Degree Requirements

The Bachelor of Arts in Communication and Multimedia program’s structures are as follows:

Program Structure

Compulsory

(Credit Hours)

Electives

(Credit Hours)

Total

(Credit Hours)

University Requirements

23

9

32

Program Requirements

21

15

36

Concentration Requirements

Graphic Design

Multimedia

Public Relations

39

12

51

Free Electives

0

6

6

Total

83

42

125

 

University Requirements

Compulsory – 23 credits

Electives – 9 credits

Code

Title

Cr

Pre-Req

Code

Title

Cr

ARA101

Arabic

3

-

 

 

 

 

 

Selection of 3 courses according the student’s study plan

 

 

 

 

9

 

 

CSC101

Computing Essentials

3

-

ENG101

English I

3

-

ENG102

English II

3

ENG101

ENG201

English III: Technical writing

3

ENG102

SBS155

Human Rights

2

-

SBS206

Bahrain Modern History

3

-

WCS201

Cultural Studies I

3

ENG201

 

Programme Requirements

Compulsory – 21 credits

Electives – 15 credits

Code

Title

Cr

Pre-Req

Code

Title

Cr

Pre-Req

CGM400

Internship

3

 

COM302

News Writing & Reporting II

3

COM204

COM201

Introduction to Mass Communication

3

-

COM303

Media Translation II

3

COM202

COM301

Media Law, Ethics & Society

3

-

COM304

International and Intercultural Communication

3

-

GRD134

Digital Photography

3

-

COM309

Public Opinion

3

-

GRD221

Digital Media I

3

-

COM403

Advertising in Electronic Media

3

-

MMP101

Introduction to Visual Culture in Digital Media

3

-

GRD152

Art History II

3

GRD151

MMP207

Introduction to Multimedia Tools

3

-

GRD214

Typography II

3

GRD213

 

 

 

 

GRD222

Digital Media II

3

GRD221

 

 

 

 

GRD326

Motion Graphics

3

GRD222

 

 

 

 

GRD427

Interactive Digital Media

3

GRD326

Department Information

"The Role of 5G in IOT" webinar

The webinar “The Role of 5G in IOT” will be held on 1st of March from 12 pm to 1pm Bahrain time. The speaker will be Dr Bilel Jamoussi- Chief of the Study Groups Department at the International Telecommunication Union Standardization Bureau in Geneva Switzerland. The webinar will explain how the ITU is bringing together governments, industry, international organizations and academia to develop consensus based international standards for 5G and IoT, and in particular, how this work is shaping smart cities. The webinar will also explore how 5G will support IoT applications across various industry sectors.