Carleton’s master’s degree in communications analyzes critical questions that shape our communication, media and information flow in today’s complex society.
We are uniquely positioned in the nation’s capital to give you ready access to key national cultural institutions such as the Museum of Civilization or the Canadian War Museum, to policy players such as the CRTC or the Canadian Association of Internet Providers, to the political communications arena including members of Parliament, the federal public service, and a large NGO community. Every media and cultural industry has an office in Ottawa. Career opportunities can be just down the road.
Faculty Research Highlights
- Political economy
- Media history
- Cultural policy
- Social media
Graduate Supervisor: Chris Russill firstname.lastname@example.org
Fields of Specialization
- Communication/Information Technologies and Society
- Communication and Social Relations
- Communication Policy and Political Economy
- History of Communication and Media Systems