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Radio, TV and Cinema (BSc)
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School
Faculty of Communication
Department
Radio, TV and Cinema
Qualification
BSc (Hons)
Level
Undergraduate
Mode
Full-time
Length
4 Years
Fees
€ 5,000 excl. Additional Fees
Scholarship
Yes
Start Date
September/February
Study Abroad
Yes
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Radio, TV and Cinema (BSc)

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Girne American University Radio, Television and Cinema Department is a four year academic program, providing education, research and practice opportunities in the field of communications. Goal of the Radio, Television and Cinema department is to produce liberal and creative thinking young communicators who are responsive to social problems and who can express their thoughts and act in line with the principles of professional ethics and social responsibility.

 

As an interdisciplinary program, Radio, Television and Cinema department aims to equip students with a strong foundation in sociology, history, philosophy, politics and arts. Consequently, the program curriculum aims at harvesting both theoretical knowledge and practical skills, establishing the right balance between theory and practice. In this context the program includes practical courses in addition to theoretical courses. In accordance with ‘learning by producing’ principle, students attending the practical courses will be equipped with technical know-how and have the opportunity to both practice with and produce radio and television programs, short films and documentaries on GAU Radio and GAU TV which operate as part of the GAU university. Our graduates are well equipped to work in radio and television production and broadcasting fields and also in the field of cinema.

 

Upon completion of their four year undergraduate studies, our students are able to actively find jobs in addition to opportunities for post graduate studies.

 

In accordance with ‘learning by producing’ principle,  students attending the practical courses will be equipped with technical know-how and have the opportunity to both practice with and produce radio and television programs, short films and documentaries  on  GAU Radio and GAU TV which operate as part of the GAU university.

 

Our graduates are well equipped to work in radio and television production and broadcasting fields and also in the field of cinema.Upon completion of their four year undergraduate studies, our students are able to actively find jobs in addition to opportunities for post graduate studies.

 

The field of communications is vast and so involves contact with a myriad of different aspects of society, such as advertising, broadcasting, journalism, public relations and social media: Media designers, film and photojournalism, magazine and publication editors, investor specialists, copy writers, media planners, media buyers, creative directors, radio TV broadcasting managers, news writers, news managers, reporters, editors, newscasters, script writers, news researchers, technical writers, employee communication specialists, publicity managers,  advertising managers, fundraisers, public opinion researchers, media analysts, program coordinators, public relations managers, legislative assistants, communication academicians  and many others.

 

Year 1

Fall Semester

  • RTC101  Introduction to Communications
  • COMP103  Introduction to Computer & Information Systems I
  • PSYC100  Introduction to Behavioural Science I: Psychology
  • RTC103  Basic Concept of Rd-TV
  • EGL101  Development of Reading Skills
  • NH001 NC National History I

Spring Semester

  • RTC102  History of Communications
  • COMP104  Information Systems and Computers II
  • SOCY100  Introduction to Behavioural Science II
  • RTC112  News Report Writing
  • EGL102  Development of Writing Skills
  • NH002 NC National History II

 

 

 

Year 2

Fall Semester

  • RTC201  Radio and TV Programming I
  • RTC214  History of World Cinema
  • PRE201  Introduction to Political Science
  • PRE203  Communication Sociology
  • RTC211  Introduction to Economics
  • TURK001 NC Turkish I

Spring Semester

  • RTC235  Diction and Debate
  • RTC202  Radio & TV Programming II
  • PRE210  Advertising Design
  • RTC203  Camera Application
  • PRE206  Media Law
  • TURK002 NC Turkish II

 

 

 

Year 3

Fall Semester

  • RTC304  Techniques of TV Production I
  • RTC307  Radio & TV News Writing
  • RTC338  Visual Advertising Techniques
  • RTC339  Research of Mass Media
  • RTC306  Conversation & Techniques of Interview

Spring Semester

  • RTC305  Techniques of TV Production II
  • RTC308  Applications of Assembling
  • RTC312  Radio & TV Announcing
  • RTC332  Theories Mass Media
  • RTC321  Scenario

 

 

 

Year 4

Fall Semester

  • RTC407  Music Programs of Radio & TV
  • RTC410  History of Turkish Cinema
  • Elective
  • Elective
  • Elective

Spring Semester

  • PRE408  Media Ethic
  • RTC425  Film, Criticism, Analysis
  • RTC427  TV Studio Management
  • RTC428  Documentary Film
  • Elective

 

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