The Master of Communication focuses on two fields of research: media studies and organizational communication.
The media studies field examines the content and the modes of operation of traditional and emerging media in their social, cultural, economic, political, and regulatory contexts.
Some of the main courses that students will study in this program are:
Contemporary Communication Issues
Social History of Communication Technologies
Diversity in the Workplace: Communication Challenges
The Department of Communication, in collaboration with the University of Ottawa’s Co-op office, offers a co-op option to a limited number of students in the MC program. Students must request this option in their admission file.
The co-op option provides the opportunity to acquire practical work experience by completing two one-term paid work placements.
The department is one of the participating units in the collaborative program in Science, Society, and Policy.
The student to faculty ratio is 19:1 which bridges the gap between faculty and students.
Career positions may include:
College Alumni and Development Officers
Social Media Manager
Human Resources Specialist
Business Reporter, etc with an average salary of 76,475 USD per year.
Degree Type Offered
$ 21,964 for 1 year
Fall (Deadline - Jan 15)
Faculty of Graduate & Postdoctoral Studies, University of Ottawa
For CGPA, Students have to submit/ request official transcripts from the university where they completed/ are completed their degree.
Must write a letter of intent and submit a resume.
Need to have maintained a CGPA of at least 7.7/10 to be invited for an interview.
Students must hold an honors bachelor’s degree (4 years) with an average of 70%.
Students applying to the clinical program will be required to attend an interview with clinical faculty prior to being accepted for admission.
English Language proficiency:
Applicants from India, China, Vietnam, Philippines, and Pakistan should note that IELTS is the only proficiency score accepted by the Study Direct Stream (SDS) program.
Meeting the minimum English requirements does not guarantee admission. Students with higher English proficiency scores will receive priority in the admission assessment process.
Not all students will qualify for EAP-3106 in place of the required IELTS or TOEFL test scores.
The above requirements are the minimum requirements and do not guarantee admission. The admissions committee will consider all evidence in the file and decide. To know more about the requirem….Read More
Required Document List
The Documents required are:
Higher Secondary School Certificate - The marks statement provided by the education board after completion of the higher secondary education.
Financial Documentation - The Proof that shows the financial background of the student.
Letter of Recommendation - This shows who recommended the student to pursue the degree.
Statement of Purpose - This is an essay or any written statement written by the student while applying.
Resume/CV - This provides a summary of the experience and skills of the student.
English Language Requirement Scores like TOEFL, IELTS,..etc.