The Department of Communication Design established in 2012 was renamed as “New Media and Communication Design” and the former curriculum was rearranged in 2015. The objective of the department is to train professionals who have a grip on developing and changing communication technologies, use the means of communication design. The curriculum of the department consists mainly of applied courses and there are theoretical courses to provide students a background about the field. While the applied courses consist of basic programming, basic designing, three-dimensional animation, mobile application; theoretical courses includes introduction to communication science, communication theories, introduction to sociology, introduction to psychology and behavioral sciences.
In the department, there are two Assistant Professors, and two Research Assistants. The facilities include Mac Labs, library and the classrooms that have technological equipment. Our department also contributes to our students’ improvement by organizing seminars and workshops.
Students must earn GPA (Grade Point Averages) of 60/100 in order to obtain a bachelor’s degree. Our graduate students work as designers, creative directors, art directors, cinematographers, producers, planners, organizers and project supervisors.