Radio & Television
Duration: 48 Months (4 Years)
Degree Awarded: Bachelor

University Requirements

Student must complete 18 credit hours
Course Code Course Name Credit Hours Prerequests
10032100 Remedial English 0
3
This course aims to establish the concept of Islamic culture and its position among the other international cultures, its position in the Muslim life, its sources, its bases and its characteristics.This course aims to introduce the Islamic culture in faith, worship, relations, morals, and knowledge, to discuss the clash between cultures in addition to Globalization, Human Rights, Woman Rights, Democracy and other contemporary issues.
3
This course aims to improve the level of students in language skills and various literary, read and absorb and express written, and oral and tasted literary, through texts flags authors and poets in different eras, lessons in Grammar and spelling, and brief definition months dictionaries and Arab old ones the modern and how to use them,This course aims to implement the Arabic language in the areas of reading and expression of both types oral and written communication.
3
This course begins with a review of all types of sentences in English, and then proceeds to paragraph writing. Students learn how to write a topic sentence, develop and support it with examples.This course aim to learn student how to organize their writing and speaking to achieve coherence among sentences in a paragraph. In addition, students learn about their subject a lot of technical terms. ( this aim is related with general objects no 7 of this curriculum)
3
The course is mandatory for university students from various disciplines, so it does provide students with knowledge and information about the Palestinian reality and in particular the political developments of the Palestinian cause since its inception until the present day in line social and economic developments and political which constitute the main pillars for the study of the Palestinian political reality.This course aims to study Palestinian issue from its begging until present day in social, economic and political issue.
11000108 Community Service 1
11000117 Leadership and Communication Skills 1
11000127 Introduction to Computer Science 1
11000323 English Language II 3

Speciality Requirements

Student must complete 93 credit hours
Course Code Course Name Credit Hours Prerequests
3
This course deals with the basic principles of mass communication, concepts, and related theories. It also acquaints students with the various systems of information. In addition, it gives them a general view of the emergence and the development of basic kinds of mass media (i.e., journals, cinema, radio and television) and their development.
3
This course deals with the basics and foundation of the Arabic language in circulation in media as an introduction to the arts of the journal writing. It also aims to support the students’ language talent and foster their capacity to express their ideas in writing, using strong and clear language free from mistakes. In addition, the student is introduced to syntax and inflection with some concentration on the dual, the plural, number, countables, the indeclinable, and the correct dictation (including the writing of hamza), as well as correct punctuation and media idioms.
3
This course deals with the various and basic theories and schools for studying mass media and its effect on the spectator. The course also looks at the role that the press, radio and TV play in our modern society. Finally, students will learn the theories of the sender, people, means and the impact.
3
This course deals with the theoretical foundations of the rules of writing and the regulation of the journalistic news – all of which constitute the first foundation to building a newspaper. In this course, students study the art of collecting material, editing press releases both theoretically and practically, and the foundation interviews (how to conduct them and formulate questions).
3
This course deals with the vocational ethics of the journalist used while collecting news, and then transmitting, editing and preparing it for publication. It also focuses on seeking the truth and the right for public opinion to be heard, as well as taking the accuracy of a news piece into consideration. It also focuses on objectivity and libel, as well as ethical data conventions providing for the freedom of expression, publication and broadcasting,
3
This course deals with the English language as an important aspect of journalistic work. The point of the course is to increase the linguistic skills of the journalist and expands his/her ability to gather information in English. There is no doubt that the English language has a special importance in our country. Therefore, this course aims to promote the student’s press language in the form of reading, comprehending, speaking, writing and translation
3
    • 10841204
This course deals with the English language in the media at a more comprehensive level than in 0841204. It develops what the student studied in that course in various areas of journalistic literature, particularly in politics, economy, society, technology, and sports.
3
This course presents a comprehensive overview of the emergence of the Palestinian media and its evolution in various branches (such as the written press, radio and television) at different stages in the history of the people inside the homeland and in the diaspora. In addition, the course helps students to recognize the editorial policy of various Palestinian media and their methods of management and the laws under which they work. The course also deals with Palestinian media laws: the materials for the freedom of opinion and expression, with basic press and publications laws, the audio and visual laws, and the criminal laws relating to the electronic press.
