Master's Degree in Journalism and Mass Communication in British Columbia in Canada

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Journalism and Mass Communication

A masters is the first level of graduate coursework and can be obtained after you receive a bachelor’s degree. Earning a masters usually requires two years of full-time study, which amounts to 36 to 54 semester credits.

 

Journalism is a satisfying career that combines the thrill of covering the news story with the satisfaction of a way of life of public duty. Degree programs are composed to provide graduates trained to analyze and figure out the complex events of our times as well as raise journalistic norms in all media.

Canada is the best country to pursue your higher education if you are an interactive person. Almost every ethnic group is represented in Canada thus it's a multicultural society. Language barrier is not an issue to foreign students as Canada is considered the world's leader in language training.

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Master of Digital Media

The Centre for Digital Media - The CDM
Campus Full time 1 year September 2019 Canada Vancouver

The Master of Digital Media program is an internationally recognized, research-informed, and industry relevant professional master. [+]

The Master of Digital Media program is an internationally recognized, research-informed, and industry relevant professional master's program.

What is common between a weather app on your phone, a racing game on your console and a state-of-the-art imaging tool in a hospital? All of these are digital media products, and to build them requires teams of digital media professionals.

Digital media is content that is stored in digital formats and usually distributed online. The world we live in today is populated by digital media products, and the shift from traditional media has taken place in many industries, including industries that aren’t typically associated with digital media—such as health, government and education.... [-]