Bircham University’s Audio-visual Communication program looks at the ongoing changes in the area of audio-visual communication, in addition to, the new progress in the mass communication's concept. The program examines the key components necessary for the innovation and production of audio-visual messages and demonstrates it with contemporary examples of television, film, Internet, broadcasting and multimedia. Lastly, the program contains a study of the usages of audio-visual media and related institutions.
Subjects covered on this course include: The Communication Process, Media Influence, Mass Communications, Advertising & Public Relations, Broadcasting, Writing for Television & Radio, News Writing & Reporting, Radio Broadcasting & Operation, Television Production & Directing, Broadcast Management, Multimedia Communications, Visual Arts and Audio-visual Communication. Subjects account for 3 academic credits each.
The Audio-visual Communication course is available at Specialist, Expert, Bachelor's, Master's & Ph.D. (Doctoral) Degree Program levels.
UIC’s Degree in Audio-visual Communication is conceived to prepare professionals to conquer the audio-visual skills and abilities which are vital in almost all aspects of modern life.
The global effect that new communication and information technologies have on society has peaked demand for specialists capable of making the most of new stages and designing new and innovative content. We are in a steadily developing technological culture in which sound and image develop more pertinent and useful every day. We need new, creative minds that are equipped and able to fill new media with high-quality data, narratives and entertainment and affix new dimensions to them.
The instruction provided at UIC Barcelona highlights the flexibility and dynamics that help create, manage and produce audio-visual content of the utmost quality, without dropping sight of professional ethics and social responsibility.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors
Language of instruction: Catalan, English, Spanish