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Diploma in Communication

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Exam BodyInternal Diploma Malaysia
Course Duration2 years
Part Time/Full TimeFull Time
FeesRM 30,100 There is currently a waiver package available. Please e-mail [email protected] for more details.
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FacultyFaculty of Arts and Communication
Conducted entirely in MalaysiaYes
Awarding CountryMalaysia
Level of StudyDiploma Level
Field of StudyCommunication & Broadcasting
Course Description

The HELP Diploma in Communication programme is delivered by a team of experts with extensive experience in the media and communication industries, possessing qualifications from institutions that are leaders in the study and teaching of communication. The HELP University Diploma in Communication provides a solid foundation for degree studies in media and communication at HELP University or beyond.

At HELP University it provides direct entry into Year 2 of the Bachelor of Communication (Hons) programme with a choice of 3 majors (Media Studies, Marketing Communication and Public Relations).

PROGRAMME HIGHLIGHTS
  • Highly practical in nature, involving studio-based production of talk shows and field production of short videos and documentaries
  • Provides adequate knowledge and basic skills in all phases of print and media production, advertising, broadcasting and public relations
  • Hands-on experience in handling industry standard Panasonic HD cameras and Final Cut Pro editing software
  • Internship lasting one semester gives students real world exposure to media and production
  • School’s close links with industry and government sector help students secure internships and practical exposure at leading television stations, production houses and other media organisations
  • Provides pathways to a wide range of degree or postgraduate studies in Journalism, Marketing Communication, Public Relations, Advertising, Filmmaking and Design
  • Filmmaking and design in local or foreign universities
Curriculum

YEAR 1

SEMESTER 1

·       DMCH1013 Introduction to Mass Communication

·       DMCH1023 Human Communication

·       DMCH1033 Public Relations

·       DMCH1044 English for Academic Purposes

·       DMCH1053 Public Speaking and Presentation Skills

·       DMCH1064 Digital Photography Techniques

SEMESTER 2

·       DMCH1074 Creative Media Production

·       DMCH1084 Broadcast and New Media

·       DMCH1103 Advertising

SEMESTER 3

·       MPU2133 Bahasa Melayu Komunikasi 1 (International students)

·       MPU2163 Malaysian Studies 2 (Local students)

·       DMCH1094 Introduction to Marketing Communication

·       DMCH1113 Writing For Mass Media

·       DMCH1123 Graphics and Publication Design

·       DMCH1133 Principles of Journalism

·       MPU2233 Public Speaking Skills for Broadcasting OR

·       MPU2243 Critical Thinking Skills OR

·       MPU2213 Bahasa Kebangsaan A*
*For local students who did not have credit in BM SPM

YEAR 2

SEMESTER 4

·       DMCH2043 Communication in the Global Workplace

·       DMCH2063 Introduction to Research

·       DMCH2013 Introduction to Entrepreneurship

·       MPU2323 Malaysian Film Industry

·       DMCH2024 Media, Technology and Society

·       DMCH2074 Multimedia Design

SEMESTER 5

·       MPU2412 Co-Curriculum – Sport 1 OR

·       MPU2422 Co-Curriculum – Community Services 1 OR

·       MPU2432 Co-Curriculum – Event Management 1

·       DMCH2054 Event Management

·       DMCH2083 Introduction to Translation

·       DMCH2033 Social & Business Communication

SEMESTER 6

·       DMCH2098 Internship

Entry Requirements
  • SPM / O-LevelsAt least 3 credits (including a pass in SPM English)
  • Senior Middle 3 (UEC)At least 3 B's
  • STPMAt least Grade C in any subject
  • Equivalent qualification
INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS ONLY

International students who do not have the minimum English language entry requirement may be accepted into the programme. However, they are first to enroll in the university's Intensive English Programme (IEP) and sit for the IELTS or other similar tests. Upon passing the test with 5.0 score or equivalent, students can formally enroll in the faculty programme.

 
Intake Months

January 11, May 24, August 23

 

All fees are in RM (Ringgit Malaysia) currency unless stated otherwise.


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