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The Department of Communication Studies offers a range of programs spanning Arts, Sciences, Professional and Graduate studies.The ongoing evolution of our programs strives to build on expertise in public relations while also reflecting a broader definition of communication.
This ensures that our learning environment keeps pace with a dynamic and complex global landscape.

Bachelor of Public Relations

Inspired by a desire for public relations excellence, students will explore various theoretical perspectives to gain confidence and understanding of public relations as a practice focused on the ethical and strategic management of relationships.

Bachelor of Arts (Communication)

This program is designed to meet the needs of students interested in an undergraduate degree in Communication, grounded on a foundation
of communication and media theory, research and ethics.

Master of Public Relations / Master of Arts (Communication)

You can choose from two Master's degree programs that will help you to become a scholar, a teacher, or a highly-qualified professional
with leadership potential. Master of Public Relations students complete 10 classes, the last of which is a project seminar course, while MA (Communication) students complete 8 classes and a thesis.

*Minor in Science Communication *NEW*

*Minor in Communication *NEW*

*Minor in Communication Technology


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tudent / Alumni Opportunities (volunteer / salary positions)
To share opportunities with our students or alumni, please email the details to msvu.ca.
Be sure to include the position description, application deadline and contact information.

Connect with us
Telephone: 902.457.6490 | Email: msvu.ca
MSVU Department of Communication Studies | McCain Building, Room 305
Facebook: MSVU Communication Studies