Magistracy

Speciality Code:

7M03210

Speciality Name:

Scientific Journalism and Communication

Faculty:

Journalism

  • Model of graduating student
  • Mandatory disciplines
  • Elective disciplines
  • Professional
Upon completion of this educational program, it is expected that undergraduates will be able to:
1. To analyze current problems and prospects for the development of journalism as a field of knowledge, its interdisciplinary communication; apply the synthesis and transformation of journalistic and interdisciplinary knowledge to solve educational, research problems.
2. Analyze various phenomena of the media, culture, consciousness, public life (texts, stories, works, situations, processes, etc.).
3. Interpret and evaluate journalistic texts of various style and genre affiliation.
4. To isolate, formulate a journalistic problem, solve it on the basis of scientific research methods and media technologies.
5. Design scenarios for the implementation of research projects based on information and methodologies for studying it.
6. Apply the theory of journalism in applied fields; express and justify their position on state policy issues; put forward, argue and solve scientific problems using the achievements of modern information culture, modern methods and means of scientific knowledge in the field of journalism;
7. Apply professional and practical skills for teaching mass media in educational institutions using modern computer technologies and interactive teaching methods; use educational materials based on various media sources;
8. Determine the relevance of the master's research; research goals and objectives; select and substantiate the appropriate research methodology; evaluate and interpret the results.
9. Create educational and research interdisciplinary projects: develop implementation scenarios, reasonably predict results and conclusions.
10. Systematically represent the programs of planning, organizing and implementing educational activities for certain types of studies (laboratory, practical and seminar classes) in journalism in higher education organizations; demonstrate traditional and innovative educational methods and technologies of teaching journalistic disciplines.
11. Generate innovative ideas, put forward independent hypotheses; to build trajectories of professional improvements.
12. Develop prognostic scenarios and models for the development of communicative and sociocultural situations; draw up the main results and conclusions of the research project, present the results of the work (in the form of reports, articles, with the involvement of modern printing and editing tools) to correlate own interests with social and ethical values, and also with the interests of the team; be fluent in the language parameters of professional competence.
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