Southern Illinois University Edwardsville – BMMFebruary 27, 2022 2023-05-26 9:17
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville – BMM
Bachelor of Science in Communication
2 years in India + 2 years in USA
About Southern Illinois University
Situated on 2,660 acres of beautiful woodland, atop the bluffs overlooking the natural beauty of the Mississippi River and only a short drive from St. Louis, the SIUE campus is home to more than 14,000 diversified students.
Rendleman Hall is SIUE’s main administration building.
It’s where students go to add or drop classes, receive help with financial aid, pay bills, purchase a parking permit, and access a variety of other administrative needs. The Office of
Admissions is located on the second floor.Before moving to the next tour stop:
Rendleman Hall faces the Builders of the University
Plaza (A), which honours employees who have worked at
SIUE for 15+ years. Located across the Plaza, Peck Hall (B) is a general classroom building and houses many of the College of Arts and Sciences academic departments.Madison County Transit buses (C) take students across campus, to Edwardsville/Glen Carbon and neighbouring towns.
The Vadalabene Centre is home to Intercollegiate
Athletics. SIUE is an NCAA Division I member of the Ohio Valley Conference (OVC), as well as the Mid-American Conference (MAC) as affiliate members in the sports of men’s soccer and wrestling. The Departments of Accounting and Computer Management and Information Systems are housed here, as well.
The primary hub for Campus Recreation, the Student Fitness Centre (I) is connected to the
Student memberships are free. Would you like a tour? Stop at the front desk and ask for a tour of the facility.Also in or near the Student Fitness Centre:
Students can grab a smoothie from Freshëns, located near the main entrance.
The outdoor RecPlex (J) with lighted turf fields and pavilion hosts various intramural and club sports such as flag football, soccer, Quidditch and ultimate Frisbee, to Name a few.
The Science Complex consists of the new Science West and completely renovated Science East Buildings. You’re welcome to walk through Science West which houses more than 80 research and teaching labs, as well as classrooms for biological sciences, chemistry, environmental sciences, physics, mathematics and statistics. Students have access to the same types of high-tech equipment found in the research labs of future employers.
The Engineering Building features 34 labs that replicate industry standards:
mechatronics and robotics,environmental testing, hydraulics and fluid mechanics, vibration analysis, to name a few. The new Fowler Student
Design Centre (O) includes competition team workspaces,3D printing, project prototyping and more.
Art and Design Buildings
The Art and Design Buildings feature a spacious art gallery, studios and critique spaces. Students study drawing,painting, printmaking, sculpture, ceramics, textiles, graphic design, photography and metals, as well as art history, art therapy and art education. Fun fact: Our unique Sculpture on Campus program gives students the opportunity to design and install large-scale outdoor sculpture throughout campus.
Student Success Centre
The Student Success Centre is all about students...it includes Kaldi’s Coffee, a large student lounge, a computer lab and group meeting space. It is a central location for critical student resources, including Student Academic Success Services, Accessible Campus Community and Equitable Student Support, Career Development Centre, Counselling Services, Health Service, and International Student and Scholar Services. The Student Success Centre is connected to the next stop on your tour…
Morris University Centre
The Morris University Centre (MUC) is the hub of student life. There are multiple restaurants throughout the building that offer selections which meet the diverse needs of the SIUE population, including Starbucks®, Chick-Fil-A Express® and Auntie Anne’s Pretzels®. You’ll also find a bowling alley,bookstore, bank and Union Station.
The “e” Sculpture
As you prepare to leave campus, we invite you to take a selfie at the “e” sculpture. Be sure to tag us when you post it to social media! The “e” sculpture was conceived by Heather Kniffel, BFA ’95, MFA ’13, and produced by Dave Thomas, BA Art and Design ’72.
Stratton Quadrangle (2) is designed without a direct pathway between two buildings, ensuring students have some exposure to nature as they walk across campus. The
Quad is home to many SIUE traditions, including Welcome Week, Springfest and Homecoming. Painting “the Rock” is a popular campus tradition.
Before moving to the next tour stop:
Dunham Hall (D) is named after Katherine Dunham who was world-renowned for her contributions to dance,and was a professor at SIUE. Dunham Hall houses the Departments of Theatre and Dance, Music, and Mass Communications.
he Cougar Statue (E) is a popular meeting place and selfie spot for students. Fun fact: A live cougar lived on campus until 1985!
