An undergraduate degree in media and communications is a stepping stone to a wide variety of career and educational paths. Students enrolled in this program expand their knowledge and interests in writing, mass media, journalism, advertising, public relations and communications, and design technology. Methods of communication in contemporary society are examined against the advancing technology of media outlets and the Internet. Increasingly, the gathering, analysis, interpretation, storing, and presentation of information are influencing decision-making in political, economic, and cultural realms. Students are taught both theoretical and practical skills in media and communications including the development and evolution of the media, mass media roles in democratic society, legal and ethical responsibilities of media, media as business, and written and oral skills.
University Canada West allows you to transfer credits from a recognized Media or Communications diploma toward your Bachelor of Arts. By applying your college credits to your degree, you’ll graduate with a bachelor’s degree even faster.
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