This programme is intended to train specialists in communication for rapid entry into the professional life or research.
Common core syllabus: content, discourse, and image analysis; the practice of research; practitioners' forum; theoretical instruction: sociology, media reception, political information, communication, multidisciplinary approaches: law, economics, ethics, history, sociology and media; specializations: communication in politics, on television, for the tourism industry, in intercultural contexts, within the academy, etc. Two mentions to choose from: media; communication and journalism.
Length of programme: 4 semesters
ECTS credits: 120
Bachelor or Master or degree considered equivalent; Bachelor or Master in another field and successful completion of a reorientation course worth between 30 and 60 credits.
No work experience is required.
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