Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism

Dankook University
Yongin-Si, Gyeonggi-Do, South Korea
Qualification
Bachelor's Degree
Study mode
Full-time
Duration
4 years
Tuition fee (local)
Information not available
Tuition fee (foreign)
US$ 29,175

Entry Requirements

  • General: Applicant must hold a valid high school diploma
  • Transfer (Sophomore-level)
    • Completed two semesters (one year) with more than 33 credits from 4-year universities in Korea
    • Completed two semesters (one year) with 1/4 graduation credits from 4-year universities outside Korea
    • Graduated or graduate-to-be from 2-year college both in and outside Korea
  • Transfer (Junior-level)
    • Completed two semesters (one year) with more than 33 credits from 4-year universities in Korea
    • Completed two semesters (one year) with 1/4 graduation credits from 4-year universities outside Korea
    • Graduated or graduate-to-be from 2-year college both in and outside Korea

Language Proficiency Requirement

  • All undergraduate program applicants must satisfy language proficiency requirement before they apply for admission. Test scores more than two years old will not be accepted as proof of language proficiency.
    • All programs: TOPIK 3 or above
    • Programs in area of arts, design, music, and sports: TOPIK 1 or above

Curriculum

  • Introduction to Mass Communication\
  • Introduction to Journalism
  • Leadership Development
  • Advertising Theory
  • The understanding of Media Contents
  • Understanding Globalization
  • Understanding Globalization
  • Theories of Mass Communication
  • Digital Society and Culture
  • Advertising & Media
  • Practice in News Writing
  • Public Opinion and Mass Media
  • Basic Statistics in Mass Communication
  • Methodology of Mass Communication Research
  • Introduction to media technologies
  • Broadcast Journalism
  • Speech Communication
  • News Reporting and Writing 1
  • Global Communication
  • Media Law
  • Issues & Discussion of Media
  • Journalism Major Seminar 1
  • Field Training 1 (Journalism)
  • Field Training 2 (Journalism)
  • Investigative Reporting
  • Newspaper Editing
  • Communication History
  • Media Ethics
  • On-line Journalism 
  • Journalism Major Seminar 2
  • Field Training 1 (Journalism)
  • Field Training 2 (Journalism)
  • Photo-Journalism
  • Theories of Magazine and Publication
  • Understanding of Media Industry
  • Domestic Internship 1 (Journalism)
  • Domestic Internship 2 (Journalism)
  • International Internship 1 (Journalism)
  • International Internship 1 (Journalism)
  • Journalism Major Seminar 3
  • Field Training 1 (Journalism)
  • Field Training 2 (Journalism)
  • Video Journalism Production
  • Media and Politics
  • Domestic Internship 2 (Journalism)
  • International Internship 1 (Journalism)
  • Journalism Major Seminar 4

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