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Communications and Media

Enhance Your Media Literacy and Build a Skill Set in Communications

Media literacy – the ability to access and evaluate the information you consume – is a vital study area in this age of “post-truth.” Providence will give you the edge as a critical consumer of media and one who can learn to create media that will ultimately change the world. Communications and Media graduates are provided a well-rounded understanding of media industries and draw on the considerable experience and expertise of faculty.

 

Information Sessions

Join us on one of our information sessions to hear more about the program, application/admission process and what makes Providence a unique place for you to get your university education. You can find upcoming sessions here (under University College Sessions).

 

4 Years
Bachelor of Arts
Communications and Media Advanced Major
4 Years
Bachelor of Arts
Communications and Media Honours Major
3 Years
Bachelor of Arts
Communications and Media Major
Combine with any Major
Minor
Communications and Media

For Entrance into the Communications and Media program

For entry to the Communications and Media major, Advanced or Honours major the prerequisite is a grade of "C" or better in 431.11 Introduction to Communications and Media or 432.13 Visual Communication. For students who have taken additional courses toward the major, a minimum GPA of 2.00 is required on all courses, excluding failed courses.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Please look to the Academic Calendar for full information and course lists. If there are discrepancies between the information listed here and in the Academic Calendar, the Academic Calendar is definitive.

  • Writing for the Media
  • Visual Communication
  • Principles of Journalism
  • Speaking in Public
  • Media and Society
  • Television
  • Topics in Pop Culture
  • Photography
  • Media in Crisis: Radio and Print

Graduates build careers in journalism, videography, marketing and corporate communications. Others pursue graduate studies.