BA Communication Arts

Reviewed: 06 April 2015

PROGRAM PROFILE

The BA Communication Arts program trains students to be effective and savvy communication and media specialists who are able to critically, creatively, and imaginatively use their skills in the incisive analysis of social and cultural realities.

BA Communication Arts graduates are employed as corporate communication executives, media production staff, public relations officers, business process outsourcing specialists, theater artists, video production staff, advertising executives, web designers, teachers, communications and market researchers, speech writers, and print and broadcast journalists.

 

JOB OPPORTUNITIES

■ Media Practitioner
■ Corporate Communication Executive
■ Academe
■ Researcher
■ Print Production Staff / Executive
■ Speech Writer/Analyst
■ Public Relations Officer
■ Call Center Executive
■ Theater Practitioner
■ Video and Photo Production Practitioner
■ Advertising Executive
■ Web Designer

 

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COURSE PROSPECTUS

SUBJECTS

CORE SUBJECTS
Introduction to Communication Theories
The Structure and Function of Language
Language and Culture
Design Fundamentals
Principles of Public Relations and Advertising
Ethics in Organizational Communication
Prose Style
Aesthetics
Research Principles and Methods in Communication Arts

MEDIA ARTS MAJOR SUBJECTS
Media: History, Development and Theories
Photography: Theory and Practice
New Media in Communication
Writing for Print Media, Radio and Television
Print Media Production
Audio Production
Television / Video Production

COURSE PROSPECTUS


SPEECH COMMUNICATION MAJOR SUBJECTS
Rhetoric
Voice and Diction
Oral Interpretation
Occasional Speeches
Philippine Public Address
Group Discussion and Leadership
Communication in Public Relations
Organizational Communication
Business and Corporate Communication
Crisis Communication
Communication Planning
Intercultural Communication

THEATER ARTS MAJOR SUBJECTS
Contemporary Western Drama
Oriental Drama
Philippine Theatre
Acting
Directing
Stagecraft
Theatre Aesthetics
Play Production Practicum and Design
The Dynamics of Aesthetics of Community Theatre
Drama for Children
History of the Theatre

COURSE PROSPECTUS

REVISED GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES

  • AH 1, Dimensions of Identity: Understanding Ourselves Through Reading and Writing
  • AH 2, Exploring Ideas Through Academic Writing
  • AH 3, Effective Speech Communication
  • AH 4, Adventures in Fiction, Poetry & Drama
  • AH 5, Art and Society
  • AH 6, Visual Communication and Society
  • AH 7, Significant Themes in Literature and Films
  • SSP 1, Philippine History
  • SSP 2, Asia & The World
  • SSP 3, Foundations of Behavioral Science
  • SSP 4, Social, Economic & Political Thought
  • SSP 5, Philosophical Analysis
  • SSP 6, Wika at Pagka-Pilipino
  • SSP 7, The Hitchiker’s Guide to Mindanao
  • MST 1, Foundation of Natural Sciences I
  • MST 2, Foundation of Natural Sciences II
  • MST 3, Mathematics for General Education
  • MST 4, Science, Technology and Society
  • MST 5, Biotechnology and Society
  • MST 6, Biodiversity Challenge

 

For more information, contact:
Prof. John B. Bengan
Chairman, Department of Humanities
College of Humanities and Social Sciences
University of the Philippines Mindanao
Tel. No.: (082) 293-0084 (Dean's Office, telefax)

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