Journalism

6.061.00.00 Journalism
Qualification awarded: Bachelor of Journalism
Entry year: 2022
Mode of study: full
Program duration: 4 years
Institute: Institute of Jurisprudence and Psychology
Number of credits: 240 ECTS credits
Level of qualification according to the National Qualification Framework and the European Qualifications Framework: NQF Level 6 (First cycle of QF-EHEA / EQF Level 6)
Field(s) of study: Journalism
Specific admission requirements: Availability of a certificate of complete general secondary education
Specific arrangements for recognition of prior learning: If the previous level was obtained in another country, nostrification is is required, which is carried out by Lviv Polytechnic
Qualification requirements and regulations, including graduation requirements: ECTS credits are credited to the student in case of successful completion of written (oral) tests or exams of works and projects, defense of practice reports. Final state certification includes the defense of bachelor's theses and projects for the protection of practice reports. The final state attestation includes the defense of a bachelor's degree.
Characteristics of the educational program: Objects of study and activity: social communications in their various manifestations and types; social communication products; audience and other consumers (users) of these products. The purpose of study: to form the ability of the graduate to solve complex specialized problems and practical problems in the field of social communications, which involves the application of regulations and methods of social communication and other sciences and is characterized by uncertainty. Theoretical content of the subject area: the concept of journalism, advertising and public relations, publishing and editing and other types of communication activities as social communication institutions. Methods, techniques and technologies: applied social communication technologies; methods and techniques of collecting, processing and disseminating information, media planning, professional norms and standards and other special techniques used in the field of social communications and narrow professional fields of social communication. Tools and equipment: television and radio equipment, computers, software for processing images, video, sound and layout.
Програмні результати навчання: PR01. Explain your production actions and operations based acquired knowledge PR02. Apply knowledge in the field of subject specialization to create an information product or to conduct an information campaign PR03. Evaluate your own or someone else's information product, information campaign, organized and conducted independently or together with colleagues PR04. Search, process and analyze information from various sources PR05. Use modern information and communication technologies and specialized software to solve professional problems PR06. Plan your activities and the activities of the team taking into account the goals, limitations and perceived risks. PR07. Coordinate the implementation of personal tasks with the tasks of colleagues PR08. Identify in production situations facts, events, information, processes about which there is a lack of knowledge, and reveal the ways and sources of obtaining that knowledge PR09. Evaluate the activities of colleagues as bearers of rights and responsibilities of members of society, representatives of civil society PR10. Evaluate the activities of colleagues in terms of preservation and enhancement of social and cultural values ??and achievements PR11. Fluent in professional matters, including oral, written and electronic communication, in Ukrainian PR12. Fluent in professional matters, including oral, written and electronic communication, in a foreign language PR13. Anticipate the audience's reaction to the information product or information campaigns, taking into account the provisions and methods of social communication sciences PR14. Generate information content on a given topic using available as well as mandatory sources of information PR15. Create a competent media product on a given topic, a certain genre, taking into account the distribution channel or publication platform PR16. Plan your work and the work of colleagues, aimed at generating information content and creating a media product, as well as its promotion PR17. Post up-to-date information about your media product on accessible online platforms PR18. Use the necessary knowledge and technologies to overcome crisis communication situations on the basis of tolerance, dialogue and cooperation. Block № 1. Press, news agencies and online media PRS1.1 Writing a press release PRS1.2 Creating entertainment content PRS1.3 Preparation and formation of media kits PRS1.4 Use of foreign sources in journalism PRS1.5 Use of professional equipment in the preparation of journalistic materials PRS1.6 Writing media text in Slavic language PRS1.7 Creating your own model of the newspaper PRS1.8 Writing a media business plan PRS1.9 Skills to promote your own media text in new media Block № 2. Radio and television PRS 2.1 Preparation and creation of audiovisual content PRS 2.2 Analysis of primary sources in a foreign language in the preparation of journalistic material PRS 2.3 Creation of journalistic material for Internet radio and television media PRS 2.4 Use of teletechnics to create media products PRS 2.5 Preparation and creation of radio products PRS 2.6 Collection of information in one of the Slavic languages PRS 2.7 Creating a business project of TV and radio products PRS 2.8 Preparation and creation of a report and author's story on TV PRS 2.9 Formation of professional knowledge of a radio and television commentator and commentator
Academic mobility: Based on bilateral agreements between Lviv Polytechnic National University and Ukrainian universities.
Work placement(s): Journalists-practitioners of leading regional mass media are involved in teaching the first bachelor's degree of higher education at the Journalism Center. During the second, third and fourth year students study in regional and all-Ukrainian media
Programme director: Kitsa Mariana
Occupational profiles of graduates: Jobs in public and private media: correspondent, photojournalist, reporter, interviewer, editor, literary editor, executive secretary, cameraman, advertiser, press officer. The graduate can work in the following areas: 2451.2 Program Leader 2451.2 Graduation Editor 2451.2 Journalist 2451.2 Journalist of multimedia publications of mass media 2451.2 Foreign correspondent 2451.2 Commentator 2451.2 Correspondent 2451.2 Own correspondent 2451.2 Special correspondent 2451.2 Literary worker 2451.2 Observer 2451.2 Political columnist 2419.2 Public Relations and Press Specialist
Access to further studies: Obtaining the second (master's) level
Other program features: The program is practice-oriented and aims to form the training of universal journalists capable of working in various types of media.