Ten years after its establishment, our school still holds its founding principles of “strong basis, wide caliber, interdisciplinary learning, high quality and strong ability.” Aimed at the integration of journalism, communication, and law, the School has formed a complete education system in the sciences of Journalism and Communication. The school has established 2 undergraduate programs in Journalism and Broadcast Journalism and 2 master’s degree programs in Communication. In 2005, the School won the right to confer master degrees in all the secondary disciplines underneath the primary discipline.
The School has created 4 teaching and research sections of Journalism Theory, Journalism Business, Journalism Writing, Legal Journalism, along with Public Teaching and Research and Graduate Teaching and Research sections, 2 laboratories of Editing and Broadcasting, and a Legal Journalism Research Center. The School has 4 other facilities for TV Interview and Editing, Photography, Computer, and Laser Illumination.
Participating Departments or Schools
- School of Journalism and Communication