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Broadcast Media Studies

Bachelor of Communication (BCMM)

4 years

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Program highlights

Work placement opportunity

Work experience — gain work experience in your field before even graduating

Only one of its kind in Western Canada — the only 4-year bachelor degree program for broadcast students in Western Canada

Hands-on learning — modern lab environment, fully-equipped TV studio and in-house radio station for hands-on learning

International opportunities — take part in an international field school or exchange program


Broadcasters are known for their strong communication abilities and expertise in digital storytelling for television, radio, social media and online. Develop your technical skills and theoretical understanding to produce professional and engaging audio and video content for a variety of audiences. Take advantage of state-of-the-art video and audio production facilities, and an online radio station while learning to write and produce commercials, news, documentaries, podcasts, advertising, short films, corporate videos and reality television.

Career possibilities

  • On-air host/anchor
  • Current affairs/news reporter
  • Independent filmmaker
  • Podcast/radio producer, director, host or editor
  • Social media coordinator
  • YouTube producer/personality
  • Live production producer, director or crew
  • Video shooter, producer, director or editor

Admission requirements and costs

Curriculum and courses


Information about program offerings, admission requirements and the application process can be answered by an admissions and recruitment specialist.

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School of Communication Studies

Mount Royal is pleased to offer four Bachelor of Communication degrees, including majors in Broadcast Media Studies, Information Design, Journalism and Digital Media and Public Relations.

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