Ph.D. in New Media and Communication Ibn Haldun University
Why New Media and Communication Ph.D. at Ibn Haldun University?
In an increasingly digitalized world, communication is at the center of all industries and institutions. The dissemination of new media tools is changing societies and forcing transformation. While it raises various industry-specific expectations, it also imposes some communication requirements on all business areas. With this awareness, Ibn Haldun University's Doctoral Program in New Media and Communication provides theoretical information on new media and communication with practical applications to meet industry-specific expectations and requirements and meet the field's academic needs. Students enrolled in the program will be involved in the doctoral process by completing theoretical and practical courses at the doctoral level for two years.
Target Audience of the Program
The New Media and Communications Ph.D. program is open to everyone, but for:
- Experienced public and private sector employees who want to increase or develop their knowledge and skills in New Media and Communication.
- Employees of companies with experience in technical matters or jobs requiring expertise and who want to gain the equipment to take this to the next level.
- Individuals who want to go for a career change or to rise in their career.
- University graduates from any field are searching for a career in both the public and private sectors.
- Individuals who want to pursue an academic career.
Scope of the Program
Our program includes the theoretical background of media within the historical development, recent media and communication theories, research principles, methodology, digital communication, culture and society, and practical applications that meet the needs and expectations of the industry. The program is taught in English. The areas of knowledge and skills that our students who proceed to the Doctoral level acquire after the program are as follows:
- New Media Research Techniques
- Digital Media History and Trends
- New Media and Cultural Exchange
- Communication Studies and Methodology
- Media and Communication Theories
- Digital Communication Opportunities and New Media
- New Media Practices and Recent Studies
- Digital Media and Culture
- NMC 501 Research Methods in New Media
- NMC 502 Digital Media and Cultural Exchange
- NMC 503 History and Trends in Digital Media
- NMC 504 New Media and Social Issues
- NMC 600 Seminar
- NMC 601 Advanced Reading and Methodology in Communication Studies
- NMC 602 Digital Communication, Culture, and Society
- NMC 603 Media and Communication Theories
- NMC 604 Theoretical Perspectives in New Media Studies
- NMC 606 Political Economy of Digital Media
- NMC 611 Advanced Digital Journalism Production
- NMC 612 Barriers in International Marketing
- NMC 613 Behavior and Social Media
- NMC 614 Citizen Journalism via Blogs, Vlogs, and Podcasts
- NMC 615 Corporate Culture and Brand Management
- NMC 616 Creative Marketing Communication Strategies
- NMC 617 Digital Content Strategies
- NMC 618 Digital Diplomacy
- NMC 619 Ethics, Public Policy, and Technological Change
- NMC 620 Funding Journalism in the 21st Century
- NMC 621 Global Public Relations
- NMC 622 Information Communication Technologies
- NMC 623 Integrated Marketing Communication
- NMC 624 International News in the Digital Age
- NMC 625 New Marketing Trends
- NMC 626 New Media and Society
- NMC 627 Perception Management and Manipulation
- NMC 628 Policy and Politics in New Media Environments
- NMC 629 Political Communication
- NMC 630 Public Diplomacy
- NMC 631 Reporting Wars, Conflict, and Peace in the Digital Age
- NMC 632 Social Media, Politics and Society
- NMC 633 User Experience in Digital Marketing
- NMC 634 Visual Communication Research