Political Communication is a second-level discipline based on the first-level discipline in Journalism and Communication in the School of Media and Communication. Political communication is a summary of the phenomenon of political communication and the exploration and application of the laws of political communication, which includes the structures, behaviors, ways, environments, and forms of political communication, and is a second-tier subject that combines political science and journalism and communication.
1. to lay theoretical foundations for the humanities and social sciences.
2. to understand the knowledge map of journalism and mass communication.
3. to broaden the horizons with international knowledge, thus enhancing the students' creativity and innovation in conducting academic research.
4. to train students to become world-class researchers or professionals in political communication.