Welcome to Sri Aurobindo Centre for Arts and Communication (SACAC), New Delhi, a multi-disciplinary mass communication and media arts institute with an eye on the future. No other disciplines are better suited to prepare you for the challenges and opportunities of the 21st Century than Arts and Communication. The College of Fine Arts and Communication at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point provides students with a secure and encouraging community in which to grow and flourish. Within the wider communications industries, our students are finding employment in the digital sector where their ability to communicate effectively on a variety of platforms is valued. To learn more about why Sri Aurobindo Centre for Arts and Communication could be the media arts & communication institute for you, be sure to take a look at the Life @ SACAC section.
Honours can be the culmination of your formal education, an experience that extends your intellectual range, hones your research abilities, as well as analytical and communication techniques, and helps you to develop the personal and professional skills needed to see a research project though to completion.
Technology’s dedicated Placement Team provides support to all of our students looking to integrate a placement within their university career on both undergraduate degrees and postgraduate masters programmes. On the graduate level, we offer both masters and doctor of philosophy degrees with emphases in media studies and in communication & culture. A degree in Communication will prepare you for a variety of roles including public relations, marketing , technical and journalism positions.
The Bachelor of Arts (Media and Communications) prepares graduates for a range of careers, in fields such as marketing, advertising, editing, public relations, industrial relations, management, sales, tourism, administration, public service, and community work.
The School of Arts & Communication offers minors in Communication, History, Humanities-Pelaw, Literature, Music and Textiles. The module traces the history of community arts and provides practical exercises on workshop skills to develop an understanding of the role of music technology in the local community.