3
The course deals with the nature of radio and in particular, radio language. Students in this course will study writing and editing skills for radio, radio language, sound system, music, sound effects, and employing silence in radio. The course aims at enabling students to acquire the following skills: perceiving radio as an important medium, understanding what editing policy means, collecting news and information from their sources for radio, writing radio news, classifying information and news for radio, and editing and producing radio news bulletins.
3
This course deals with the nature of television work, especially the language of television, where the students are introduced to the arts of TV writing and editing, the elements of TV language (words, pictures, and sounds) and the methods of employing them in the work of television. This course aims to enable students to acquire the following skills: understanding the nature of television work, a general understanding of the policy of editing, the ability to collect TV news from different sources, the ability to write and categorize TV news, and the ability to edit and direct the newscast.
3
    • 10841204
This course teaches the fundamentals of translation and rules of translation from English to Arabic and vice versa. The course focuses on the electronic media language: the audio and visual one. The students are trained on the basics of dealing with foreign news sources and their immediate or deferred translation, taking into account the rules of English language media
3
This course presents press, radio, and TV laws. It mainly focuses on the limits of freedom of media, legal restrictions and legal action which the executive authorities could take against newspapers, media and journalists and the legal system related to grievances against these measures and abuses. Through comparative studies, the course will also teach international law related to organizing the work of the media and journalists.
3
    • 10846112
This course aims at deepening students’ understanding of basics of radio program preparation and presentation. Students learn how to identify the characteristics of radio programs, the technical templates and writing styles. Student also learn the basics of planning radio programs , forms and templates of the radio programs, methods of communication and interaction with listeners and ethics of radio work practice.
3
    • 10846112
In this course, students are trained on innovation skills, developing/ brainstorming TV ideas, nature of programmer’s work and his/her role in the success of the program. Students are also trained on using the appropriate vocabulary in the writing of TV texts. The course ends with a look at TV channel programming policies and their translation into TV ideas.
3
    • 10846111
The course aims to train students on how to deal with the areas and volume of control molecules (studio) and comprehend the concepts and ABCs of control room (audios, audio montage unit); use of audio production equipment in the studio; use of sound mixer (mixer) professionally; voice recording systems. The students are also trained on using digital recording systems: sound mixer (Mixer), and montage of the news material; radio news models; montage news articles; radio report; the art of dialogue montages; radio program montage and radio magazine models.
3
    • 10846111
This course gives a holistic view of the various equipment involved in the process of television production, as well as the definition of television systems and numerous elements productivity. It also focuses on the definition of studio, control room and the ancillary areas as well as the characterization of the domain that works within the television system.
3
    • 10846213
This course introduces students to the basics of TV shooting and identification of types of cameras and their parts, nature of the photographer’s work, his/ her role, qualifications, tools and responsibilities and skills. This course also dwells on the relationship between photography and light, directing, editing and montage, various types of shooting, internal and external, and type of shots. Students also learn how to control the quality, the personal safety procedures and the tools of safety, and identify the recurring problems and emergency cases. They also learn how to manage them, and how to recognize lighting means and employ them dramatically. The course concludes with confiscation lighting, its nature, its equipment, and its relationship with colors, methods of distribution, and TV lighting networks.
3
    • 10846213
This course introduces students to the basics and skills of TV montage: understanding of the stages of TV montage process and identification of the differences between the types of news editing and programming and drama montage. The course also focuses on the characteristics of linear montage and its types, work of the monitor, his/her role, qualifications, tools, responsibilities and skills.
3
    • 10846213
In this course, student will be familiarized with the characteristics of TV and radio presentation and their methods; the basic principles and rules to present the news programs; the role of presenter in radio and television newsletter and his/her skills to deal with the OCR plan and manage teleprompter; the art of conducting TV dialogues in the news; types of news bulletins and their characteristics; the common mistakes in TV work and how to get rid of them; quality standards and procedures to achieve them; frequent problems and how to overcome them; the basic principles and rules of presenting talk shows; the role of talk show presenter; his/her roles and skills; planning and management of talk shows programs and writing talk shows introduction skills.
3
In this course, students are introduced to the steps of scientific research in media, scientific problems and their analysis, feeling of the problem, identifying and formulating it. This is in addition to their sources and the criteria for choosing them; types of media research; approaches used to study media’s problems, methods of collecting data; research of public relations and public opinion, media tools and public media tools.
