The Bachelor of Communication aims to train multi-skilled professionals and provide them with a solid base of knowledge and abilities in the discipline. This enables them to adequately develop communicative activities, taking as much into account the diversity of the media as the diversity of the strategic objectives of companies.
Method of Teaching
- Online, in collaboration with the Open University of Catalonia.
To obtain the Bachelor of Communication, students must fulfil 180 compulsory credits from the curriculum.
|Sem.||Subjects (taught in Catalan)||ECTS||Total|
|1||ICT Competences in Communication||6||30|
|Language and Communication||6|
|Introduction to Journalism||6|
|Oral and Written Expression||6|
|Communication Theories I||6|
|2||Introduction to Public Relations||6||30|
|Modern Language I: English / French||6|
|Information Search and Retrieval||6|
|Introduction to Audiovisual communication||6|
|Sociology of Communications||6|
|Economic History of Contemporary Andorra||6|
|Introduction to Advertising||6|
|Introduction to Business||6|
|4||Modern Language II: English / French||6||30|
|Psychology of Communications||6|
|Public Relations Systems and Processes||6|
|5||Public Relations Techniques||6||30|
|Andorran Communicative Environment||6|
|Visual Design and Graphic Expression||6|
|Audiovisual Media Technology||6|
|Advertising Systems and Processes||6|
|Degree Dissertation / Internship||6|
The Bachelor of Communication offers a wide variety of career opportunities. Professions for which the graduated student of the Bachelor of Communication will be trained include:
- Communications officer in companies and institutions.
- Creator of multimedia communication content with expressive, informative and advertising purposes.
- Manager of advertising activity.
- Manager of audiovisual and multiplatform products.
The Bachelor of Communication gives access to second cycle studies (master) in the countries of the European Higher Education Area.
The Bachelor of Communication, together with 60 additional credits, leads to obtaining the equivalent Spanish degree by the Open University of Catalonia, providing the candidate meets the requirements to attain university degrees in Spain.
The Bachelor of Communication is a program offered in collaboration with the Open University of Catalonia (UOC). The teaching of most subjects (162 european credits) is through the virtual learning environment of that other university (UOC), except for the specific subjects of Andorra (18 european credits), teaching which takes place through the virtual learning environment of the University of Andorra.
The specific subjects of Andorra are:
- Economic History of Contemporary Andorra
- Andorran Communicative Environment
- Degree Dissertation / Internship