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The Department of Communication, FISIP UPN “Veteran” Yogyakarta focuses on four area of specialities: Media and Journalism, Public Relations, Advertising and Broadcasting. This is in line with the demands of the fast growing communication industry at domestic and regional market.
The human resources of Communication Department, FISIP UPN “Veteran” Yogyakarta consist of 20 full time lecturers. The lecturers acquire Doctor degree and Master Degree from reputable universities in Indonesia and from overseas.
Particular courses give the students opportunity to develop pratical skills. To train students in practical skills, the department invites practitioners from printed media companies, electronic media companies, advertising companies and public relations companies. In current years, skills teached by these practitioners has strengthened the capacity of Communication Department graduates to compete in communication industries
The Communication Department is attracting more students, is extending its network as an impact of progress and achievements. This department won the Semi QUE V Grant Program from the Directorate General of Higher Education in 2002-2004, and A2 Competition Grant Program (2006-2008). The academic culture is also seriously developed, among other things by publishing two scientific journals, i.e. Jurnal Ilmu Komunikasi (national) and The Indonesian Journal of Communications Studies (international).
The rapid growth of communication technology and industry in Indonesia after 1998 has created a promising career opportunity for communication graduates. For instance, the television industries in Indonesia is now developing into the digital era that demands more communication professionals. Moreover, the growth other mass media such radio broadcasters, printed and online newspapers, advertising and public relations increases th need of skillfull and competent graduates of communication.
Various career opportunities available for communication department graduates include opportunities to become journalists (TV, radio, newspaper/magazine/tabloid, online media), media planners, media analysts and researchers, public relations officers, civil servants in various government institutions at central and local level, entrepreneurs in the field of communication industry, and many more.
To support the teaching in various majors, Communication Department provides several laboratories, namely Press Laboratory, Photography Laboratory, Audio Visual Laboratory (Campus TV), Radio Laboratory, Multimedia Laboratory, and Public Relations Strategic Laboratory.
Concentration / Major
This major studies Public Relations and its various aspects as a communication management for an institution or a company. The need for professional public relations officers in various companies keeps on rising along with the growth of the economy. This fact is anticipated by training future professionals of public relations with a balanced portion of theory and practice. The various subjects taught include: public relations management, public relations script writing, public relations marketing, public relations research, public speaking, international public relations, public relations media production, integrated marketing communication, public relations case studies, public relations media production practicum, media and government relations, issue and crisis management, public relations photography.
Media and Jurnalisme
This major prepares students to be media professionals and journalists to seize the opportunities available in the rapidly growing mass media industry. This major studies the media and journalism as a subject in its various aspects, both in theoretical concept and in practice. The combination between theory and practice in the laboratory and field work provides sufficient skills for graduates to enter the professional life. Subjects covered in the lecture encompass political economy of media, content analysis and public opinion, comparative mass media system, techniques for interview, journalistic photography, television journalistic, radio journalistic and program, in-depth reporting, print media production, television program production, feature writing, online journalistic and media management.
This major prepares graduates to become professionals in the field of broadcasting to fulfill the demands of television, radio and film industries. Therefore, students are facilitated to acquire the skills in the broadcasting system. Several subjects taught include: Television Program Production, Television and Radio Broadcast Management, Studio System, Television Artistic Order, Radio and Television Script Writing, Television and Film Scenario, Television Directing, Radio Program Production, Television Program Production, Electronic Editing, Broadcasting and Anchoring, Animation and Multi Media Production, Television Feature and Documentary, Film and Television Appreciation.
The development of creative industry has currently become the main agenda of economic development in Indonesia. The advertising business has grown into a highly prospective industry. The advertising major prepares future creative graduates to fulfill the high need in the advertising industry. At the same time, this major also prepares future entrepreneurs in the field of creative industry. This major studies the advertising world and its various aspects, from historical-philosophical aspects of advertising, advertising creative strategy, advertising production, advertising research, up to advertising ethics. Various subjects taught include: advertising project planning, Advertising Management, Advertising and the Society, Advertising Script Writing, Graphics Design, Consumer Behavior, Advertising Computer Graphics, Integrated Marketing Communication, Print and Online Media Advertising Production, Television and Audio Advertising Production, Advertising Photography, Electronic Photography Arrangement, Advertising Research, Media Planning.