Lovejoy Library (3) is a great place to study for an exam or gather research for an assignment. Information Technology Services are located in the lower level.Would you like to “check it out?” Feel free to enter the library from the main entrance off of the Quad, walk through and exit via the north doors to get to the next stop.Before proceeding to the next tour stop, take a minute to refer to your map. Founders Hall and Alumni Hall are two additional classroom buildings: Founders Hall (F) houses the School of Business; the Army ROTC; and the School of Education, Health and Human Behaviour. The School of Business features the Cougar Business Resource Centre, a central place for students to access new technology and collaborate on projects. Alumni Hall (G) is home to the School of Nursing,which features the Simulated Learning Centre for Health Sciences where nursing students use advanced technology to model the patient experience in a safe and a realistic environment. Alumni Hall also houses the Air Force ROTC and the Departments of Applied Communication Studies, Geography, and Public Administration and Policy Analysis. On your way to the next stop, you will walk across a red bridge. This bridge crosses over one of the many biking/running/walking trails (H) which connect to the Madison County Trails. Another fun fact! Students can check out bikes through our popular Bike Share Program.As you’re walking to the next stop, take a moment to locate Bluff Hall on the map, one of three first-year residence halls. All feature suite-style living with private and shared bedrooms. Deluxe suite bedrooms are available on a limited basis. Please note: Visitors are only allowed in the residence halls during an organised daily campus tour hosted by the Office of Admissions.Bluff Hall (K) features a fitness room, sand volleyball court, easy access to the trails, and a new Esports Arena,which is open to all students.Prairie Hall (L) also has a fitness room and a disc golf course.The outdoor area near Woodland Hall (M) is host to outdoor movies, bonfires and more.Evergreen Hall (N) and Cougar Village are available for upper class students, graduate students and families
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Why Choose Southern Illinois University ?
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville is home to 14,000 students coming from different countries and cultures
U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges of 2018 lists SIUE among the Best Regional Universities Midwest for the 14th consecutive year and among the top 15 public universities in that category.
The National Science Foundation ranks SIUE second for federal research and development expenditures among all Carnegie master’s large, primarily residential universities.
The BS Mass Communication course is a 4-year Bachelors Program. Students who have successfully completed the first 2 years of the Mumbai University BMM program at VSIT can opt to transfer to the University of SIUE Edwardsville. Such students are accepted by Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville, directly into the 3rd year of the BS Mass Communication program. These students will then have an option to major in
Corporate and Institutional Media
Print/ Electronic Journalism
|Semester||Course Code||Course Title|
|Semester 1||BAMMEC-101||Effective communication –I|
|BAMMFC-102||Foundation course –I|
|BAMMFMC-104||Fundamentals of mass communication|
|BAMMHM-106||History of Media|
|Semester 2||BAMMEC-201||Effective communication–II|
|BAMMID-204||Introduction to Advertising|
|BAMMIJ-205||Introduction to Journalism|
|BAMMMGC-206||Media, Gender & Culture|
|Semester||Course Code||Course Title||Course Type|
|Semester 3||BAMMC EM-3011||Electronic Media-I||Ability Enhancement Elective Course (Any one)|
|BAMMC TMC-3012||Theatre and Mass Communication-I|
|BAMMC RPP-3013||Radio Program Production-I|
|BAMMC MGV-3014||Motion Graphics and Visual Effects–I|
|BAMMC CCPR-302||Corporate Communication and Public Relations||Discipline Specific Core|
|BAMMC MS-303||Media Studies||Discipline Specific Core|
|BAMMC IP-304||Introduction to Photography||Discipline Specific Core|
|BAMMC FCO-305||Film Communication-I||Discipline Specific Core|
|BAMMC CMM-306||Computers and Multimedia-I||Practical|
|Semester 4||BAMMC EM-4011||Electronic Media-II||Ability Enhancement Elective Course (Any one)|
|BAMMC TMC-4012||Theatre and Mass Communication-II|
|BAMMC RPP-4013||Radio Program Production-II|
|BAMMC MGV-4014||Motion Graphics and Visual Effects–II|
|BAMMC WEM-402||Writing and Editing for Media||Discipline Specific Core|
|BAMMC MLE-403||Media Laws and Ethics||Discipline Specific Core|
|BAMMC MMR-404||MASS MEDIA RESEARCH||Discipline Specific Core|
|BAMMC FCO-405||Film Communication-II||Discipline Specific Core|
|BAMMC CMM-406||Computers and Multimedia-II||Practical|
|Semester 5 to 8||Campus - Edwardsville|
|Bachelor of Science in Mass Communication||"Majors available (upon doing extra courses) - Advertising and Strategic Media, Journalism, Media Production"|
- Electives and some core courses may change according to pre-requisites required for selected specialization/major
- Students must also study some of mandatory courses (apart from provided electives) after transferring as directed by the university
- Number of transferrable credits from Vidyalankar are 58/50% of total to graduate
Tuition & Living Expense
|1st Year||₹ 10,000||Enrollment fees|
|2nd Year||₹2,25,000||Tuition fees|
|3rd Year||USD $23,000||Estimated Tuition fee|
|USD $7,000||Estimated Living expense|
|4th Year||USD $23,000||Estimated Tuition fee|
|USD $7,000||Estimated Living expense|
|IELTS Registration||₹ 14,700|
|VISA fees||AUD $160|
|Award Amount||$7,500 or $8,500|