Organization profile

organization profile

The Department of Communication and Technology (DCT) was established in 2004. In the past ten years, we devoted ourselves to pioneering new communication research fields and to cultivating future talents for the innovation of new media industries.

DCT focuses highly on the communication transformation brought by technology. Therefore, the department has been stived to provide the interdisciplinary education which combines different research areas such as journalism, broadcasting, television, digital advertising and public relations. In addition, due to the media convergence, the format of content production becomes diverse and complex; as a result, we also provide a series of professional training for media technology for students. Integrating theoretical and critical thinking into the professional training, it is our goal to make our students versatile in not only academic research but also different media industries.

DCT’s undergraduate program emphasizes on studentss thorough understanding of and ability to produce professional work in integrated digital media. Based on the three cultivation goals of “literacy”, “theory” and “skill”, DCT has two professional core curriculums in “media culture” and “communication technology”. In the master’s program, communication and technology is DCT’s core domain. In spite of fundamental training on theory and methodology, media culture, entertainment technology, media psychology and user experience studies are also highlighted research topics.


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