The Department of Journalism and Communication offers a 4-year degree programme in journalism and communication. It focuses on training students to be business journalists and corporate communication professionals in order to meet societal demands by offering two concentrations: business journalism and corporate communication.
BJC students are normally required to complete a total of 129 credits in three Study Areas: General Education, Business, and Journalism and Communication.
The table below illustrates the number of required and elective modules in each study area.
No. of required modules (Credits)
No. of elective modules (Credits)
No. of free elective modules (Credits)
Total no. of modules studied (Credits)
Journalism and Communication
With Business Journalism Concentration/ Corporate Communication Concentration