Society and Culture / Bachelor's degree programme
Communication Sciences

General information for the a.y. 2021-2022

Disciplinary areaSociety and Culture
Duration 3 years - 180 Credits
Admission Accesso Programmato Limited access, see call for applications
Language Taught in Italian
Teaching method Lectures
Regulation Main Teaching Regulations
Call for Application / Short list Graduatoria di ammissione al Corso Laurea in Scienze della comunicazione - III edizione - A.A. 2021-2022
Bando per l'ammissione al corso di laurea in Scienze della comunicazione - TERZA EDIZIONE
Graduatoria di ammissione al Corso Laurea in Scienze della comunicazione - II edizione - A.A. 2021-2022
Graduatoria di ammissione per il Corso Laurea ad accesso programmato in Scienze della comunicazione (classe L-20) A.A. 2021-2022
Bando per l'ammissione al corso di laurea in Scienze della comunicazione - SECONDA EDIZIONE
Bando per l'ammissione al corso di laurea in Scienze della comunicazione
Corso di laurea in Scienze della comunicazione a.a 2021/22: procedura per l’iscrizione al test d’ingresso (TOLC-SU)

Presentation

Communication and information play a leading role in public and private organisations. To integrate in such professional contexts, graduates are required to acquire a specialised knowledge of the mechanisms regulating the communication processes and the tools needed to govern them. The degree programme offers theoretical and practical studies that provide students with the ability to recognise the specific features of possible types of text (written, visual, audio-visual, multimedia) and to experiment the production of communication strategies mainly linked to the so-called “new media”. The programme has a limited number of places (321); please refer to the department website www.dce.unimore.it for more details on admission criteria and procedures.

Course content

The study of psychology, sociology, information technology, linguistic and semiotic subjects allows students to gain the theoretical knowledge of communication processes. Importance is given to the development of communication abilities, with a special focus on language aspects. Students acquire skills relating to editorial activities and the production of texts for cultural and editorial environments. The basic theoretical preparation is supplemented by a practical training path, in which students shall apply the knowledge acquired to specific contexts such as cinema, television or the web. Students who do not have a good knowledge of the Italian language are individually supported in a manner to be agreed with the professors. Educational activities in the classroom also offer the opportunity to listen to the recordings of the lectures via ONELab services; the service also includes a timetable for contacting the professors online in addition to the traditional visiting hours.

Career options

The degree programme offers the skills that are specific to those involved in communication and public relations, multimedia experts, as well as professionals of publishing companies and advertising and communication agencies. Graduates in Communication sciences have the knowledge and skills required to work in organisations and institutions in the field of external and internal communication. The professional profile also includes roles such as “communication entrepreneurs and managers” and professional figures connecting the various functions and/or different organisations, and the audience. This degree programme allows students to access Master's Degree programmes offered by the Department in Advertising, digital communication and business creativity, and in Management and Business Communication.

After the degree

(id 102) Second-level Master's Degree

More information

Course Director
prof.ssa Cinzia Bianchi
e-mail cinzia.bianchi@unimore.it
Tutor
dott. Alberto Cevolini
e-mail alberto.cevolini@unimore.it

The course is managed by the Department of Communication and Economics