Introduction to Faculty of Mass Communication
1. Faculty Profile:
The Faculty of Mass Communication emphasizes creative and professional aspects of mass communication; students do not only learn theories, they also learn how to apply theories in practice fields. By the time they graduate they are trained, qualified and ready to work as professionals.
The faculty aims at nurturing its graduates to mold them in up to date shape of market experience, all of which is constantly guaranteed by the limited number of students admitted in each program , available privileges and facilities , trainings , as well as selected staff of practioners and field experts.
2. Our Vision::
Faculty of Mass Communication strives to; be one of the best on a national, regional and international level, provide an education that transcends local language and culture, and achieve pluralism and diversity.
3. Our Mission:
A: Educate students to contribute positively to the role of the media in society through their knowledge, analytical and technical skills, as well as cultural awareness.
B: Encourage students to achieve excellence in both research and academic activities and instill in them professional ethics that distinguishes them throughout their careers.
C: Enrich students learning experience through cooperation with organizations in the field of mass communication.
D: Develop faculty and student’s conviction in their important role in community services.
E: Consistently meet the programs validation requirements of Bedfordshire University and the accreditation of the National Authority for Quality Assurance and Accreditation of Education (NAQAAE) for academic quality.
Students are offered internships in major Egyptian and international media organizations operating in Egypt. Public seminars are also offered featuring top media figures and field trips are offered to increase exposure to professional fields. Coupled with a firm foundation in the mass communication field, students are provided with a solid background in ethical, legal, philosophical, political, social and historical principles that enable them to interpret human affairs and communicate intelligently and effectively. Therefore, MSA offers its students the opportunity to enhance their potentials and skills at MSA TV and Campus Spirit Magazine.
MSA is equipped with up to date computers that enables students to do their work with ease. In addition to an editing room equipped with MAC. Computers specially assigned to broadcasting students.
MSA Faculty of Mass Communication inaugurated a contribution to the broadcast arena in the Middle East. It is structured to merge high tech professional skills with academic knowledge.
Students trained in the center develop skills in:
1: Radio and studio production which includes digital camera operations, editing, scriptwriting, performance and directing, recording, producing ROSRs and wrap-around.
2: Field production which involves Electronic Field Production and Electronic News Production.
3: Developing full advertising and public relations campaigns with proper executions.
Students of Faculty of Mass Communication: