On-Campus Delivery Model
The on-campus delivery model of the MA in Intercultural and International Communication program has been popular with students looking to continue their education after earning their bachelor degree, and want to pursue a career in intercultural communication.
Students in the on-campus program have the option to complete the program in 18 months with a course-based option, or an internship. Both options emphasize the importance of experiential learning and students will develop a broad range of communication skills while learning to work effectively with individuals from other cultures, regions and ideologies.
- Intercultural Theory and Practice
- Global Communication
- Media Relations in a Global Context
- Public Culture
- Strategic Communication
- International Relations & Public Diplomacy
- Social Marketing*
- Communication for Development and Social Change
- Research in Communication Studies
- Advanced Research Methods
- Sport for Society*
- Communication for Health and Well Being*
- Sustainable Tourism Management
- Research Paper
- Organizational Communication and Culture
- Contemporary Issues in Communication
* Pending Approval
There are short breaks between terms and courses. Although it is not required, students can to look for on-campus or off-campus jobs and projects to help them gain work experience. Full-time international students who qualify are eligible to work off-campus for 20 hours a week once they start their program and full-time during breaks in study. For further information, visit the Immigration Canada website.
- Course based option - students take two more courses on top of the nine required courses. Students are expected to be on-campus during the regular course session.
- Internship option – Students take nine required courses and the internship. The layout is three terms of courses, the internship, followed by another term of courses.