The Master of Arts in Intercultural and International Communication program at Royal Roads University will prepare you for a career that requires the knowledge, skills, and applied approaches to problem solving global communication issues. Our graduates are working at national and international levels in the public and non-profit/Non-Government Organizations (NGOs) sectors. MAIIC graduates lead and support organisations to develop creative communication activities in the growing intercultural and international contexts.
The potential fields of practice for graduates are varied, and include:
- Communications officers for government and non-government institutions;
- Communications directors for corporations and marketing organizations;
- Professional writers of newsletters, trade publications, journals, instructional manuals, political speeches;
- Organizational development and training consultants;
- Human resources training and development specialists;
- Editors, freelance or for in-house publications or correspondence;
- Publishers of print or online journals, magazines;
- Teachers of communication skills courses at community colleges;
- Media consultants, correspondents, or journalists;
- Public relations officers;
- Marketing managers and advertisers;
- Administrative assistants for information-based production credits,
- Development communication consultants to foreign assistance funded projects.
To learn more communication career options, skills and useful organizations visit our careers page.