3
    • 10846214
The course teaches student how to collect and draft radio news, produce different forms of news, and direct and conduct radio news bulletins. Students are trained in this course on ways of arranging news within the bulletin. They are also introduced to fundamental analysis, types and methods of arrangement, political commentary, forms and arts of news programs.
3
    • 10846216
The purpose of this course is to train students on production of different forms of television news and mastering of news ordering skills, directing newsletter and employment of modern technology in newsletters and programs where the focus is on the art of writing news and news programs in Arabic and the writing of news text.
3
    • 10846218
The course aims at teaching students new skills, and modern, advanced techniques in the world of radio directing, methods of developing imagination and artistic sense among the students. It also seeks to encourage them to create ideas in their work, lead team work, and produce dramas and other radio programs. Students will also learn the techniques of leading a team (performers and broadcasters), technical effects (music and sound effects) forms and arts of radio drama: and dramatic structure: the basics, considerations, ingredients and direct radio programs.
3
    • 10846216
This course highlights the importance of TV directing and its types, its bases and the role of television director, his/her responsibilities and permissions. This course ends with a look at the idea of programs directing (1 +1) and (1 +2) and (1 +3 and more) and the relationship between directing and lighting, shooting and montage.
3
    • 10846217
This course introduces students to documentary films in terms of their characteristics and their significance. The course will train students on how to plan for the documentary films, practice of the stages of producing documentaries. It will also train them on writing about documentary films, and deepening their understanding of the nature of relationship between the producer and director, and the way of conducting dialogues in the documentaries. The course ends with a look at shooting and montage documentaries.
3
    • 10846312
Under the supervision of the course professor, the students are to produce a project in the visual media; it may be on radio, television, multimedia or a media search. The project should embody the skills and knowledge that have been learned by the students during their undergraduate study. The project should be presented at the end of the term for evaluation by a special committee in the college.
12
    • 10846314
Students are to finish 576 hours of practical training (12 credits), equivalent to 90 days at media institutions under the supervision of a field trainer and in coordination with the academic supervisor. During training period, students are expected to produce media materials about his/her interaction with the training environment
3
This course provides students with the theoretical knowledge of public relations science, in terms of defining the nature of public relations science, its foundation, justifications of its foundation, its relationship with humanities disciplines and the role of the profession of public relations in management of contemporary challenges, and its importance as a profession. It covers the strategies and tactics that help overcome the most complex current problems, and the degree of commitment to good manners when practicing it, let alone the focus on its importance for institutions of different activities.

Speciality Optional Requirements

Student must complete 15 credit hours
Course Code Course Name Credit Hours Prerequests
10301116 Hebrew Language 1 3
10301161 Hebrew Language 2 3
    • 10301116
10311198 French Language 1 3
10311199 French Language 2 3
3
This course deals with the foundation and development of the most prominent Israeli media, which publish and broadcast in both Hebrew and Arabic (namely, newspapers, magazines, radios and television) - both public and private. This course also sheds light upon the nature of the Israeli media system, and its internal and external propaganda devices. It is also a continuation of the courses of Palestinian and Arab media, which are in a constant state of confrontation with the Israeli media.
3
This course deals with the media map of the world and the problem of imbalance in the information disseminated at the international level. It also deals with the ownership of the world’s media - especially international news agencies, the way they work, and their impact, policies and objectives. The course analyzes Palestinian and Arab media on the international scene, and it also addresses the concepts of important international media, such as the matter of “international publicity” and “new media system.” This course completes the fourth episode of the student in his study of international media as well as what he learned in the Palestinian, Arab and Israeli media courses.
3
This course teaches students the most important stages of information transferring process and signals through different communication channels to enable them to identify the available frequencies, signal devices processing, configuring them to transport via satellite. It also teaches them about fiber lines, communication means etc. This is in addition to encryption of the signal and its storage in small spaces with a high quality. The course caps with a look at booked frequencies and lines via satellite.
3
    • 10846112
The course introduces students to the terms and rules governing the writing of the television image to let them gain the ability to write different templates of TV journalism. It also seeks to deepen the understanding of writing for a picture in the light of awareness of audiences’ characteristics and their use of television journalism. The course also focuses on deepening the understanding of building intellectual and semantic written text, and building of a consensus between the semantics of text, and the sound and image.
