elective Courses  Information Technology: Multimedia Application 2/2 0
 Information Technology: Internet Application 0 2/2

 

Left columns shows first semester while right shows second. Numbers such as 2/1 represent the credits for the course and the year in which students will normally complete it, as 2 credits taken in the first year.