The students graduating from the Mass Communication program will be able to:
PEO1 [Critical and integrative Thinking] – Develop a critical and epistemological thinking in national and international politics, economy, ethics, culture, religion, and social institutions.
PEO2 [Effective verbal and non-verbal communication] – Clearly and coherently use spoken and written words and visuals for narrative, descriptive and analytical methods in informational, persuasive and creative purposes.
PEO3 [Societal and Environmental Awareness] – Understand the responsibility as a journalist and media student to improve the environment in which they operate and to engage in strategies and practices that promote sustainability.
PEO4 [Ethical Reasoning] – Understand and apply ethical communication, principles and practices in academic, journalistic, personal, vocational and civic situations.
PEO5 [Leadership] – Be an entrepreneur and serve media industry interests as a means toward the greater goal of serving the public, and to also directly promote media literacy and apply social interactions in socio-political economy, cultural, and developmental diaspora from the grassroots level to the new media to embrace difference.