MCJ prepares world-class communication graduates. Students receive state-of-the-art training in visual storytelling, multimedia journalism, and development communication while developing insight to support effective human communication in a time of rapidly changing technologies.
Master media to tell stories and present ideas persuasively
Articulate ideas effectively with content for organizations and individuals
Connect people across all walks of life
Beautify the world by ensuring seamless communication
A North American standard communication program
Affordable quality education (40% tuition waiver for all)
Credit transfer to various Canadian universities
Market-based, sellable communication training
Constantly synced with ever-evolving digital communication technologies
Produces multi-tasking communicators
Educated in Media and Film studies, Information and Cognitive Science, and Sociology and Social Informatics respectively from Dhaka University, Indiana University Bloomington, and Oslo University, Dr. Anis Pervez taught at several universities in Bangladesh and the US. He worked as an electronic communication researcher at the Oslo University Centre for Technology and Human Value in the late 1990s as ICTs just appeared to revolutionize the world. He served the Indiana University think tank Center for Studies in Global Change. Dr. Pervez has worked for several development organizations including UNDP and UNESCO Asia Pacific as a communication and development consultant. His research includes cognition, cinema, and cybernetics. Currently, Dr. Pervez is developing a neocybernetic theory of cinema. Dr. Pervez regularly publishes film reviews on various national and international platforms.
Educated and on-hand skilled in television production (tv drama, docudrama, talk show, TV commercials), film, radio and theater. Experienced in direction, script writing and acting. PhD in Creative Arts (Jahangirnagar University & Jordan University. Dr. Biswas has taught in different universities in Bangladesh; published novel, poetry and play in Bangla, English and German language.
Film criticism, feminism, film theory, media, and journalism.
Kazi Kamrun Nahar Tania is academically trained in Television and Film Studies from the University of Dhaka. She has industry experience in broadcast journalism as she worked for Somoy Television. Tania made her film-making debut in 2019.
Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Media, Communication and Journalism is a 132 credit hours program that produces high-end communicators catering to the market needs. Graduates will have the skills and insight to lead the coming of the 4th Industrial Revolution in the country.
18 Credit Hours
General Education Courses
75 Credit Hours Core Media, Communication and Journalism Courses with emphasis on social media and development communication
9 courses of 27 Credit Hours in Visual Storytelling
9 courses of 27 Credit Hours in Multimedia Journalism
6 Credit Hours Senior Project
6 Credit Hours Internship