Social Relations (Journalism)

AU Journalism Department was operationalized to provide skilled human resources for media activities. It has three sub fields: print media, radio and television. Journalism bachelor’s courses include 136 credits in four years. The discipline is intended to educate journalists to meet demands for radio and TV programs, providing them with necessary skills to produce programs, and train artistic and executive forces to engage in media activities. Journalism courses are delivered in theory and in practice.
Major Subjects
Some of essential journalism subjects are as follow:
– Visual Perception and Expression,
– Directing TV Programs,
– Design and Script Writing Workshop,
– Single-Camera Program Production,
– TV Documentary,
– Radio Script Writing and Program Production,
– Radio Journalism,
– Digital Photography,
– Photojournalism (News Photography),
– Basics Of Shooting,
– Basics Of Production,
– Introduction to TV Instruments,
– Press Graphics,
– News Writing For Print, Audial and Visual Media,
– Mass Communication Theories,
– Editing and News Management,
– Critique and Commenting on Print Articles,
– Specialized Journalism,
– Graphic and Layout of Print Media,
– Psychology, and
– Principles Of Journalism.
Academic Cadre Member
o    Dr. Ali Yawar Akbari (PhD in Communications)
o    Professor Khadija Moradi (Masters degree in Persian Literature and linguistic, Researcher)
o    Dr. Sahra Karimi (PhD in Cinematic Sciences)
o    Professor Mohammad Hussain Mohammadi (Masters degree in TV and Radio, Author)