Broadcasting / Journalism Degree Programme

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BA (Hons) Journalism

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Campus: Kuala Lumpur

Intakes: Commencement from 2017 onwards

Duration: 3 years

STPM Successful completion with 2 full passes or equivalent with minimum CGPA of 2.0
A-Level Successful completion with at least a pass in 2 subjects
Recognised Matriculation or foundation CGPA 2.0
*Relevant APIIT Diploma Successful completion
*Study in another recognised institution Successful completion with academic credits equivalent to Year 1 of an honours degree in relevant subjects

 

*Direct entry to Year 2 degree

  • A qualification that APU accepts as equivalent to the above
Year 1
  • The Press
  • Thinking Journalism
  • Essential Law for Public Affairs for Journalists I
  • Essential Law for Public Affairs for Journalists II
  • Report & Writing I
  • Report & Writing II
  • Journalism in Practice 1 I
  • Journalism in Practice 1 II
Year 2
  • Behind The Headlines: Journalism Studies
  • Journalism in Practice 2 I
  • Journalism in Practice 2 II
  • Law for Journalists 2
  • Production Journalism I
  • Production Journalism II
  • Reporting Courts and Councils I
  • Reporting Courts and Councils II
  • Internship
Year 3
  • Journalism Project I
  • Journalism Project II
  • Understanding Photojournalism
  • Reporting Live I
  • Reporting Live II
  • Reporting Live III
  • Work Placement + Career Development I
  • Work Placement + Career Development II

BA (Hons) Broadcast Journalism

In BA (Hons) Journalism, the focus is on developing vital transferable communication and social skills, intellectual flexibility and personal initiative. For instance, practical skills are developed by being sent out to report on the news and you will learn editing and production techniques required across all the platforms of print, online and broadcast. Shorthand is taught along with news and feature writing, providing you with the perfect platform to develop specialisms such as magazine writing and sports writing. In contrast, students of BA (Hons) Broadcast Journalism are taught how to write news and work as presenters and reporters on TV and radio. They learn how to find stories, report, interview, use a TV camera and radio equipment and how to produce and direct in a studio. Students cover local, national and international events, sports news and even celebrity gossip. There are modules on Government, Politics and Journalistic Ethics, and a strong emphasis on the law relating to broadcast journalism.

BA (Hons) Sports Journalism

The BA (Hons) in Sports Journalism is a market leader in this subject. Students are introduced to the practical skills of journalism, including the reporting of sports events using print, online, radio and TV. A background to Sports Policy and an introduction to the Sociology of Sport are also taught along with Media Law and Shorthand. This award has been designed to improve sports news, feature writing and broadcasting skills. Students also receive essential technical training in editing and production techniques in preparation for work placement in a sports journalism environment.
 

Bachelor of Mass Communication (Hons) (Broadcasting)

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Campus: Subang Jaya

Intakes: March, August

Duration: 3 years

Taylor’s Foundation in Arts (FIA) / Taylor’s Foundation in Communication (FICM) / Taylor’s Diploma in Communication (DICM) Pass with min. CGPA 2.00
STPM Min. CGPA 2.00 in 3 subjects and min. C for each subject
UEC Pass with min. 5Bs including B4 in English
A Levels Min. DDD / 180 points in 3 subjects
South Australian Matriculation (SAM)/SACE International Min. ATAR 65
Canadian Pre-University (CPU) Min. average of 60% in 6 subjects
International Baccalaureate (IB) Min. 24 points in 6 subjects
Monash University Foundation Year (MUFY)
Min. 240 / 400
Year 1
  • Introduction to Mass Communication
  • Visual Communication
  • Critical & Creative Thinking
  • Communication Theory
  • 4 MPU
  • Innovative Media
  • Media Writing
  • Intercultural Communication
  • Communication Research Fundamentals
  • Elective
Year 2
  • Audience Studies
  • Broadcasting Principles
  • Writing for Broadcast
  • 5 Minors
  • Interactive Media
  • Radio & TV Production
  • Broadcast Performance
  • Elective
  • MPU
Year 3
  • Media Law & Ethics
  • Advance TV Production
  • Digital Storytelling & Production
  • Professional Media Workshop
  • Minor VI
  • Internship