Director: Hussein Amin
The Kamal Adham Center for Television and Digital Journalism is designed to prepare graduate students for careers in television broadcasting and news reporting in the digital age. Through its master’s program, the Center offers graduates the opportunity to become reporters, producers, television anchors, hosts and media professionals at the top television and satellite channels locally and internationally.
The 33-credit hour curriculum provides comprehensive knowledge of the literature and practice of television journalism and news media. It is a practical program that provides intensive and hands-on exposure to the skills needed for producing both field reports and in-studio shows. The program courses focus on editorial and technical skills, such as scriptwriting in English and Arabic, camera use, editing and studio operations, as well as courses on interviewing, talk show hosting and voice coaching. Students learn to use the latest HD and 3D cameras and digital equipment that is comparable to facilities found in major news organizations around the world.
Master of Arts
- Television and Digital Journalism (M.A.)