SCHOOL OF DESIGN & MASS COMMUNICATION
School of Design and Mass Communication at GNA University provides a comprehensive understanding in the principles and processes of design and communication. SDMC offers an excellent opportunity for student to gain specialization in the field of Journalism, Animation & VFX, Graphic Designing, Interior Design and Communication Design in the media and entertainment industry.
Our programs provide the perfect launch-pad for undergraduate and post-graduate students to embark on successful careers in Journalism, Visual Effects for Films and Television, as well as emerging applications for Design, 3D Visualization, Advertisement & Branding, UI/ UX and Animation.
Our experienced faculty provide guidance to our students as they gain hands-on training through various simulations and live projects facilitated by successful industrial alliances. We offer multiple degree options tailored to meet future prospects in the media world, and our project-based learning enables students to showcase their talent and potential in new and exciting ways.
SDMC at GNA boasts an impressive industrial network and offers an extensive array of job opportunities to our students. We aim to provide unparalleled knowledge in the field and prepare our students to meet the demands of the challenging future. Our programs help students develop design thinking, storytelling, software engagement, computer proficiency, graphic designing tools, sketching, photography, and provide hands-on experience in state-of-the-art facilities such as:
High-End Computer Labs
90.0 FM GNA Radio
Why Design and Mass Communication?
- Hands on experience on live industry projects at GNA consultancy studio which is a multi-dimensional Media & Creative House
- Industry endorsed curriculum & Tie-ups with some of the leading brands ...
- Time-to-Time interaction with Industry experts to get a better view about the industry.
- Well Equipped Photography Studio and Equipment for Photography
- Practical curriculum to meet industry standards and requirements, locally and globally.