The Carman-Ainsworth school district offers many elective courses that will help you get a head start in developing skills that you will use in Arts and Communications occupations while still in school. It begins by introducing the key components of the political communication system (political actors, the media and citizens) and considering how different theoretical perspectives (such as the public sphere) can be used to analyse the media’s coverage of politics.
At SACAC, you will be exposed to unlimited possibilities, through interaction with industry members and academicians, a location that leverages the best of New Delhi and mass communication and media arts courses that encourage experiential learning off campus as much as on it.
A bold and innovative approach is needed for an integrated investigation of the world and the Faculty of Arts and Humanities intends to explore arts, design, communication and social sciences from an interdisciplinary perspective to respond creatively and sensitively to societal issues and relevant debates.
The course seeks to introduce students to a particular field of communication practice, giving them hands-on experience, an opportunity to interact with people in the real world working in a communication area, and an opportunity to build a portfolio.
The Bachelor of Arts (Media and Communications) prepares graduates for a range of careers, in fields such as marketing, advertising, editing, public relations, industrial relations, management, sales, tourism, administration, public service, and community work.