Curriculum & Courses

Curriculum & Courses

 

For full course descriptions, use the online Academic Calendar.

Below is the list of courses required to complete the Bachelor of Communication - Broadcast Media Studies major.

 

Curriculum

  • BMST 1401 - Digital Audio Production
  • BMST 1402 - Writing for Digital Audio
  • BMST 1404 - Digital Video Production
  • BMST 1405 - Writing for Digital Video
  • BMST 2400 - Broadcast Media Law and Ethics
  • BMST 2401 - Digital News Gathering
  • BMST 2402 - Media Marketing and Advertising
  • BMST 2404 - Digital Advertising Production
  • BMST 2405 - Broadcast Presentation
  • BMST 3401 - Media and Inclusion
  • BMST 3403 - Multimedia Content Production
  • BMST 3404 - Advanced Storytelling
  • BMST 3405 - Multimedia Content Management
  • BMST 4401 - Independent Media Project I
  • BMST 4402 - Media Governance and Industry
  • BMST 4403 - Media Entrepreneurship
  • BMST 4404 - Case Studies in Media and Society
  • BMST 4405 - Independent Media Project II
  • COMM 2500 - Introduction to Communication Studies
  • COMM 2501 - Media History and Contemporary Issues
  • COMM 3500 - Media, Culture and Communication Theory
  • COMM 4501 - Roles and Practices in Contemporary Communications
  • JOUR 3737 - Research Design and Methodology
  • MATH 1103 - Introduction to Statistical Reasoning


Zero-credit program elements

  • BMST 4490 - Broadcast Workplace Preparation Seminar *
  • BMST 4491 - Broadcast Media Work Experience *

*All courses are three credits except zero-credit courses COMM 4490 and 4491


Electives

  • Six Electives


General Education Requirements

Ten courses must be completed to meet the General Education requirements to graduate with a Bachelor of Communication - Broadcast Media Studies.

  1. Four courses will be taken at the foundation level: one from each of the four thematic cluster areas.
  2. Three courses will be taken at the second tier: no more than one from a given thematic cluster. One of these courses must be from the Numeracy and Scientific Literacy cluster.
  3. Three courses must be taken at the third tier, selected from at least two of the thematic clusters.