College of Media and Communication
Thorough training in skills to work with images, sounds, and written words.
The 2 pillars of classroom lectures and instruction in small sized classes. Students acquire effective technology useful in mass media jobs and cultural and technical knowledge that support their imagination.
The Department of Mass Communications has a history of over 25 years and has sent off many alumni into the world of media since its establishment. Faculties who are professionals with a wealth of experience and achievements support each student to achieve their dreams.
The ability to build good relationships with others through communication is an important skill to succeed in the real world.
Improve your strengths and broaden your possibilities to use in the future.
In the contemporary society, where information is incessant, the ability to gather and utilize important, necessary and valuable information as well as disseminate information with an original perspective is nurtured.
There are many opportunities for a practical experience such as in professional studios using with the latest equipment and extracurricular activities in television, radio, and events.
Offers practical lectures based on extensive experience in the media industry.
Curator, social welfare officer, junior high school teaching license (English-Japanese language Social Studies), high school teaching license (English, Japanese, Civics, Information)
Learn the basics and principles of television production, by utilizing the latest equipment; students acquire the video production process.Build your ability and responsibility to communicate your message.
Improve writing skills under the guidance of an active screenwriter, a former magazine editor in chief, and Japanese literature specialists.You can learn the paper and digital media editing and production skills.
Learn the basics of advertising, public relations and event planning from the planning stage to implementation.Nurture creativity, and skills for information collection, research, and analysis.
An academic approach to the entertainment business which has become one of the most important parts of contemporary culture.Learn the methods of production and critiquing while analyzing the latest trends in the industry.
Convey your message and be able to understand the ideas of others.The power of video, audio, and text is the basis of mutual understanding, communication and sharing information with others. In the Department of Mass Communications, students acquire specialized knowledge and expertise suited to each student’s aim through the ‘Basics of communication’ learned in small groups and through many practical experiences.
Learn communication skills through the production of a variety of media such as newspaper, magazines, films and radio programs.
There are many opportunities to practice production within our curriculum, as well as media production on campus such as the student newspaper and compete in off-campus contests."One of the off-campus opportunities is “Chiba University Press,” the newspaper competition for universities in the prefecture sponsored by Chiba Nippo.Edogawa University is rated highly every year in the contest that includes from theme setting to reporting and writing to layout.
Because our instructors have experience as professionals in various fields of the media industry, students can sense the joy and rigor of ‘communication’ and ‘production’ and learn thoroughly from the basic theories to actual production.
Rigorous evaluation from professionals in the business world is an opportunity for growth.For example, “planning presentation exercise” where teams of students plan and present on a theme given to them provided by affiliated leading travel agencies or advertising agencies.Students get evaluation form judges invited from the real world in a competition held with students from other universities.There are things that can be only learned through hardship and taking up the challenge.
An event held near the Nagareyama campus is a perfect opportunity to demonstrate the culmination of students’ daily effort.“Edo-Ad,” the virtual ad agency initiated by our students, is at the center of collaboration with local residents and governments. Involved in the entire process from planning to event management on the day and learning every step, Edo-Ad contributes to the revitalization of Nagareyama City.
‘Mutual understanding’ is the basis of everything--communicating information, entertainment, and advertisements. This course thoroughly researches and studies text, video, and audio in small groups. Students train and acquire real communication abilities, hoping become someone to be counted on anytime.
The skills improved here have been proven by our many graduates now working in the media or at the forefront of other industries.We do not let interesting things end up as a mere fad or hobby but turn them into our strengths through theory and practice.Our goal is becoming "a master of communication."“Mutual understanding” is a magical chemistry we can attain through theory and practice.