The Communication Sciences Undergraduate Program, which has been prepared by our expert and experienced academic staff, is structured with courses aiming to establish a solid foundation in the field of social sciences for the first two years. Our experience based in the fields of communication sciences at graduate and postgraduate level iluustrate that existing job opportunities in different fields of communication can be developed by the presence of graduates who are able to understand and operate the culture, society and communication dynamics. In addition to the compulsory courses aiming to provide a strong foundation, the Communication Sciences Undergraduate program is structured with rich elective courses on four main axes: Cultural Studies, Political Communication and Political Economy, Cinema and New Media.
Social Media Studies, Digital Storytelling Studies, Sociology of Communication, Ethnography of Communication, Philosophy of Communication, Communication Policies, Sociology of Everday Life, Gender Studies, Intercultural Communication, Film Studies, Memory Studies, Popular Culture Studies, Health Communication, Critical Theory, Social Theory
The undergraduate program reflects the versatility of the field of communication and the interdisciplinary approach to this field. Along with the rich and diverse theoretical knowledge of communication, our graduates with the knowledge and experience they have gained from the applied undergraduate courses for the studies in the Digital Storytelling, Photography, Desktop Publishing and Production workshops operating within the department.