Masters IN MEDIA STUDIES (Film & Tv)

The MS department has a balance of industry experts as well as professional educationists who strive to use their collective knowledge to consistently develop more complex and detailed course work that will guarantee the students the opportunity to reach to their full potential.

Upon successful completion of the program, candidates will be familiar with Digital Marketing and be able to:

  • Understanding theoretical perspective on the philosophical elements within a narrative art form.
  • The ability to appreciate and analyze deep narrative strategies and study craft in films.
  • Exposing students to alternative international cinema in order to guide them to develop an analytical eye.
  • To further develop a deep technical understanding of the technologies used in modern day filmmaking
  • To develop strong research skills within the field of film and television.

The degree will open job prospects in the following capacities:

  • Writer
  • Cinematographer
  • Director
  • Producer
  • Associate Producer

Masters IN MEDIA STUDIES (Advertisement)

The Master’s program equips students to become the leaders in the advertising world. Academicians enhance the understanding and the importance of market research, analysis and strategy; enable students to adhere to market dynamics to create robust communication with skillful promotion. While the world keeps changing this program keeps abreast of innovation and technology, so students adapt to the evolving needs of the advertising industry.

After completing the program, a student will be able to:

  • Develop creatives strategizing with market dynamics
  • Translate the creative brief into solution and purposeful campaigns
  • Develop communication for all conventional and new media
  • Apply research skills for brand solutions
  • Strategize for building brand image
  • Academic/Industry Researcher
  • Manager Strategy
  • Manager Client Service
  • Creative Group Head
  • Senior Copywriter
  • Director
  • Producer
  • Art Director