Undergraduate Program Curriculum

Graduates of the Undergraduate Program in Communication are bachelors of social and political sciences who are capable of recommending alternatives of solutions of communication issues in relation to issues of rural and urban society, with the global and local dimensions, in the areas of media studies, journalism, public relations, advertising and broadcasting, based on principles and ethics of the profession.

University Compulsory Courses/Integrated Personality Development Skills * - 21 SKS
Faculty Compulsory Courses ** - 14 SKS
Undergraduate Program Compulsory Courses - 51 SKS
Compulsory Courses of the Specific Subjects - 45 SKS
Elective Courses - 13 SKS

See the Guidebook of the Undergraduate Program in Communication.

See the Curriculum of the Undergraduate Program in Communication.

Periodical Evaluation at the Ends of Semesters

  • On the evaluation of the 2 (two) first semesters, fail to achieve at least 24 (twenty four) sks with a minimum grade of C.
  • On the evaluation of the 4 (four) first semesters, fail to achieve at least 48 (forty eight) sks with a minimum grade of C.
  • On the evaluation of the 6 (six) first semesters, fail to achieve at least 72 (seventy two) sks with a minimum grade of C.
  • On the evaluation of the 8 (eight) semesters, fail to achieve at least 96 (ninety six) sks with a minimum grade of C.
  • On the evaluation of the 10 (ten) semesters, fail to achieve at least 120 (one-hundred twenty) sks with a minimum grade of C.
  • At the end of the study period, fail to complete the entire study load in accordance to the curriculum with a minimum grade of C.
  • If a student obtained credit transfer at their enrollment, the evaluation is done on the semester that demands completion of more sks than the number of sks recognized from the transfer.

Maximum SKS to be taken

GPA OF THE PREVIOUS SEMESTER MAXIMUM SKS TO BE TAKEN*
1.5 or less
1.6 – 1.9
Less than 2.00 12
2.00 – 2.49 15
2.50 – 2.99 18
3.00 – 3.49 21
3.50 – 4.00 24

 

* For the 2013 batch and later.