Communications and Media

Explore and analyze the theories behind television programs, movies and popular music

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Communications & Media

Careers as Communications Advisors, Editorial Writers, Media Assistants, Media Producers, Public Relations Advisors, Reporters and Script Writers as well as pursuing graduate studies. 

Major Options

Bachelor of Arts - Communications & Media Advanced Major (4 yrs.)
Bachelor of Arts - Communications & Media Honors Major (4 yrs.)
Bachelor of Arts - Communications & Media Major (3 yrs.)
Minor in Communications & Media (Combine with any Major)

Major Summary

The program includes introductory courses in Communications Theory and the world of Visual Communications, as well as courses focusing on the various media: Television, Film, Photography, Print and Radio. Writing for the Media and Speaking in Public will give students a foundation upon which to build practical skills.

Communications and Media at Providence is about media literacy as a foundation for further work in the field of media and communication. Understanding the media is integral to creating meaningful media. This program prepares students for employment in areas such as Canadian main stream media, government policy creation, or for further studies either in media production or in Communications and Media Studies at a graduate level.

Communications and Media

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Otterburne, Manitoba, Canada, R0A 1G0
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