3
    • 10846212
This course is designed to train the students on production of promos and radio fillers. Students are introduced to the types of fillers and social promos, types of ads (goods and services), programs’ fillers: introductions, program shows, and stages of promos production and fillers.
3
    • 10846217
The purpose of this course is to build a creative vision especially for a TV screen through the blending of paragraphs and paragraph templates for various programs. To this end, students will learn how to use Adobe after effect program and Apple Motion, integrate images, writings and sounds. Psychological factors associated with television graphic design.
3
    • 10846215
Students in this course learn the scientific basis of the design of light and implementation of décor: light and decor and its relevance to the form and content of the program, ways of integration between décor and the other elements (accessory, fashion and furniture); décor and its relationship to shooting and light; décor in the TV drama (relationship with computer applications in the décor and light; television programs décor, and décor with characters and events).
3
    • 10846212
In this course, students are trained on the types of broadcasting, live broadcast from the studio, and interaction with the public, forms of live broadcasting from the studio and on the foreign radio stations, direct broadcasting, important events and needs of the public in light of competition kinds of foreign radio stations and ways of implementing them, radio engineering, engineering equipment necessary for effective implementation of direct broadcast.
3
    • 10846217
This course builds on Television Montage I. It aims at deepening students’ understanding of the basics and principles of TV montage, developing their sense of visual artistic, a creative sense. Students are trained on the methods of montage of documentary films, news reports, talk shows, ads, and investigations. It ends with a look at the latest montage equipment.
3
    • 10846212
The purpose of this course is to train students on preparation and production of radio documentaries which are built on facts and usually tackle political, social, cultural, historical, and economic topics. The students learn how to use audio clips, music and natural sound to tell the true story and its aim: raising awareness and clarification of truth.
3
    • 10846212
Students are trained in this course on the kinds of foreign radio stations, the basic considerations of preparing religious, political, athlete, and technical subjects for foreign radio stations. The students also learn about the conditions and characteristics, shapes and radio arts that can be used in foreign radio stations and radio engineering and its role in the success of foreign radio.
3
    • 10846216
The course begins with an introduction to the theory of educational television and modern schools of educational television, TV reading of educational curriculum, TV templates for educational programs. Then it moves to the skills of converting an educational text to a TV template, the elements of attractions of the image in the educational programs (shots, graphics, video font, drama scenes, fixed and mobile drawings, and the artistic direction of the educational programs. The course concludes with a look at computer programs in the industry and presentation of educational programs.
3
The course aims at letting students understand the art of cinema and trains them on the process of preparing, producing and directing the cinematic film. The course focuses on the basic principles of cinema: the movement of the camera, shots, configuration within the picture and scenes, lighting, color, as well as the main principles of montage.
3
    • 10846216
This course builds on Shooting1. It aims at deepening students’ knowledge of the arts of internal and external TV shooting and the light, color and methods of controlling it, in addition to measuring the color temperature (Kelvin). It also introduces students to audio and natural sound, indoor and outdoor light, challenges posed by shooting news reports and ways of creativity.
3
    • 10846216
This course gives a comprehensive idea of the importance of television advertising, the methods of preparing and producing it. Students learn the basics, and principles of TV ads in terms of design, roles and major tasks; role of advertising in promotion of services, projects and ideas. This course concentrates on qualifying the designer to acquire the basic skills for TVC process design, and study: importance of advertising as a main element in marketing goods, services and ideas; types of ads in terms of the function performed in the society (business, non-commercial, software); knowledge sources; templates of TV ads; stages of television advertising production: collection of information, initial analysis, and identification of elements of productivity, devices and techniques used, the design mode
3
    • 10846212
The students, in this course, are introduced to the targets and philosophy of public radio broadcasting and specialized radio stations, basics and elements of producing children’ and families’ programs, youth and sports programs, adults program for people with special needs and educational programs
3
    • 10846316
This course builds on TV Directing I. It aims at deepening the students’ understanding of the principles and ethics underlying the work of the director and filmmaker in a work environment and work with the technical team inside the studio. The student will learn about the process of directing and its relationship with the rest of the roles inside the control room and the difference between news directing and talk shows
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