M.A.(MCJ). Master of Arts in Mass Communication & Journalism l Intake : 60

Programme Approved by MIT World Peace University
Admissions Open for 2017-18 Apply Now

Objective of the Course

The world has come closer due to globalization of education, trade and commerce. Students need basic knowledge of foreign languages for qualifying themselves for placement in multi-national companies. So these courses are provided as evening programmes as a value addition along with regular academic programmes. The study of foreign languages will facilitate students to acquire skills of effective communication and understanding to deal with people of different nationalities and in international relations.

MACS College offers Certificate Courses in French, German and Japanese affiliated to the University of Pune. The college has experienced and dedicated faculties& excellent infrastructure.


02 Years (Full time)

Highlights of the Course

  • News Channel Simulation
  • High-end Editing setup

  • Internships at TV Channels, Production Houses & Reputed PR Agencies
  • Study Tours & Field Visits including National & optional international tour.
  • Hands-on Training with Multi Camera setup
  • Guest Lectures and Workshops by Industry Professionals
  • News Room & Chroma Studio
  • High Student – Equipment Ratio


  • Graduation in any stream

Admission Procedure

  • Written Exam based on General Knowledge, Language Skills and Aptitude followed by Personal Interview conducted by College.

Examination Pattern

  • Semester – Credit Based System

Value addition programmes

  • Broadcast Journalism (First Year)
  • Video Production (Second Year)
  • Students can avail facility of Regular Coaching / Training of Civil Services Competitive Examinations UPSC and MPSC at MIT Civil Services Training Institute, MIT Campus, Kothrud Pune, after College hours during their graduation. for more information please visit http://www.mitcst.com/


Semester I

Code Subject
101 Language Skills for Media
102 News Reporting And Writing (I)
103 News Editing (I)
104 Feature Writing (I)
105 World View: Issues, Ideas and Challenges (I)
106 Practical Work
Semester II

Code Subject
201 News reporting and writing
202 News Editing (II)
203 Feature Writing (II) (I)
204 World View: Issues, Ideas and Challenges (II)
205 Trends in Journalism
206 TV Journalism (I)
207 Radio Journalism (I)
208 New Media (I)
209 Practical Work
Semester III

Code Subject
301 Communication: Theory and Practice
302 Media Research Methods
303 World View: Issues, Ideas and Challenges (III))

(Any two out of 304,305,306)

Code Subject
304 TV Journalism (II)
305 Radio Journalism (II)
306 New Media (II)
(Any one out of 307,308,309,310)

Code Subject
307 Agriculture Journalism
308 Development Journalism
309 Environmental Journalism
310 Science Journalism
311 Practical Work
Semester IV

Code Subject
401 Media Management and Laws
402 Principals and Ethics of Journalism
403 World View: Issues, Ideas and Challenges (IV)

(Any two out of 404,405,406,407)

Code Subject
404 Advertising
405 Public Relations
406 Film Appreciation
407 Magazine Journalism
(Any one out of 408 to 411)

Code Subject
408 Business Journalism
409 Culture Journalism
410 Law, Order and Crime Journalism
411 Sports Journalism
(Any one out of 412,413)

Code Subject
412 Research Dissertation
413 In-Depth Report