Why Journalism and Mass Communication?
The JMC major at AUBG follows the best U.S. teaching traditions and combines strong academic foundations with a learning-through-doing approach. Our students get to explore their passions and interests in class offerings spanning from writing for media to digital photojournalism, documentary filmmaking, podcasting, graphic design, media law and ethics, and PR, all taught by leading professionals coming from across the globe. To put classroom knowledge into practice, the AUBGers have at their disposal high-tech university equipment, a Mac lab, and a JMC studio.
Why Liberal Arts?
What’s special about the Liberal Arts education model is that it gives you the freedom to explore your interests in different fields, making the best out of the many educational options available. For example, you could double major in Journalism and Mass Communication and Business Administration and prepare for a successful career in marketing and PR. Or you could combine JMC and Political Science and begin a professional path in politics. There are also many minor programs at AUBG to choose from -- such as Integrated Marketing Communications, Entrepreneurship, Public Policy, and Film and Theater Studies – to further expand your JMC studies.
Here are just a few of the career options you can pursue after completing a Journalism and Mass Communication degree:
- TV host
- Radio Host
- Content Creator
- Digital Marketing Expert
- Marketing Director
- Public Relations Professional
- Event Manager