- A graduate degree which can be completed in a minimum of two years
- A program designed for working professionals who manage communications issues and practices in technology-enabled organizations
- A graduate degree delivered through a combination of online and classroom courses making it possible to live and work outside the Edmonton region, with only two 3 week face-to-face residencies.
The Master of Arts in Communications and Technology is offered by one of Canada’s premier research universities and has attracted communication professionals from the world’s leading organizations, including the United Nations, the Government of Canada, and Microsoft Corporation. Our students and graduates reside and work across Canada, the United States and around the world.
Communication is examined across all contexts in the program: interpersonal, small group, public speaking, organizational, mass, and intercultural. The competencies to be achieved by graduates include the following:
- Theory and its application to practice
- Knowledge and its use in problem solving
- Critical thinking as the foundation for leadership skills
- Research as the basis for innovation