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Canada Communication Studies University Programs

Browse through the list of Canadian Communication Studies bachelor, masters, and doctorate courses, programs and degrees offered by universities in Canada.

What is Communication Studies?

Communication Studies (sometimes known as Media Studies or Mass Communication) is an interdisciplinary program that investigates the role of various forms of communication in contemporary global culture.


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Communication Studies Admission Requirements
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About Communication Studies


Communication studies programs are similar to other interdisciplinary programs in that they form the basis for further study, professional programs or careers where a broad base of knowledge and experience is preferred. They are closely tied to programs such as public relations, marketing, and film and video, and share points in common with multimedia, internet and web, philosophy, journalism, political science, sociology, linguistics and anthropology programs.


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