Mass Communication
Mass communication is the study of how people exchange information through mass media to large segments of the population at the same time. In other words, mass communication refers to the imparting and exchanging of information on a large scale to a wide range of people.

B.Sc Mass Communication

100 Level Psychology Show

Level: 100
Common Courses:
Introduction to Psychology: 2
History of Psychology: 2
Quantitative Methods in Psychology: 4
Learning Processes: 2
Basic Concepts in Experimental Psychology: 2
General Studies: 18
Micro & Macro Economics Analysis - Introduction: 4
Chemistry: 4
Total Credit Units: 38
200 Level Psychology Show
Level: 200
Common Courses:
General Experimental Psychology: 4
Physiological Psychology: 4
Industrial Psychology: 2
Introduction to Social Psychology: 2
Development Psychology in the Social: 4
General Studies: 6
Psychology of Ethnicity and Ethnic Groups: 4
Psycho-Biology: 2
Experimental Design: 2
Principles of Criminology and Juvenile Delinquency: 2
Elective Courses: 4
Total Credit Units: 36
300 Level Psychology Show
Level: 300
Common Courses:
Statistical Methods in Psychology: 4
Clinical Psychology: 4
Personality Assessment: 4
Sensory Processes: 2
Psychology of Substance Abuse: 2
Psychological Testing and Test Construction: 2
Research Methods in Psychology: 2
Total General Studies: 2
Cross-Cultural Psychology: 10
Total Credit Units: 32
400 Level Psychology Show
Level: 400
Common Courses:
Psychological Testing and Test Construction: 4
Psycho-Biology Study of Behaviour: 4
Social Perception: 4
Practicals in Psychotherapy: 4
Psychology of Union Management Relations: 2
Clinical Psychology: 6
Organisational Psychology: 10
Total Credit Units: 34