Communication from University of Ottawa examines the content and the modes of operation of traditional and emerging media in their social, cultural, economic, political and regulatory contexts.
Students at Communication from University of Ottawa will develop the following skills:
- Evaluate critically the theories, concepts and assumptions underlying media studies or organizational communication with particular attention to their chosen research interest.
- Demonstrate an ability to identify and work with the varying epistemological traditions developed by French-speaking and English-speaking scholars in communication studies.
- Contribute to the development of skills, theories, approaches, and materials for both academics and professionals.
- Analyze data and communicate research results to diverse audiences, including scholars, policymakers, and professionals in communication studies.
Programme StructureCourses include:
- Contemporary Communication Issues
- Social History Of Communication Technologies
- Communication Ethics
- Public Communication Campaigns: Theories And Applications
- Diversity In The Workplace: Communication Challenges
- Organizational Communication Theories
- Theories And Effects Of The Media
- Health Communication Theories
- Communication Management
- Virtual Work Teams
- Communication, Globalization And Change
- Government Communication
- Risk And Crisis Communication
- 16 months
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DisciplinesCorporate Communication Media Studies & Mass Media Digital Communication View 59 other Masters in Media Studies & Mass Media in Canada
- An honours bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) with a specialization or major in Communication or a related discipline.
- An honours bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) in another discipline, with a minor in Communication and two or more years of relevant experience.
- An honours bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) in another discipline, with three or more years of relevant experience.
- A minimum overall average of 70% (B), calculated in accordance with graduate studies guidelines.
- All applicants must be able to understand, speak, and write proficiently either English or French.
- 2 Recommendation letters
- English Proficiency
- Resume (must include chronological academic history)
- Letter of intent outlining your research interests and the reasons for applying for admission.
International4912 CAD/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 2456 CAD per semester during 16 months.
National4912 CAD/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 2456 CAD per semester during 16 months.
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